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This paper evaluates Renzi’s constitutional reform programme by assessing it against the main reasons for its failure to be achieved in the past two decades. The first section outlines the scale of those failures against the expectations of the putative reformers of the early 1990s, while at the same time emphasizing the paradox of the scale of change that has nonetheless occurred to in the functioning of the political system in the same period. The subsequent two sections identify two main causes for failure: the intense politicization of the issue and the failure to find an effective process or procedure to carry through the reform. Renzi’s proposed constitutional reforms are then analysed from these perspectives to identify what is different about them and his approach generally. It is argued that Renzi’s programme of reform and its approach does differ to those of his predecessors in ways that increase the possibility of successful achievement, although the outcome remains highly uncertain.
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