Italy: All important questions and answers at a glance

All info about elections, parties and the current government

Who is currently governing in Italy?

The government cabinet in Italy consists of members of Forza Italia (Centre-right), Lega (Right-wing), Movimento 5 Stelle (Transversal) and Partito Democratico (Centre-left). It is headed by Mario Draghi - the head of state in Italy is Sergio Mattarella.

What are the governing parties in Italy?

In Italy, Forza Italia (Centre-right), Lega (Right-wing), Movimento 5 Stelle (Transversal) and Partito Democratico (Centre-left) form the government.

What are the main parties in Italy?

In addition to the governing Forza Italia (Centre-right), Lega (Right-wing), Movimento 5 Stelle (Transversal) and Partito Democratico (Centre-left), Fratelli d’Italia (Right-wing), A/IV (Liberal politics), AVS (Left-wing), NM (Centre-right), Più Europa (Liberal politics), ScN (Regional interests), IC (Centre-left), SVP (Regional interests), MAIE (Regional interests) and VdA (Regional interests) are represented in parliament as opposition parties. Find more info on all parties HERE.

How often is elected in Italy?

The parliament in Italy is elected for 5 years. The next election is scheduled for 2027.

When is the next election in Italy?

The next parliamentary election in Italy is scheduled to take place in 2027

When was the last election in Italy?

Parliament in Italy was last elected on 25.09.2022. All election results are available HERE.

Wer würde in Italy gewinnen, wenn diesen Sonntag Wahl wäre?

With 26.3%, Fratelli d’Italia (Right-wing) is in the lead according to current polls. In second place comes Partito Democratico (Centre-left) with 18.7%. Complete Polling data with coalition possibilities.

What is the name of the parliament in Italy?

Italys parliament is called "Camera dei deputati".

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