ITALY: Evviva Savoia!

The fight for electoral " reform" has taken a curious aspect: In the North the powerful Popular Party (Catholic) and in the South a royalist movement are the rallying points for the opposition to Mussolini's scheme.

Mussolini wants elections to be held for the whole of Italy, each party to name a list of 350 men, who would become Deputies of the Party that secured the largest vote. The remaining seats (about 200) would be divided proportionately among the other parties.

This would put nomination entirely in the hands of the party leaders...

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