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Military intervention against ISIL[edit]

Posso chiederti perché hai riaggiunto un presunto coinvolgimento dell'Italia contro l'ISIS in Libia e Afghanistan? Nell'articolo era menzionata un'attività di sorveglianza dell'Italia nei confronti dell'ISIS in Libia, ma l'ho rimossa perché priva di fonti, e non mi risulta proprio che l'Italia abbia collaborato con il governo di Tobruk o con l'Egitto contro l'ISIS. Quanto all'Afghanistan, l'Italia è presente con una missione "no combat" di sostegno al governo afghano, che combatte principalmente contro i Taliban e solo marginalmente contro l'ISIS. La missione è la prosecuzione di ISAF, che non è certo nata per contrastare l'ISIS. Quindi, presentare la presenza italiana in Afghanistan come diretta contro l'ISIS è fuorviante (ed è tutt'al più "military aid"). Nykterinos (talk) 15:20, 4 January 2016 (UTC)

@Nykterinos: Guarda indubbiamente sei più informato di me, non che io me ne intenda molto di operazioni militari. Comunque riguardo all'Afghanistan reputavano che ora come ora, dopo la "fine" della guerra, la presenza dei militari italiani non fosse poi molto diversa da quella degli americani. Errore mio, chiedo scusa :) -- Nick.mon (talk) 18:55, 4 January 2016 (UTC)
Figurati, poteva essermi sfuggito qualcosa. In Afghanistan, gli americani, a differenza degli alleati, continuano a bombardare, sia i Taliban (avrai sentito dell'ospedale di Kunduz), sia al-Qaeda. Contro l'ISIS l'articolo cita solo un attacco americano in luglio, e in effetti mi sembra poco per poter parlare di "intervento militare americano contro l'ISIS", ma quell'articolo è un po' un calderone di qualsiasi cosa. Allora per l'Italia cancello. Alla prossima! Nykterinos (talk) 20:43, 4 January 2016 (UTC)
@Nykterinos: Si, avevo sentito dell'incidente all'ospedale di Kunduz, ma non credevo intervenissero direttamente contro l'ISIS, mentre l'Italia e gli altri alleati rimasti no. Comunque si, quell'articolo non è molto chiaro, c'è un po' di tutto... Buona giornata! -- Nick.mon (talk) 09:17, 5 January 2016 (UTC)

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Italian constitutional referendum, 2016[edit]

Hi, I just want to first thank you for having written a really good article on the the referendum to reform the Italian Senate, and for updating it frequently with poll results. It gives a great summary of all the issues and positions of different parties really well.

I just wanted to pick up on one part of it that may not be entirely correct, but I'm not entirely sure. You state in the article that "the membership of the Senate would be changed, with regional representatives appointed in a manner virtually identical to Germany's Bundesrat". The reason I'm not sure about is because the Bundesrat is really weird and unique (basically there are no permanent representatives and the Minister-President of each state appoints one person who casts all the votes of that state by themselves), and when I last read about these reforms it implied that senators would be indirectly elected by the regional parliaments, more akin to the Fedreal Council of Austria (it was a few comments by someone on https://fruitsandvotes.wordpress.com/ (because I'm that sort of person who reads a blog on electoral systems and constitutions...)).

I've been trying to find a source that explains how the Senators would be appointed and how many would be appointed to each region, but I've had little success so far (my French is good, but my Italian is pretty basic), and I was wondering if you'd be able to find a source that could clarify this?

Otherwise, fantastic article, and I'm really glad you wrote it so I can follow the polling over the next few months MoreofaGlorifiedPond,Really... (talk) 14:52, 4 March 2016 (UTC)

@MoreofaGlorifiedPond,Really...: Thank you very much for these kind words :) Anyway the process of Senators' appointment is quite complicated, in fact here in Italy, we aren't satisfied if we don't complicate everything.
You are probably right when you said that the best example isn't the Bundesrat, in fact of the 100 Senators, 74 will be appointed by Regional Councils. In the electoral package there will be a list with the name of councilors that are candidated to become Senators. Moreover there will be 21 mayors of main cities and 5 members appointed by the President of Italy, who remain in office for seven years.
Here there are some sources: this one in Italian (which is more complete) and this one in English. I hope they will be useful, good evening! -- Nick.mon (talk) 19:11, 4 March 2016 (UTC)

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