Which hot political issue would you like to see debated?

Hot political issues would be debated in the upcoming general election, with all of Italy’s five regional parties vying for the support of voters.

The biggest political parties are the FDP (Federale Democratica della Repubblica) and the Democratic Party (Diocese of Milan).

Both parties are running candidates for regional elections, and there are several contenders vying for seats in the regional parliament.

The main issue in the election will be on the role of the state and the EU.

In Italy, the main political parties all support the EU, and are currently in negotiations over a new deal with Brussels, but they are not united on any major issues.

In addition, the FDC is also running for president in 2019, but its candidate, Giuseppe Trigli, has expressed his support for the European Union, and has criticized the current political system.

This means that the FDS and FDP could form a majority in the Italian parliament, but it is uncertain whether they will be able to win enough votes to form a coalition government.

The FDS is the main opposition party, with the FED (Federal Democratic Party) as the second party, and the DSP (Democratic Socialists and Workers’ Party) and FCD (Federal Confederation of Socialists) as minor parties.

The DSS and FPD are the two other major parties, and they have been the main parties in Italy since the country was formed in 1861.

Both of them are currently campaigning for the 2018 general election.

What to expect from the election The Italian election is expected to be a hotly contested one, and will take place on the same day as the national election in November 2018.

The first round of the election is scheduled to be held on May 31, 2019, and candidates will be announced on June 1.

The second round of elections is scheduled for June 7-9.

The candidates for the first round will be chosen by an assembly of all 15 regions.

The regions will be split into six regions, and this assembly will elect four seats each.

The final two seats will be decided by a regional council, which will be dominated by FDS representatives.

Each regional assembly will have two deputies, and these two deputies will also serve as the representative of the FDD and the FCD in the region, as well as the representatives of other regional parties.

As part of the negotiations, the Italian state has proposed that regions will have equal representation in the EU institutions, and that there will be no quotas or geographical limits on how many seats a region can hold.

However, the regional parties have rejected these proposals, and argue that the European Commission, the European Parliament, and even the Council of Ministers have an important role in ensuring the rule of law in the country.

How important is the EU?

The EU is one of the main reasons that Italians support the FOD (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees) and DSS (Diocesan Social Services).

The two parties have been in negotiations for a long time, but both have failed to come to an agreement on key issues.

The current negotiations are on the issue of how to address the migration crisis, and it is expected that the negotiations will be concluded by the end of 2020.

The negotiations are also on how to handle the migrant crisis in Italy, as Italy is one that has been hit by a large influx of migrants over the past few years.

As the country has become more European, the country is also becoming more European-minded, and many Italians feel that this is the way forward.

How is the election going to be decided?

In order to determine which of the three main political groups will win the election, voters will be asked to choose between a FDP candidate, a FED candidate, and a DSP candidate.

These candidates will then go head to head in a two-round election.

This will give the FDA (Federal Democrats and Socialist Democrats) a clear majority in parliament, and may lead to a government.

As in all elections in Italy in 2019 and 2020, the final result will be declared on June 30, 2019.

What is the impact of the Brexit vote?

The Brexit vote in the United Kingdom was the largest single political vote in modern Italian history.

It sent shockwaves through the country, as the UK voted to leave the European Community and to withdraw from the EU in two separate referendums in June 2019 and September 2020.

It is expected, however, that the UK will be the country with the largest number of migrants arriving in Italy this year, as they are likely to continue to flow to Italy and the rest of Europe.

The number of asylum seekers and migrants entering Italy from the UK has been on the rise, as asylum seekers have been arriving in the southern Italian island of Lampedusa for the past year.

This has led to a surge in the number of people crossing into Italy,