The Appendix delineates the economic, social, and political picture
that stands behind the events analyzed in this volume. It contains
three sections. The first, which includes Tables A1-A7, presents
historical data regarding the population: gender; age category;
labor-force, examined according to occupations and conflict; births
and marriages; various forms of criminality; important indicators
of the economy and public finance, such as domestic product and
debt. The second section is dedicated to the various electoral contests
that occurred during the year; regional, provincial, communal,
and referenda. Tables B1-B5 contain absolute numbers of votes
and the percentages obtained by the political parties in the regional
elections and the composition of the electoral coalitions in the
regions. Tables B6-B8 report the data on turnout for mayoral elections
as well as for contests for control of the capital seats of communes.
Tables B9 and B10 report the same data for elections for
provincial presidents. Finally, B11 presents the results of referenda.
The last section is dedicated to institutional data: Table C1 includes
the ministers in the Amato government.
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