Italian Republic

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The Italian Republic usually refers to today's Italy , which was established in 1946 and whose official name is Repubblica Italiana ( German  Italian Republic ). Occasionally, a distinction is made between the First Republic and the Second Republic (since reforms and restructuring of the 1990s, see Tangentopoli or Mani pulite ).

Historically, two short-lived state foundations in northern Italy were also referred to as the Italian Republic :

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