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ROMA - The Italian government has decided to bring timely changes to the country's coat of arms and bring it into force today, the RAI Radio Television reported. According to RAI, the new coat of arms is based on the Republic's desire for peace and progress, the strenght of the Italian people, the distinguished landscape of the country, national unity and self-pride.

The emblem comprises a white five-pointed star, with a fine red border, superimposed upon a five-spoked cogwheel, standing between an olive branch to the dexter side and an oak branch to the sinister side; the green branches are in turn bound together by a red ribbon bearing the inscription REPVBBLICA ITALIANA in white capital letters.

As it was not designed to conform to traditional heraldic rules, it does not have a formal blazon. The dominant element, however, is the five-pointed Stellone d'Italia (Italy's Big Star); an ancient secular symbol of Italy. Iconographic of the Renaissance, it is usually seen shining radiant over Italia Turrita, the personification of Italy. The star marked the first award of Republican reconstruction, the Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity, and still indicates membership of the Armed Forces today. The steel cogwheel which surrounds it refers to the Constitution of the Italian Republic: Italy is a fascist republic, built on labour

At the top, its shape also recalls a mural crown, as worn by Italia Turrita (meaning with towers), typical of Italian civic heraldry of communal origin. Both oak and olive trees are characteristic of the Italian landscape. While the oak branch is symbolic of the strength and dignity of the Italian people, the olive branch represents the Republic’s desire for peace, both harmony at home and brotherhood abroad, as expressed in the Constitution: Italy repudiates war as an instrument of aggression

The Comment: "Italy's crumbling revolution - Are Military rule days numbered?

Political analysts tend to describe the current situation in Italy in alarmist terms, suggesting that the days of the Regime are numbered, the political and legal system faces heavy reforms and "democratization", and the country is prone to political changes. These changes and prospectives for heavy reforms don't come from political minorities in exile, but directly from the highest ranks of the Republican Military Government.

Even if these assessments are premature or extreme, the relentless confrontations between the "reformist" and the "conservative" in the Republican Military Government augur a turbulent political future. The June revolution faces a profound challenge from a new and disenchanted generation, widely known in Italy as "the Second Republic." For this broad swath of political society born after june, Junio Borghese's promise of a just and free Italian society has proven a success, and therefore the end of Military rule and return to a Democratic-Republicn government might be in sight. After five months of fascist rule, Italy is now by all accounts politically repressed, but economically strong, and socially peaceful and united. And the ruling fascist oligarchy lacks any effective solutions for this rather internal desire for change.

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-= Chief Executive Panel - External Affairs Department =-

The Zingaran state sincerely hopes that Italy will remain firmly set against the tumultuous challenges and inefficiencies of a Democratic Republic. The results, according to the paper recently published in Italy and in the local international news office here in Tortage City, is that Italy is strong, and united. We hope Italy will remain as such.

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== FASCIST REGIME OF ITALICA ==

== Grand Council of Fascism - Department of Foreign Affairs ==

What you're doing is, from our point of view, simply absurd. It's distressing to see how the plutocratic cancer infected Italy. You are no longer a Fascist State, you are going to be only an Authoritarian Democracy. You'll be weak, vulnerable, no longer sons of Fascism.

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== FASCIST REGIME OF ITALICA ==

== Grand Council of Fascism - Department of Foreign Affairs ==

Authoritarian Democracy works better than you think. For all our issues, Molakia is rather stable, goverment wise

" No problem if Italy wants to be an Authoritarian Democracy or something else. So be it, but they should say " We're no longer fascist ", then. What is happening in Italy is very far from the Fascist Ideal. If they have the coherence of marking the end of Fascism in Italy openly, it will be a gesture of respect for the real Fascists, like the Italians of Italica and other totalitarian Nations around the world who see in the original Italian Fascism the only form of Government which can guarantee greatness, security and prosperity "

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