Born as a metzist-leonidist party aimed to conquer power through an armed revolution, after the Masci's secretariat, the PCI reformed itself until becoming a democratic socialist party with a revolutionary presence of minorance. The Communist Party of Istalia proclames itself as the leading party of all workers, with the objective to conquer growing rights for the lower classes in the country.
The Communist Party of Istalia governs the region of Silicia (the region where the party has its base and where it has many times won) and Sarregna.
During the Masci's secretary the PCI governed between 4338 and 4342 with the Cabinet Bellinguer, and between 4369 and 4373 under the secretariat Revara in the omonimous cabinet. Revara led again the country between 4380 and 4387.
Secretaries and ideology Edit
Masci secretariat (4334-48) EditAntonio Masci (4273-4355) founded and led the party for fourteen years until 4348. Born with revolutionary and totalitarian ambitions, Masci rapidly met a large consent from the population, which led the party to gain the 19% share of votes during the first elections it parteciped; this great result forced the PCI to a collaboration with other leftist parties, bringing to the born of the Cabinet Bellinguer (4338-42) which reformed many parameters of the istalian society, most of all in social and monetary issues, for example with the reduction of the retirement age from 69 to 63.
Bellinguer secretariat (4348-67) EditThe Communist Party's envolvement in a coalition government led Masci to reconcile with democratic values: in 4348, when he felt too old to continue the guide of the party, he officially indicated Endrigo Bellinguer (4292-4376) as his natural follower, who was elected by the Central committee with acclamation. In facts, during the Bellinguer's secretariat the Party's Statuto was changed erasing every appeal to the Proletarian dictatorship or to any form of violent revolution. Since these years, the PCI applied for several times to be accepted from larger slices of the Istalian population as a democratic force wich, beside this, still continues to fight for the rights of the last.During this period, Istalia grew under a long center-right season of governments, denying to the PCI the opportunity to lead again the country under the Bellinguer's name, which, anyway, managed to conquer a large consent among trasversal zones of population, affirming the new democratic values in the party without offend the Masci's memory.
After the official passage from the metzist-leonidist beliefs to the leonidist ones, the opposition inside the party (totalitarians and trozzisks) united under an unique organization led by metzist-leonidist Marco Pizzo (4331-).
Revara secretariat (4367-84) Edit
Ernesto Revara defined himself as a "democratic leonidist" and an "istalian communist", following the line traced by Bellinguer; many the critics done by Revara against any form of dictatorship all over Terra. Anyway, Revara never denied the classist ideological spread which could led to a majority of communists during elections, which would bring to a socialist society without any form violence.
Revara's cabinet I (4368-73) Edit
Facing his old age, Bellinguer passed his will to Ernesto Revara (4320-4391) who was elected in 4367 as new party secretary, the younger ever elected until that day and the first to be at the same time head of government and communist leader. In facts, just one year after his appointment, the PCI won the 4368 elections giving to the country the first communist head of state: Fidelio Casto (4302-4374), a moderate figure in the socialist and syndacalist movement who incited Revara to complete the democratization of the party began by Bellinguer. The Revara cabinet acted in a completely democratic respect of the institutions, even including a centrist party in the coalition (Partito Repubblicano), with major conquers in the re-institution of a progressive income tax and a substantial growing of the state spending on welfare and infrastructural matters.
At the opposition (4373-75) Edit
After the lost of the elections following the Revara government, the internal opposition led by Marco PIzzo grew constricting the party to indice his first Primary elections in 4373; after this consultation within the communist electorate, the Party's Central Committee registered an unexpected grow on the revolutionary forces which strive to a new affirmation of the metzist-leonidist and mascist ideals inside the party.
In 4374, while the right wing government was facing a crysis, the Revara secretery proposed four law proposals which were accepted by the parliament. This was seen as a great victory for the communists, who succeeded to centralize vital matters as instruction and environment protections; the istalian government was forced to finance high school, universites and pre-school institutions all over the country, along with new expenses to maintain nationally forests and public parks. 
Support at the Samara cabinet (4375-76) Edit
After the collapse of the centre-right government due to the retirement of Partito dell'Unità Popolare, President el-saladin asked the Communist Party to join a centre-left coalition of government. Revara accepted the offer of five ministries while the leadership of the executive went to Rania Samara of the PuP. The most relevant operation in this year of government was the giant discovery that the ministry of justice, in the person of the communist Luigi Lungo, made about lobbist groups related to the neo-fascist organization Istalia Bianca and to a pedophilia ring which funded the majority of the Alternativa Istaliana (a major nationalist party) political campaign back in 4368.  The scandal led to the dissolution of AI, pushing some of his reformist parlamentaries in the wing of the PCI.
Revara's cabinet II (4380-84) Edit
After the XXIth Communist Congress happened in 4378, the Revara leonidist line gained a more consistent support inside the party, leaving in minorance the maximalist positions of Marco Pizzo. The following year, every leftist force of the country gave the support for the election of President Sandro Pettini (4307-) at Head of State. After the large victory of Pettini, the Liberal Democracts attacked the communists defining them as "authoritarian" or, even more, "totalitarian"; this harsh political conflict led the President to ask the formation of a Gran coalition cabinet with the external support of Republican Party. Revara welcomed the Pettini's proposals, remembering the great collaboration with PRI during his past government. Anyway, after weeks of discussion, the republicans refused the Pettini's offer - instead of the Internal ministry the republicans claimed to lead the country - so the President put to vote a Majority government formed by every leftist force in Istalia: PCI, Istalia for Everyone, Democratic Front and Radical Alliance. Revara was chose again to lead the executive.
The communist secretary had in mind a following of the plans began during his former government: the previous enhancement of the income tax gave huge funds to the country, meeting the approvement of the istalian population which benefited from the enhanced welfare measures; registered this support, Revara proposed even higher rates for the richer slices of population, in a way to further enlarge the public sector. Indeed, Revara immediately proposed a plan to institute a large public healthcare sector, with free pharmaceutical drugs for people of low income, and an instruction reform which gave more funds to public schooling and full subsidies to poorer students. During the first months of government, Angona in Mezzodiurno was hit by an harsh earthquake of 6,8 magnitude, which led Revara to create an exceptional plan of public housing to assist the thousand of people who lost any shelter. The left coalition strongly supported the actions of the Prime minister, who imposed his measures to adress the earthquake with several votes of confidence in the parliament.
The crysis (4383-84) Edit
After their government, the communists waited for a new affirmation through the elections. Instead, the istalian population gave to the PCI their two worst results ever: during the 4383 and the 4384 general elections only five italians on a hundred chose the communists as their representative party. This political earthquake led to the Revara's dimissions as general secretary, bringing to the primaries which elected the metzist-leonidist Marco Pizzo as leader of the Communist Party. The democratic reforms of Revara met here their end.
Pizzo secretariat (4384-91) Edit
After his election, Marco Pizzo stopped every pursude of the Communist Party towards democracy. Insipired by the metzist-leonidist teachings of Antonio Masci, he denied every future change of the party in a reformist way. The new PCI defined again itself has revolutionary and bagan an harsh opposition to the Thallers who emerged as leading force in the country.
Electoral surprise and XIVth Congress (4388-90) Edit
After years of radicalization inside the party, the communists started to gain new consenses majorly inside the working class area, meeting some disapproval from the intellectual class inside the country, which strongly supported the PCI since its founding. At the 4388 anticiped elections, by the way, the communists gained a huge consent between the istalians: near the 30% of them chose the communists to lead again the country, a result never registered before in the contemporary era. Pizzo, faithful to his anti-parlamentarist line, started an harsh discussion with former secretary Revara and the democratic-socialist area, leading the party to work toward a communist government with small concessions to the smaller parties in the coalition. In the same year happened the XIVth Communist Congress, which should've have led to the re-affirmation of the metzist-leonidist and revolutionary values inside the Statuto and dirigence. Instead, it registered just the change of the Pizzo current from "Revolutionaries" to "Metzist-leonidist", because of the strong election results and the will of the militancy to lead a new government. Seen this critical moment for his secretariat, Pizzo candidated Roberto Hoxha (4329 -) as new Head of government, a figure of compromission between the two main souls inside the party.
The Revara kidnapping and Romula attempt (4390-91) Edit
On the 7th of November of 4390 ex secretary Ernesto Revara was kidnapped by the Red Brigate, a terrorist organization linked to the extreme wings of the "red thallerists". With a flyer, the communist kidnappers motivated their act to attack the moderate positions of the PCI, with Revara placing an important role in its democratization. Pizzo, who was harshly attacked by the brigatists for its compromises with the democratic faction inside his party, was largely seen as responsible of the radicalization inside the country. With the communist militancy claiming for a strong reaction of the party against the terrorists and with the following of the investigations, on the 20th of April of 4391 a bomb attempt in Romula caused five casualties. The Red Brigate new claim pushed a stronger earthquake inside the democratic-communist movement, leading to the Pizzo's resignment ten days later, on the 30th of April.
Hoxha secretariat (4391 -) Edit
Revara's death (4391) Edit
Appointed on the Workers' Holiday (1th of May), Roberto Hoxha was the first communist secretary to be assigned both without a congress or a primary election. The communist base strongly called his name, due to his views of compromise between the metzist-leonidist area and the democratic one inside the party. During his first months of secretariat, Hoxha publically helped the investigations to find Revara in the most short time possible, even if with the pass of month the hopes became always less stronger. On the 30th of October 4391 the Revara corpse was found near the Romula's communist section. Hoxha, in a famous speech, declared the born of a new era inside the Communist Party, right in the moment when its biggest exponent was brutally killed.
National and local governments Edit
National governments Edit
- Cabinet Bellinguer (4338-42), led by the PCI
- Cabinet Revara (4369-73), led by the PCi
- Cabinet Samara (4375-76), led by the United People's Party. The PCI had seven ministries (Internal, Defence, Justice, Infrastructure, Health, Agriculture and Environment)
- Cabinet Revara II (4380-84), led by the PCI
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