Articles by Nicholas Whithorn

December 6, 2021

The Italian Presidential election is looming – and jockeying for position has begun

Nicholas Whithorn
In January, Italy must elect a new President in a ritual equivalent to a Papal conclave. The likely contenders are already emerging, but, argues Nicholas Whithorn, there are no certainties in this election – especially when there are complications concerning the favourite, Mario Draghi
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Nicholas Whithorn
Lecturer in English Language, Department of Political and Legal Sciences, University of Messina

Nicholas has taught English at the University of Messina for over 30 years.

He also works as a Legal Translator from Italian to English.

His research interests include Italian antimafia legal terminology, the language and terminology of Italian politics, and constitutional terminology.

He tweets @NickWhithorn

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