The aim of this paper is to elucidate that institutional pressures may lead to mechanism of governance and organization within history of Italian parliamentary administrations redesigning the relationship between politicians and administrators. Parliamentary administrations as staff provide support to the organization outside the operating work flow. The use of parliamentary staffs reflects an effort to acquire expertise and professionalism in the legislative branch to counterbalance a perceived advantage within executive agencies. Staff is responsible for providing the parliamentarians with non partisan aide being independent of the executive branch agencies. Parliament may play a decisional behavior on policymaking being aided by a consulting staff able to provide data and information. Ratifying Parliament does not play an active role on policymaking being supported by a registration/execution staff able to perform only administrative task. Mixed models of parliament and administrations may emerge and change over time.
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