Italian president Giorgio Almirante reading a newspaper. Despite being the first president of the post-Fascist era, Almirante could be seen as a continuation of the Fascist-era. Many of the more wide reaching reforms Ciano promised were revoked by Almirante, while Fascist era sociopolitical structures, traditionalist values and corporatist economics were upheld. To this day Italy, while having adapted some democratic reforms, is plagued by corruption, the continuing dominance and evolution of Fascist structures and the powers held by the president to this day allowing him significant influence over Parliament(which lead to some critics calling the Italian president the "Presidential Duce").
OOC: Italy became a Putinist sort of government that whitewashes it's past and looks back to Mussolini fondly. Almirante maintains some sort of authoritarian democracy with fascist tendencies and does not go down the routes I suspect are player traps.