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Lega Nord Toscana

Lega Nord Toscana
Secretary Manuel Vescovi
President Francesco Pellati
Founded 1987
Ideology Federalism
Regionalism
National affiliation Lega Nord
Regional Council of Tuscany
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Website
http://www.naz-toscana.leganord.org/
Politics of Tuscany
Political parties
Elections
Proposed flag of Toscana by Lega Nord Toscana

Lega Nord Toscana (English: Northern League Tuscany, LNT) is a regionalist political party in Tuscany, Italy. Founded in 1987, it has functioned as the "national" (hence, regional) section of Lega Nord in the region since 1991.

Its current leader is Manuel Vescovi.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Popular support 2
  • Leadership 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

The party was founded in 1987 as the Movement for Tuscany (Movimento per la Toscana, MpT). In 1988, under the leadership of Tommaso Fragassi, the party changed name to Tuscan Alliance (Alleanza Toscana, AT).[1][2]

AT participated to the 1989 European Parliament election as part of the coalition Lega Lombarda – Alleanza Nord. In 1989–1990 it took part in the process of federating the Northern regionalist parties, ahead of the regional elections. In February 1991 it merged into Lega Nord (LN), taking the current name, and since then it is the regional section of that party in Tuscany.[1][2]

In the 1992 and 1994 general election Riccardo Fragassi was elected to the Chamber of Deputies (in 1992 along with Gianmarco Mancini),[3] while his father Tommaso resigned from secretary because he rejected the alliance between LN and the centre-right Pole of Freedoms. In 1995, when the alliance was dissolved, R. Fragassi left the party in opposition to that break-up and formed the Tuscan Federalist Alliance instead.[4] He would return into the fold ten years later.[5]

The party's new secretary, MEP.[8] In the 2010 regional election the party won 6.5% of the vote, its best result so far, and entered the Regional Council for the first time, with four councillors.[9]

Despite these electoral results, Morganti's leadership was openly contested by many party members. In April 2011

  • Official website

External links

  1. ^ a b Riccardo Fragassi, Leghismo, Agemina, Sesto Fiorentino 1992
  2. ^ a b c La Storia | Lega Nord Toscana. Naz-toscana2.leganord.org (2013-01-24). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  3. ^ (Italian) Gianmarco Mancini / Deputati / Camera dei deputati - Portale storico. Storia.camera.it (1994-04-14). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  4. ^ Avanti Po: la Lega Nord alla riscossa nelle regioni rosse - Paolo Stefanini - Google Libri. Books.google.com. Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  5. ^ (Italian) Per l'Europa dei popoli - V Congresso Federale della Lega Nord (1ª giornata). RadioRadicale.it (2012-06-30). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  6. ^ Camera dei Deputati - XIII legislatura - Deputati - La scheda personale. Leg13.camera.it. Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  7. ^ http://www.toscanalibertaria.org/cammino/2003-12-03-vincenzo-soldati.html
  8. ^ http://www.europarl.europa.eu/members/expert/groupAndCountry/view.do;jsessionid=98DFA32AC0C2B128300CF06468190DA3.node1?language=EN&partNumber=1&country=IT&id=97280
  9. ^ Regione Toscana: Elezioni 2010. Elezioni2010.regione.toscana.it. Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  10. ^ Emorragia nel Carroccio la Lega perde pezzi in Regione - Firenze - Repubblica.it. Firenze.repubblica.it (2011-04-19). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  11. ^ Clamoroso: il consigliere regionale avv. Dario Locci di Sansepolcro, lascia la Lega Nord | Archivio del Fendente. Fendente3.wordpress.com (2011-04-21). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  12. ^ (Italian) Morganti se ne va: 'Troppe correnti sta arrivando un commissario' - La Repubblica. Ricerca.repubblica.it (2011-09-22). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  13. ^ http://www.iltoscano.org/lega-nord-toscana-arrivato-il-commissario-giovanni-fava
  14. ^ E’ Nata “Identita’ Toscana”, Ora Le Adesioni | L'Indipendenza. Lindipendenza.com (2011-12-22). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  15. ^ Lega Nord cambia nome in Regione è "Più Toscana" - Firenze - Repubblica.it. Firenze.repubblica.it (2012-10-18). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  16. ^ Firenze: la Lega Nord cambia nome in “Più Toscana” | L'Indipendenza. Lindipendenza.com (2011-12-22). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  17. ^ Consiglio regionale della Toscana, Regione Toscana. Consiglio.regione.toscana.it. Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  18. ^ Lega Nord senza più consiglieri in Regione: espulsi Vianna e Lazzeri - La Nazione - Toscana. Lanazione.it. Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  19. ^ Lega: Toscana, in due anni persi tutti e 4 consiglieri regionali - - Libero Quotidiano. Liberoquotidiano.it. Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  20. ^ Morganti espulso dalla Lega Nord: «L’ho saputo da Facebook» - Cronaca - il Tirreno. Iltirreno.gelocal.it (2013-04-16). Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  21. ^ Dipartimento per gli Affari Interni e Territoriali. Elezioni.interno.it. Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  22. ^ [ Calenzano ] La Lega Nord nel suo congresso regionale conferma il segretario Manuel Vescovi di Agliana. gonews.it. Retrieved on 2013-08-24.
  23. ^ http://www.repubblica.it/static/speciale/2015/elezioni/regionali/toscana.html

References

Leadership

1990 regional 1992 general 1994 general 1995 regional 1996 general 1999 European 2000 regional 2001 general 2004 European 2005 regional 2006 general 2008 general 2009 European 2010 regional 2013 general 2014 European 2015 regional
0.8 3.1 2.2 0.7 1.8 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.8 1.3 1.1 2.0 4.3 6.5 0.7 2.6 16.2

The electoral results of Lega Nord Toscana in the region are shown in the table below.

Lega Nord Toscana has been one of the weakest national sections of the federal party and had received only low digits until the 2015 regional election, in which it obtained its best result ever (16.2%). The party was particularly strong in the provinces of Lucca (20.2%), Pisa (19.1%) and Grosseto (18.9%).

Popular support

In the Brothers of Italy, came second with 20.0% of the vote.[23]

In April 2013 the national congress of the party elected Manuel Vescovi as its new national secretary.[22]

[21], during which LNT garnered a mere 0.7% of the vote.2013 general election These internal clashes resulted in a dismal result in the [20]

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