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Liberal Popular Alliance – Autonomies

Liberal Popular Alliance – Autonomies
Azione Liberal-popolare – Autonomie
Leader Denis Verdini
Founded 28 July 2015
Ideology Centrism
Liberalism
Regionalism
Political position Centre
Chamber of Deputies
7 / 630
Senate
14 / 315
Politics of Italy
Political parties
Elections

The Liberal Popular Alliance – Autonomies (Italian: Alleanza Liberalpopolare – Autonomie, ALA) is a centrist and liberal parliamentary group active in the Senate[1] and a sub-group in the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament.

History

The Liberal Popular Alliance emerged from a split from Forza Italia (FI), led by Denis Verdini, who wanted to support the reforms put forward by the Renzi Cabinet, and was joined by senators coming from different centre-right groups, including Great Autonomies and Freedom (GAL), Conservatives and Reformists (CR) and New Centre-Right (NCD).

The group's president is Lucio Barani, who until then was the leader of the New Italian Socialist Party.[2][3] "Autonomies" is a reference to the presence in the group of two senators of the Movement for the AutonomiesParty of Sicilians.[4]

As of late August, ALA looked set to attract new members, possibly including Sandro Bondi and Manuela Repetti,[5][6] and Verdini intended to form a kin sub-group in the Mixed Group of the Chamber of Deputies composed of FI dissidents.[7][8]

Between September and October four senators and seven deputies left FI and joined Verdini; the deputies formed a joint sub-group with the Associative Movement Italians Abroad named "Liberal Popular Alliance – Autonomies – Associative Movement Italians Abroad.[9][10][11] Bondi and Repetti, while supporting Renzi too, formed Together for Italy instead.[12]

References

  1. ^ Verdini presenta nuovo gruppo Ala: "Ddl Boschi va approvato così com'è"
  2. ^ Nuovo PSI il segretario Barani aderisce al gruppo di Verdini ma rischia l'espulsione
  3. ^ Nuovo PSI, Lucio Barani si dimette da segretario nazionale
  4. ^ Ponte sullo stretto, PdS-MpA chiede al parlamento il ripristino del progetto
  5. ^ I verdiniani puntano altri trasfughi
  6. ^ Palazzo Madama, Verdimi cerca altri senatori per approvare le riforme
  7. ^ Verdini mette l'ALA anche a Montecitorio e guardal al PD
  8. ^ Verdini pensa a un gruppo ALA anche alla Camera
  9. ^ http://www.corriere.it/politica/15_settembre_23/forza-italia-altri-tre-parlamentari-lasciano-partito-andare-movimento-verdini-65d7dbbc-6204-11e5-a22c-898dd609436f.shtml
  10. ^ http://www.repubblica.it/politica/2015/09/23/news/altre_defezioni_da_forza_italia_romano_nuvolo_e_galati_lasciano_il_partito-123515943/
  11. ^ http://www.affaritaliani.it/puglia/anche-iurlaro-con-verdini-il-senatore-abbandona-forza-italia-387642.html
  12. ^ http://www.9colonne.it/103105/la-rotta-dei-migranti-br-di-palazzo-madama
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