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Moderates in Revolution

Moderates in Revolution
Moderati in Rivoluzione
President Gianpiero Samorì
Founded 18 November 2012
Headquarters Viale Parioli 25, Rome
Ideology Christian democracy
Political position Centre-right
National affiliation Forza Italia (since 2013)
Chamber of Deputies
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Political parties

Moderates in Revolution (Italian: Moderati in Rivoluzione, MIR) is a political party in Italy founded in 2012 by the lawyer, banker and entrepreneur Gianpiero Samorì.

In the 2013 general election the party presented its lists in the Centre-right coalition and obtained the 0.24% of the vote for the Chamber of Deputies and the 0.22% of the vote for the Senate, gaining no seats.

In May Walter Ferrazza, a MIR member, was nominated Undersecretary in the Letta Cabinet.

On 29 November 2013 MIR became an associate party of Forza Italia[1] and Walter Ferrazza resigned as Undersecretary, because FI was passed to the opposition.[2]

See also


  1. ^ I Moderati in Rivoluzione confermano l’adesione a Forza Italia
  2. ^ Walter Ferrazza dimissioni: il sottosegretario agli Affari regionali lascia il governo

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