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Socialist Rebirth

Socialist Rebirth (Italian: Rinascita Socialista, RS) was a minor social-democratic political party in Italy. The party was founded in 1993 and led by Ottaviano Del Turco, one-time leader of the Italian Socialist Party. The party was a member of the Alliance of Progressives coalition of centre-left parties.[1][2][3] In 1995, the party merged into the Labour Federation, which itself eventually merged into Democrats of the Left.


  1. ^ Diamanti, Ilvo (September 2007). "The Italian Centre-Right and Centre-Left: Between Parties and ‘the Party’". West European Politics 30 (4): 745.  
  2. ^ Sona Nadenichek Golder (1 January 2006). The Logic of Pre-electoral Coalition Formation. Ohio State University Press. p. 160.  
  3. ^ Stefan Köppl (15 March 2007). Das politische System Italiens: Eine Einführung. Springer-Verlag. p. 98.  
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