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Agrarian Party (Italy)

Agrarian Party
Partito Agrario
Leader Pietro Lanza di Scalea
Founded 1920
Dissolved 1924
Ideology Agrarianism
Political position Right-wing

The Agrarian Party (Italian: Partito Agrario) was a political party in Italy. It was the principal party of reference of the land owners and it was characterized by an economist vision and a conservative and reactionary tendency. Its principal exponents were the prince Pietro Lanza di Scalea (minister of the war in the first Government Facta and Minister of the colonies in the Government Mussolini from June 3rd 1924 to November 6th 1926), Francesco Saverio d'Ayala and Giovanni Lo Monte.

In 1924 the principal exponents of the Agrarian Party merged the National List.

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