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Christian Democratic Refoundation

Christian Democratic Refoundation (Italian: Rifondazione Democristiana, RDC) was a minor Christian-democratic political party in Italy.

It was founded in October 2006 as a split of the Christian Democracy for the Autonomies and was led by Publio Fiori, a former right-wing Christian Democrat and, later, leading member of the National Alliance from 1994 to 2005. RDC was a constituent part of the Christian Democratic Federation.

In October 2008, along with the UDEUR, RDC launched Democratic Initiative which had the goal of uniting many centrist parties without representation in the Italian Parliament. In this they were soon joined, among others, by the Christian Democracy, the Christian Democratic Party, the Italian Democratic Socialist Party, the Italian Liberal Party and The Italian Socialists.[1][2]

In March 2010 the party joined Francesco Rutelli's Alliance for Italy.[3]

Leadership

References

  1. ^ http://notizie.alice.it/notizie/politica/2008/10_ottobre/06/dc_fiori-mastella_nome_nuova_federazione_e_iniziativa_democratica,16332656.html
  2. ^ """Assemblea Nazionale di "Iniziativa Democratica (in Italiano). RadioRadicale.it. Retrieved 2014-08-26. 
  3. ^ [1]

External links

  • Official website
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