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Democratic Union (Italy)

Democratic Union
Unione Democratica
President Antonio Maccanico
Founded 26 February 1996[1]
Dissolved 27 February 1999
Preceded by Democratic Alliance
Merged into The Democrats
Ideology Social liberalism
Political position Centre-left
National affiliation The Olive Tree
Politics of Italy
Political parties
Elections

The Democratic Union (Italian: Unione Democratica, UD) was a small social-liberal political party in Italy.

It was founded in February 1996 by

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  2. ^ Alan Friedman (27 February 1996). "Berlusconi Looks Like the Loser in Dini's Jump into Politics". The New York Times (Paris). Retrieved 30 November 2013. 
  3. ^ Martin Bull; Martin Rhodes (5 March 2014). Crisis and Transition in Italian Politics. Routledge. pp. 102–103.  
  4. ^ Tom Lansford (15 April 2013). Political Handbook of the World 2013. SAGE Publications. p. 714.  
  5. ^ Andrea Mammone; Giuseppe A. Veltri (25 February 2010). Italy Today: The Sick Man of Europe. Routledge. p. 37.  
  6. ^ Catherine Moury (2 May 2013). Coalition Government and Party Mandate: How Coalition Agreements Constrain Ministerial Action. Routledge. p. 101.  

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In 1999 the party joined Romano Prodi's new party, the The Democrats.

. D'Alema I Cabinet with Maccanico becoming Minister for Communications, and later the [6][5],Prodi I Cabinet, electing four deputies and one senator. The party was part of the 1996 general election for the Italian People's Party and formed a list with the [4],The Olive Tree The party was a minor member of [3]

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