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The Right–Tricolour Flame

The Right–Tricolour Flame
Leader Daniela Santanchè
Founded 15 February 2008
Dissolved 2009
Headquarters Rome
Membership unknown
Ideology Italian nationalism
National conservatism
Political position Right-wing
Politics of Italy
Political parties

The Right–Tricolour Flame (La Destra–Fiamma Tricolore) was an Italian political coalition formed by The Right party of Francesco Storace and Tricolour Flame of Luca Romagnoli on 15 February 2008 in the run-up to the 2008 general election.[1]

Daniela Santanchè was the Candidate for Prime Minister.

The list received 885,229 or 2.43% of the popular vote in the 2008 general elections and was awarded no representatives in the Chamber of Deputies or the Senate.


  1. ^ La Destra News: giornale online della Destra. Notizie dall'Italia, dal mondo, cronaca politica - La Destra e Fiamma Tricolore corrono insieme
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