Synonyms for lega_lombarda_lega_nord or Related words with lega_lombarda_lega_nord

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Examples of "lega_lombarda_lega_nord"
In June the Varese provincial section of Lega LombardaLega Nord expelled Reguzzoni from the party for having launched The Republicans.
Lega Lombarda ("Lombard League", LL), whose complete name is Lega LombardaLega Nord ("Lombard League–Northern League"), is a regionalist political party active in Lombardy.
In 2007 he was reelected by the 850.000 citizens of Varese province with about 70% of votes, and he was nominated National Vicesecretary of Lega Lombarda - Lega Nord.
The Olive Tree was the most voted list in Lombardy with 26.3%, followed by Forza Italia (25.7%) and Lega LombardaLega Nord (13.8%).
Lega Alpina Lumbarda (Lombard Alpine League, LAL) was a left-wing regionalist political party in Italy, based in Lombardy. The party, an alternative to Lega LombardaLega Nord, was led by Elidio De Paoli throughout its existence.
Riccardo Mazzoleni and Giovanni Ongaro were respectively elected secretary and president of the newly formed party. Cristiano Forte, a former provincial secretary of Lega LombardaLega Nord, was appointed deputy secretary.
Founded in 2006 by Max Ferrari and other splinters from Lega LombardaLega Nord, FIL joined Lombardia Autonoma in 2008, but soon regained its autonomy as a markedly-separatist party. Ferrari chose to stay in Lombardia Autonoma, which had its name changed into "Lega Padana Lombardia", and finally returned in the League in 2010.
The party emerged in November 2011 by the merger of Lega Padana Lombardia, led by Roberto Bernardelli and Giulio Arrighini, and other groups of Padanists led by Francesco Formenti and Giovanni Ongaro. All four politicians had been deputies of Lega LombardaLega Nord in the 1990s.
Lega Nuova was founded in 1991 by Franco Castellazzi, national president of Lega LombardaLega Nord in collision with the party's leader Umberto Bossi, and by five other regional councillors from that party. By the 1992 general election some of those returned into Lega Lombarda, while Castellazzi and others ran within the lists of the Italian Democratic Socialist Party without success.
In the latest regional election, which took place on 24–25 February 2013, Roberto Maroni of Lega LombardaLega Nord was elected President of Lombardy with the support of The People of Freedom. The election was the first snap election in Lombard political history and the first one paired with a senatorial election.
Bachelor in economical science and engineering, he was councilman in Busto Arsizio (from 1993 to 1997) and province councilman from 1993. He is a member of Lega Lombarda - Lega Nord since 1986, he was province chairman and federal CEO since he was very young. In 2002 he was the youngest president ever elected in a province in Italy.
In the latest regional election, which took place on 24–25 February 2013, Roberto Maroni of Lega LombardaLega Nord was elected President of Lombardy with the support of The People of Freedom. The election was the first snap election in Lombard political history and the first one paired with a senatorial election.
The party emerged in 2001 as a split from Lega LombardaLega Nord led by Roberto Bernardelli, a long-time member of Lega Nord, at the time a regional deputy for Lombardy. The main reason why Bernardelli left the party was that he considered it to be too similar to Forza Italia, the coalition partner of Lega Nord since 2000. In the 2005 regional elections in Lombardy, the party won 0.9% of the vote, despite not having candidates in all provinces.
In February 1991, Lega Nord, which was first launched as an upgrade of Alleanza Nord in December 1989, was officially transformed into a party through the merger of various regional parties, notably including Lega Lombarda and Liga Veneta, under the leadership of Umberto Bossi. These continue to exist as "national sections" of the federal party, which presents itself in regional and local contests as "Lega LombardaLega Nord", "Liga Veneta–Lega Nord", "Lega Nord–Piemont", and so on.
Lega Nord, which was first launched as an upgrade of Alleanza Nord in December 1989, was officially transformed into a party in February 1991 through the merger of various regional parties, notably including Lega Lombarda and Liga Veneta. These continue to exist as "national sections" of the federal party, which presents itself in regional and local contests as "Lega LombardaLega Nord", "Liga Veneta–Lega Nord", "Lega Nord–Piemont", and so on.
The party was formed in the run-up of the 1996 general election by the merger of Autonomy Lombard Alliance and Lega Alpina Lumbarda. The former was a 1989 split from Lega LombardaLega Nord led by Angela Bossi and Pierangelo Brivio (wife and husband, sister and brother-in-law to Umberto Bossi respectively), while the latter was the political vehicle of Elidio De Paoli, who had been elected in the Senate both in 1992 and 1994.
Between September 2011 and March 2012 the party formed regional wings in Piedmont (Piedmont at the Centre, led by Gianluca Susta), Lombardy (Lombards Toward North), and Emilia-Romagna. In Lombardy VN was joined by three well-known former members of Lega LombardaLega Nord: Alessandro Cè (a former party leader in the Chamber of Deputies and regional minister of Health), Sergio Rossi (a former senator), and Marisa Bedoni (a former deputy mayor of Milan under Marco Formentini). A former leader and senator of Lega Nord Emilia, Pierluigi Copercini, joined the party in Emilia–Romagna.
In February 2010 the party chose not to run its own lists in the 2010 regional election. In a press release, Ferrari explained that the party was only at 1.8–2.3% in the opinion polls (below the 3% threshold needed by parties outside big coalitions to elect any regional councillors) and that the only result of their standing would have been to damage the like-minded "cousins" in Lega LombardaLega Nord and to help The People of Freedom. The candidate of LPL would have been Giancarlo Pagliarini, a former minister for Lega Nord.
Lombardy is divided in twelve provinces, which are a traditional form of local administration in the region, the first ones being yet established under Habsburg rule by Maria Theresa of Austria in the 18th century. Socialist and Christian-democratic ideas had an early diffusion in quite all the provinces around World War I. After the Fascist parenthesis, left-wing parties found their strongholds in south-eastern agricultural provinces near Emilia, especially in the Province of Mantua, while Christian Democracy obtained high scores in the northern mountainous part of the Region, where nowadays Lega LombardaLega Nord gets a strong backing. The city of Milan is one of major national strongholds of The People of Freedom, although in the latest municipal election the left-wing prevailed.