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Vaccaro is coordinator, with Raffaello Vignali, of the Parliamentary Intergroup for Subsidiarity (formerly led by
and Enrico Letta).
The party was founded in January 1991 by
, a physical education teacher and former member of Christian Democracy and of the Federation of the Greens.
(born 3 October 1959) is an Italian politician, who is a member of the New Centre-Right (NCD) and has served as minister of infrastructure and transport between 28 April 2013 and 20 March 2015.
On 18 March 2017, Alfano,
, Roberto Formigoni, Beatrice Lorenzin, Fabrizio Cicchitto and other important members of NCD, announced the dissolution of the New Centre-Right and founded the new party, Popular Alternative.
All the NCD's leading members (including
, Roberto Formigoni, Beatrice Lorenzin and Fabrizio Cicchitto) followed Alfano in the new party, while Maurizio Sacconi joined Stefano Parisi's Energies for Italy.
After the European elections, the "Federalist Greens" and the "Greens Greens" created a common program.
became solely responsible for northern Italy, while Laura Scalabrini became the responsible for the Center, the South and the Islands.
ran in the municipal elections of Turin for mayor and got 0.74% of the vote, while the Greens Greens list got the 0.81% of the vote.
The party's leading members included Angelino Alfano (national secretary), Renato Schifani, Renato Brunetta, Roberto Formigoni, Maurizio Sacconi, Maurizio Gasparri, Mariastella Gelmini, Antonio Martino, Giancarlo Galan,
, Gaetano Quagliariello, Daniela Santanchè, Sandro Bondi and Raffaele Fitto.
On 16 November 2011, Passera left his position as Intesa Sanpaolo Group's Managing Director and CEO to serve as minister of economic development, infrastructure and transport. His term as minister ended on 28 April 2013 and
succeeded him in the post.
The "Manifesto for a Good Politics" ("Manifesto per una buona politica") was signed by most Christian democrats of Forza Italia, including Claudio Azzolini, Maria Burani, Cesare Campa, Giuseppe Cossiga,
, Adriano Paroli, Roberto Rosso and Gustavo Selva, and also by Maurizio Sacconi, a former Socialist.
On 20 March 2015, Prime Minister Renzi became "ad interim" Minister of Infrastructure and Transport after the resignation of
, due to a corruption scandal involving public works on infrastructure, in which his name was cited several times. Renzi hold the office until 2 April, when Graziano Delrio was appointed as new minister.
Allam has many enthusiastic supporters among his newly found readership, and politically in the anti-immigration party he once detested - the Lega Nord, and among the Catholic side of leading Italian party Forza Italia and its electorate: indeed his Godfather was
, an elected representative of Forza Italia with well-known connections in the Vatican establishment.
On 16 January 2014 the Italian Minister of Infrastructures and Transports,
, said that "MV Cape Ray" would load 530 tons of chemical weapons material in the port of Gioia Tauro in Calabria, Italy, from the Danish ship "MV Ark Futura". She deployed on 25 June 2014
On 27–29 March 2009, the new party held its first congress in Rome and was officially founded. Berlusconi was elected president, while Sandro Bondi, Ignazio La Russa and Denis Verdini were appointed national coordinators,
organizational secretary and Daniele Capezzone spokesperson.
On 20 March 2015, Prime Minister Renzi briefly became "ad interim" Minister of Infrastructure and Transport following the resignation of
, due to a corruption scandal involving public works on infrastructure in which his name had been cited several times. Renzi held the office on an unofficial basis until 2 April, when Graziano Delrio was appointed as the new Minister.
In 2006 Network Italy was organized as a faction within Forza Italia. Leading members of the faction, which has its power base in Lombardy, has included
, Mario Mauro, Giancarlo Abelli, Adriano Paroli, Maurizio Bernardo, Mario Malossini, Raffaello Vignali, Aldo Brandirali and Mario Sala.
Most members of the party were former Christian Democrats (DC): Giuseppe Pisanu (former member of the leftist faction of DC and Minister of Interior), Roberto Formigoni (President of Lombardy), Claudio Scajola (former Minister of the Interior and of Industry), Enrico La Loggia, Renato Schifani, Guido Crosetto, Raffaele Fitto, Giuseppe Gargani, Alfredo Antoniozzi, Giorgio Carollo, Giuseppe Castiglione, Francesco Giro, Luigi Grillo,
, Mario Mantovani, Mario Mauro, Osvaldo Napoli, Antonio Palmieri, Angelo Sanza, Riccardo Ventre and Marcello Vernola are only some remarkable examples.
Besides Alfano (Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior), leading members included
(Minister of Infrastructure and Transport), Nunzia De Girolamo (Minister of Agriculture), Beatrice Lorenzin (Minister of Health), Gaetano Quagliariello (Minister of Constitutional Reforms), Giuseppe Scopelliti (President of Calabria), Roberto Formigoni (former President of Lombardy), Renato Schifani (former President of the Senate and PdL floor leader until November 2013), Fabrizio Cicchitto (former PdL leader in the Chamber in 2008–2013) and Carlo Giovanardi (a former minister for the UDC).
In 2004 the party ran in the European elections with the Federalist Greens using the logo of Abolizione Scorporo, which was already used in some divisions by the House of Freedoms in the 2001 general elections. The list got only the 0.49% of the vote. In the 2004 provincial elections of Turin the Greens Greens supported the centre-right candidate Franco Botta, while
ran autonomously with the list "Peace-No Incinerator".
In June 1998, Buttiglione led the party into the Democratic Union for the Republic (UDR), a new Christian democratic outfit launched by Francesco Cossiga and Clemente Mastella, who had left CCD to form the Christian Democrats for the Republic (CDR). In October, when Buttiglione briefly decided to support the centre-left government of Massimo D'Alema, alongside the rest of UDR, Roberto Formigoni, Raffaele Fitto,
and many regional deputies in Veneto, Lombardy and Piedmont left the party to form the Christian Democrats for Freedom, which was later merged into Forza Italia.
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