Populars for Prodi

ISBN (identifier) List of political parties in Italy The Olive Tree (Italy)
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Populars for Prodi

Popolari per Prodi
LeadersFranco Marini,
Antonio Maccanico
Giorgio La Malfa
Founded1996
Dissolved1996
Political positionCentre-left[1][2]
National affiliationThe Olive Tree (1996)

The Populars for Prodi (Italian: Popolari per Prodi) was an electoral list of political parties in Italy.

The list participated in the 1996 general election as a component of The Olive Tree,[3][4] supporting Romano Prodi as candidate for Prime Minister. The list, contested seats for the Chamber of Deputies, receiving 6.8% of the vote and 72 deputies (including Prodi).[5][6]

Composition

The alliance was composed of the following four parties:

Party Ideology Leader
Italian People's Party (PPI) Christian democracy Franco Marini
Democratic Union (UD) Social liberalism Antonio Maccanico
Italian Republican Party (PRI) Liberalism Giorgio La Malfa
South Tyrolean People's Party (SVP) Regionalism Siegfried Brugger

Electoral results

Italian Parliament

Chamber of Deputies
Election year # of
overall votes
% of
overall vote
# of
overall seats won
+/– Leader
1996 2,554,072 (#6) 6.8
69 / 630
Franco Marini

References

  1. ^ Fabio Padovano; Roberto Ricciuti, eds. (2007). "Appendix 2". Italian Institutional Reforms: A Public Choice Perspective. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 35. ISBN 978-0-387-72141-5.
  2. ^ John Kenneth White; Philip Davies (1998). Political Parties and the Collapse of the Old Orders. SUNY Press. p. 86. ISBN 978-0-7914-4067-4.
  3. ^ Aldo di Virgilio; Junko Kato (2011). "Party Competition Under New Electoral Rules in Italy and Japan, 1994–2009". In Daniela Giannetti; Bernard Grofman (eds.). A Natural Experiment on Electoral Law Reform: Evaluating the Long Run Consequences of 1990s Electoral Reform in Italy and Japan. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 21. ISBN 978-1-4419-7228-6.
  4. ^ Roberto D'Alimonte (2005). "Italy: A Case of Fragmented Bipolarism". In Michael Gallagher; Paul Mitchell (eds.). The Politics of Electoral Systems. OUP Oxford. p. 263. ISBN 978-0-19-153151-4.
  5. ^ Bruno Vespa (2010). Storia d'Italia da Mussolini a Berlusconi. Edizioni Mondadori. pp. 480–481. ISBN 978-88-520-1174-0.
  6. ^ José María Magone (2003). The Politics of Southern Europe: Integration Into the European Union. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 168. ISBN 978-0-275-97787-0.