Autonomist People's Alliance

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The Autonomist People's Alliance (Alleanza Popolare Autonomista, APA) was a social-democratic Italian political party active in Aosta Valley.

It was founded in 1992 by a split from the regional Italian Socialist Party. Its leading members were Edoardo Bich, Giovanni Aloisi and Bruno Milanesio. In the 1993 regional election the party won 4.0% of the vote and got elected two regional deputies.[1] In 1998 the party was merged with the Autonomists Democrats Progressives into the Autonomist Federation. Afterwords Enrico Bich, son of Edorardo, and Bruno Milanesio started another social-democratic party named Forward Valley.

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