Democratic Union (Italy)
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It was founded in 1996 by Antonio Maccanico (president of the party until 1999), Gerardo Bianco, Willer Bordon and Giorgio Benvenuto, both of who were the members of Democratic Alliance. The party formed a list with the Italian People's Party for 1996 elections, electing four deputies and one senator.
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