Democrazia Solidale

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Democrazia Solidale
Leaders Lorenzo Dellai
Andrea Olivero
Founded 4 July 2014
Split from Populars for Italy
Ideology Christian left
Christian democracy
Political position Centre-left
National affiliation For Italy
(Chamber of Deputies)
For the Autonomies
Chamber of Deputies
8 / 630
2 / 315
European Parliament
0 / 73
Politics of Italy
Political parties

Democrazia Solidale (English: Solidary Democracy, Demo.S) is a centre-left Christian-democratic political party in Italy.

The party was formed in July 2014, following the split of the left-wing faction from the Populars for Italy. Demo.S, led by Lorenzo Dellai, Andrea Olivero, Mario Marazziti, Mario Giro and Lucio Romano, re-affirmed the strategic alliance with Matteo Renzi's Democratic Party, while the PpI considered it temporary and wanted to restructure the centre-right camp instead. At its start, the party counted eight deputies, two senators, one deputy-minister and one under-secretary.[1][2][3][4]

In December 2014 the party's two senators, Olivero and Romano, left For Italy in order to join For the Autonomies, a miscellaneaous group composed of minor autonomist and/or centre-left parties.[5]


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