Integral Autonomy (1980s)

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For the party with the similar name which was active from 1996 to 2000, see Integral Autonomy (1990s).

Integral Autonomy (Italian: Autonomia Integrale, AI) was a regionalist Christian-democratic Italian political party based in Trentino.

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In 1982 the Trentino Tyrolean People's Party (PPTT) broke up: the more conservative wing formed the Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Union (UATT), while the more centrist Integral Autonomy, under the leadership of the longstanding leader of the PPTT Enrico Pruner.[1] In 1988 the two groups merged into the Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party.

In the 1983 provincial election Integral Autonomy won only 3.1% of the vote, while Franco Tretter's UATT the much higher 8.2%.

In 1988 the two parties merged into the Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party, which gained 9.9% in the subsequent provincial election.

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