Lega Nord Romagna

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Lega Nord Romagna
Secretary Gianluca Pini
President Mauro Monti
Founded 1987
Membership unknown
Ideology Federalism
Regionalism
National affiliation Lega Nord
Website
http://romagna.leganord.org/
Politics of Emilia-Romagna
Political parties
Elections

Lega Nord Romagna (North League Romagna) is a regionalist political party in Italy active in the Romagna. It is one of the two "national" (hence, regional) sections of Lega Nord in Emilia-Romagna, the other being Lega Nord Emilia.

The party proposes the separation of Romagna from Emilia and, thus, the establishment of the Region of Romagna.[1] For now it had campaigned with some success for the "return" of Romagnol municipalities of northern Marche to Romagna.[2]

Since 1999 Gianluca Pini, deputy since 2006, has served as the party's national secretary.

In May 2012 Pini was re-elected with the support of 91% of party delegates of the national congress.[3][4]

Popular support[edit]

Lega Nord is less strong in Romagna than in Emilia. In the 2010 regional election Lega Nord Romagna had its best result ever, gaining well above 10% of the vote in the three provinces of Romagna: 13.4% in Forlì-Cesena, 12.4% in Ravenna and 10.5% in Rimini.

The combined electoral results of Lega Nord Emilia and Lega Nord Romagna in Emilia-Romagna are shown in the table below.

1990 regional 1992 general 1994 general 1995 regional 1996 general 1999 European 2000 regional 2001 general 2004 European 2005 regional 2006 general 2008 general 2009 European 2010 regional 2013 general
2.9 9.6 6.4 3.4 7.2 3.0 2.6 3.3 3.4 4.8 3.9 7.8 11.1 13.7 2.6
Proposed flag of Romagna by Lega Nord Romagna

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