Loyal to Trentino

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Loyal to Trentino (Italian: Leali al Trentino) is a regionalist[1] social-liberal[1] Italian political party based in the province of Trentino.

It was launched in 2003 by former members of the Italian Republican Party, the Italian Democratic Socialist Party and Democratic Alliance, who run in the 1998 provincial election within the list Trentino Tomorrow. Also former members of the Italian Socialist Party took part to that list, but they later joined the Italian Democratic Socialists. Its leading members are Enzo Bassetti and Marco Benedetti, both former long-time Republicans.

In the 2003 provincial election, the party won 2.6% of the vote and got one provincial deputy elected, while in 2008 it gained 2.4%, failing to gain a seat in the Provincial Council.[2]

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