Militant Christian Party

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Militant Christian Party
Partito Cristiano Militante
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The Militant Christian Party (Italian: Partito Cristiano Militante) was a political party in Italy. The party was founded following a split from the Christian Democracy ahead of the 1953 general election.[1]

In the 1953 election, the party contested the Bari-Foggia constituency. The list of the party got 1,473 votes (0.16% of the votes in the constituency).[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Leoni, Francesco. Storia dei partiti politici italiani. Napoli: Guida, 1971. p. 259
  2. ^ Italian Ministry of Interior. Camera 07/06/1953 | Area ITALIA
  3. ^ Italian Ministry of Interior. Camera 07/06/1953 | Area ITALIA | Circoscrizione BARI-FOGGIA