With Monti for Italy

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With Monti for Italy
Con Monti per l'Italia
Leader Mario Monti
Member parties Civic Choice
Union of the Centre
Future and Freedom
Founded 28 December 2012
Political position Centre
Website
www.agenda-monti.it
Politics of Italy
Political parties
Elections

With Monti for Italy (Italian: Con Monti per l'Italia) was an electoral coalition of political parties in Italy, formed for the 2013 general election to support the outgoing Prime Minister Mario Monti and his reform plans.[1][2][3] Its platform was based on Monti's manifesto titled "Change Italy. Reform Europe."[4]

Formation and composition[edit]

The coalition was launched in December 2012 during the last month of the Monti Cabinet. It comprised the following parties:

While the UdC and FLI were established parties, SC was formed in the run-up of the election by Monti. Its core consisted of Toward the Third Republic (VTR), a centrist outfit formed in November 2012 by the merger of Luca Cordero di Montezemolo's Future Italy (IF) with other centrist associations as Toward North (VN), established parties such as Lorenzo Dellai's Union for Trentino (UpT), and some leading figures from progressive Catholic ecclesial movements and trade associations, notably including minister Andrea Riccardi of the Community of Sant'Egidio, Andrea Olivero of the Christian Associations of Italian Workers (ACLI) and Luigi Marino of Confcooperative. Beyond Riccardi, also ministers Renato Balduzzi and Enzo Moavero Milanesi joined SC. Moreover, a number of individual representatives of the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) and centre-right The People of Freedom (PdL) announced their defections to Monti's party.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11] The partyless economist Monti presented the grouping as a civil movement and rejected the traditional notions of political left, right, or centre.[12]

Because of the particularities of Italy's electoral law, the coalition ran as an alliance of three constituent lists for the Chamber of Deputies (SC, UdC and FLI) and as a single list for the Senate.[13] Monti has chosen business executive Enrico Bondi to assist him with examining the coalition's candidates.[14]

Symbols[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kadri, Françoise (28 December 2012), Italy's Monti to lead centrist coalition in February polls, AFP 
  2. ^ Vogt, Andrea (28 December 2012), "Mario Monti to lead centrist coalition in Italian elections", The Telegraph 
  3. ^ Mackenzie, James; Scherer, Steve (28 December 2012), Monti says will lead centrists in Italian vote, Reuters 
  4. ^ Dinmore, Guy (26 December 2012), "Monti-led poll alliance takes shape", Financial Times 
  5. ^ http://www.agenda-monti.it/posts/1332
  6. ^ "A Montecitorio spazio solo alla società civile Le «quote» del Senato". Archiviostorico.corriere.it. Retrieved 2014-07-15. 
  7. ^ "La sorpresa di Monti in Veneto, piace al Nord-est". Ilfoglio.it. Retrieved 2014-07-15. 
  8. ^ "Centristi, vertice sulle candidature E Bondi taglia i profili «sospetti»". Archiviostorico.corriere.it. Retrieved 2014-07-15. 
  9. ^ "E in Toscana e Umbria il Professore schiera gli ex renziani". Archiviostorico.corriere.it. Retrieved 2014-07-15. 
  10. ^ "Centristi, caccia a cattolici e renziani delusi". Archiviostorico.corriere.it. Retrieved 2014-07-15. 
  11. ^ "Prove di alleanza tra Bersani e Monti". Archiviostorico.corriere.it. Retrieved 2014-07-15. 
  12. ^ "Monti, online il «manifesto» in sette punti : «Movimento civico , non un partito di centro»", Corriere della Sera (in Italian), 31 December 2012 
  13. ^ "Monti presenta il simbolo "Scelta civica". Lista unica al Senato, tre alla Camera", La Repubblica, 4 January 2013 
  14. ^ "Monti, Vezzali e Bombassei con le liste di Scelta civica - Il Messaggero". Ilmessaggero.it. 2014-06-16. Retrieved 2014-07-15.