Labour Party (Italy)

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for a Labour Party
per il Partito del Lavoro - CGIL
Leader Cesare Salvi and Giampaolo Patta
Founded September 2012 (2012-09)
Merger of Socialism 2000, Labour–Solidarity
Preceded by Anticapitalist and Communist List
Headquarters Rome, Italy
Newspaper Lavoro & politica
Ideology Socialism
Political position Left-wing
European Parliament group GUE/CGIL
Website
www.partito-lavoro.it
Politics of Italy
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Elections

The Labour Party (Italian: Partito del Lavoro, PL) is a socialist political party in Italy.

The PL was formed in September 2012 by the merger of Socialism 2000 (leader: Cesare Salvi) and Labour–Solidarity (leader: Gian Paolo Patta), both constituent members of the Federation of the Left (FdS).[1] The party aims at forming a broad labour party including communists, socialists and trade unionists.[2]

In the 2014 European election the PL supported the The Other Europe electoral alliance.

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