Movement of National Responsibility
The party was founded on 9 December 2010 by three deputies coming from centre-left parties and headed to support the centre-right government led by Silvio Berlusconi: Massimo Calearo (ex-PD and ex-ApI), Bruno Cesario (ex-PD and ex-ApI) and Domenico Scilipoti (ex-IdV). On 14 December the three deputies voted in favour of Berlusconi in a close vote of confidence. In October 2011 the party had its first congress: Scilipoti was confirmed secretary and Cesario president.
In October 2012, the balance of accounts of the People of Freedom showed that the Movement of National Responsibility had received € 49,000 of financial support from PdL for posters advertising the MRN's founding congress.
Scilipotism is a neologism that appeared in the spoken language in December 2010, after Domenico Scilipoti, elected in an opposition party (Italia dei Valori) left the party and started supporting the Berlusconi Government coalition. The neologism seems to describe such a sudden transformation of political ideas and, particularly, of Parliament position (in Italy known as il salto della quaglia - the jump of the quail)  for uncertain personal reasons but, certainly, for the advantage of the new political side. A group of "scilipotists" made the Berlusconi Government surviving for about one more year.
As per the International Business Times, '"Everybody says that I am crazy, but I don't care. They said the same to Ezra Pound," said Scilipoti during the seminar. Pound was confined to a U.S. mental hospital after the war.' 
- Cuzzocrea, Annalisa (31 October 2012), "Spuntano i fondi ai transfughi così il partito ha finanziato Scilipoti", La Repubblica
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- Mezzofiore, Gianluca (14 December 2011). "Berlusconi Allies Linked to Florence Killer Gianluca Casseri's Far-Right Group". International Business Times. Retrieved 15 December 2011.