|Split from||Sardinian Action Party|
|European Parliament group||no MEPs|
|Politics of Sardinia
The party was founded in 2009 as a left-wing split from the Sardinian Action Party, after this had signed an electoral pact with The People of Freedom, the main centre-right party in Italy. In the 2009 regional election the RM won 2.5% of the vote, despite not being on the ballot in three provincial constituencies out of eight, and one regional councillor, Claudia Zuncheddu. The list did better in the province of Sassari (4.2%) and the province of Nuoro (3.3%).
In the 2010 provincial elections the Red Moors improved their share of vote and were particularly strong in Medio Campidano (7.1%), the province of Nuoro (4.2%) and the province of Cagliari (3.1%).
In January 2011 Zuncheddu left the party in order to join Independence Republic of Sardinia. This caused a major upheaval within the party, which was left without representation in the Regional Council.
- Secretary: Gesuino Muledda (2009–2012), Salvatore Melis (2012–present)
- President: Paola Zunchedda (2009–2011), Gesuino Muledda (2012–present)
- Risultati per circoscrizione-Regione Autonoma della Sardegna
- Ministry of the Interior
- Sardegna - Elezioni Regionali del 16 febbraio 2014 - la Repubblica.it