Republican Progressive Democratic Front

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Republican Progressive Democratic Front
Fronte Democratico Progressista Repubblicano
Leader Giulio Bordon
Constituent Assembly
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The Republican Progressive Democratic Front (Italian: Fronte Democratico Progressista Repubblicano, abbreviated FDPR) was a political coalition in the Aosta Valley, formed ahead of the 1946 Italian Constituent Assembly election. FDPR consisted of the Action Party, the Italian Communist Party, the Italian Socialist Party and the Italian Republican Party.[1] The Front obtained 21,853 votes (51.79%) of the votes in the Aosta Valley and won the sole seat of the constituency.[2] Giulio Bordon was the FDPR parliamentarian.[1] Bordon sat in the Autonomist group in the Constituent Assembly.[3]

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