Sardinia Project

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The Sardinia Project (Progetto Sardegna, PS) was a social-democratic regionalist political party active in Sardinia, Italy.

It was founded in 2003 and was led by Renato Soru, who was elected President of Sardinia at the head of a centre-left coalition in the 2004 regional election. In that occasion PS won 7.8% of the vote in Sardinia, becoming the fourth largest party in the region.

In October 2007 PS was merged into the Democratic Party.