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In response to this edit by RJFF, I have to say a couple of things. In Italy there are hundreds of parties and many of those parties have an article in en.Wikipedia (while most of them are not present in it.Wiki, in which rules are more strict). As it is practically impossible to list them all, in the present article we cathegorized parties in different sections, provided that they meet some conditions. In the case of current national political parties, we listed those parties that are represented in parliament or in regional assemblies, or that have at least participated to the last national (general or European) elections. Parties which are no longer active or parties, such as Communist Platform, which never took part to an election don't deserve any mention here. If we mention Communist Platform, we should mention at least one hundred more tiny but larger parties. That is why I will rollback RJFF's edit. I will never propose that article's deletion (I'm an inclusionist), but I don't see any reason for having it in the list.
--Checco (talk) 00:18, 19 December 2011 (UTC)
Thank you for the enlightenment. --RJFF (talk) 19:16, 19 December 2011 (UTC)