Template:Italian political parties

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Conditions of admission[edit]

In order to be part of this template a party needs to fulfil at least one of the following conditions:

  • having at least one MP or one MEP;
  • having scored more than 0.5% in the latest nationwide election (general/European);
  • having at least three elects in three different Regional Councils (Provincial in the cases of Trentino and South Tyrol);
  • having the 5% of elects in a Regional Council (Provincial in the cases of Trentino and South Tyrol);
  • having a Minister or a President of Region or a President of Province or a Mayor of a city with more than 200,000 inhabitants;
  • having scored more than 10% in the latest regional election in Aosta Valley or 5% in the latest provincial election in Trentino or South Tyrol or 5% in the latest regional election in a Region with less than 1 million inhabitants or 3% in the latest regional election in a Region with more than 1 million inhabitants.

Classification[edit]

The parties are classified as:

  • major: parties which scored more than 20% in the latest nationwide election (general/European) or having at least 200 MPs or 20 MEPs;
  • medium: parties which scored between 4% and 20% in the latest nationwide election (general/European) or having at least 30 MPs or 5 MEPs;
  • minor: parties that fulfil one of the other conditions;
  • regional: minor parties active only in one Region (Province in the cases of Trentino and South Tyrol);
  • Abroad: parties active only among Italians abroad.