Unitalia

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Unitalia
Leader Donato Seppi
Founded 1996
Headquarters Bolzano
Ideology Italian nationalism[1]
Right-wing extremism[1]
Political position Right-wing[2]
International affiliation none
European affiliation none
European Parliament group none
Website
www.unitalia-movimento.it
Politics of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol
Political parties
Elections

Unitalia (One Italy, United Italy) is a minor far-right Italian nationalist political party active in South Tyrol, Italy.

The party, founded in 1996 as a split from National Alliance, has since been led by Donato Seppi. In the late 2010s the party was briefly the provincial section of The Right[3] and, later, of the Movement for Italy[4] in South Tyrol.

The party first entered with Seppi in the Provincial Council in 1998 (1.8%) and was confirmed in 2003 (1.5%).

In the 2008 provincial election the party won 1.9% of the vote and Seppi was re-elected for the third time to the Council.

In the 2013 provincial election the party won 1.7% of the vote and was left out of the Council.[5]

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