Autonomy South

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Autonomy South
Autonomia Sud
Secretary Arturo Iannaccone
President Americo Porfidia
Founded 6 October 2012
Split from We the South
Headquarters via Fratelli del Gaudio, 13
83100 Avellino, Campania
Newspaper none
Membership unknown
Ideology Regionalism
Christian democracy
European affiliation none
International affiliation none
European Parliament group no MEPs
Chamber of Deputies
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European Parliament
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Autonomy South (Italian: Autonomia Sud, AS), whose complete name is Autonomy South - We for the South (Italian: Autonomia Sud - Noi per il Sud), is a regionalist-centrist political party in Italy based in the Southern Italy.


The party was born in October 2012 by a split of We the South, after a court sentence that banned to the faction of Iannaccone, Belcastro and Porfidia to still use the name "Noi Sud".[1]

In 2013 Autonomy South signed a federative pact with Reality Italy, a southern centrist party which usually sides with the centre-left Democratic Party.[2]


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