Change Italy

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Change Italy (Cambia l'Italia) was a social-democratic faction within the Democratic Party (PD),[1][2][3] a political party in Italy.

Its leader, Ignazio Marino, ran in the 2009 party's leadership election on a platform named "Live the PD, change Italy",[4][5] gaining 12.5% of the vote and losing to Pier Luigi Bersani. The faction was structured in 2010,[6][7] but soon after it ceased to exist. In 2013 Marino was elected Mayor of Rome and left national politics.

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