Democratic Populars

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The Democratic Populars (Popolari Democratici) was a tiny Christian-Democratic political party based in Campania, Italy.

It was founded in February 2008 by splinters from the Union of Democrats for Europe who wanted to continue the alliance with centre-left The Union coalition. Its leading members were Nicola Caputo, Vittorio Insigne and Giuseppe Maisto, all three regional councillors of Campania, and several provincial and municipal ministers.[1]