Independent Autonomists

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The Independent Autonomists (Autonomisti Indipendenti, AI) was a social-liberal Italian political party active in Aosta Valley.

It was founded in March 1991 by Ilario Lanivi, ex-leading member of the Progressive Democratic Autonomists, and Amato Maquignaz. In April 1992 Lanivi became President of the Region at the head of a coalition composed by the Valdostan Union, the Democratic Party of the Left, the Italian Socialist Party, the Progressive Democratic Autonomists and the Italian Republican Party.[1]

For the 1993 regional election the Independent Autonomist joined forces with Cesare Dujany, former leader of the Popular Democrats, and launched the For Aosta Valley list.[2] Since then the party ceased to exist.