Integral Autonomy (1996)

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For the party with the similar name which was active from 1982 to 1988, see Integral Autonomy (1982).

Integral Autonomy (Italian: Autonomia Integrale, AI), whose complete name was Integral Autonomy – Regional Autonomist Federation (Autonomia Integrale – Federazione Autonomista Regionale) was a regionalist centrist Italian political party based in Trentino.

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In 1996 Domenico Fedel, provincial deputy for Lega Autonomia Trentino and former member of the Trentino Tyrolean People's Party (PPTT), Integral Autonomy and Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party (PATT), launched the new Integral Autonomy along with some new splinters from the PATT, including Sergio Casagranda.[1][2]

In the 1998 provincial election Integral Autonomy won 3.8% of the vote; Casagranda was elected to the Provincial Council, while Fedel failed re-election. Integral Autonomy supported the government of Lorenzo Dellai and Casagranda became provincial minister.

In 2000 Integral Autonomy merged with other groups to form the Trentino Autonomists.[3]

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