Lively Aosta Valley

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Lively Aosta Valley
Vallée d'Aoste Vive
Leader Roberto Louvin
Secretary Guido Dondeynaz
Founded 4 December 2005
Dissolved 12 February 2010
Split from Valdostan Union
Merged into Autonomy Liberty Participation Ecology
Headquarters via De Tillier, 12
11100 Aosta
Ideology Regionalism,
Social liberalism
European affiliation none
International affiliation none
European Parliament group no MEPs

Lively Aosta Valley (Vallée d'Aoste Vive, VdAV) was a social-liberal Italian political party active in the Aosta Valley. It was founded on 4 December 2005 by a left-wing split from the Valdostan Union and its leader was Roberto Louvin.

For the 2006 general election, the Lively Aosta Valley took part to the Autonomy Liberty Democracy (ALD) coalition, alongside the Democrats of the Left, Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy, Valdostan Renewal, the Communist Refoundation Party, the Federation of the Greens and other minor parties.

In the 2008 regional election the party formed a joint list with Valdostan Renewal: the list won 12.5% of the vote and 5 regional deputies (out of 35), of which 2 of VdAV. ALD was however severely defeated by the Aosta Valley coalition.[1]

In February 2010 VdAV agreed to merge into a new party named Autonomy Liberty Participation Ecology (ALPE), along with Valdostan Renewal, Alternative Greens and other centre-left groups.[2]


  1. ^ "Regione Valle d'Aosta". Retrieved 2014-07-16. 
  2. ^ "Nasce ALPE: ad aprile le primarie sceglieranno sindaco e vice da candidare" (in Italian). Retrieved 2014-07-16. 

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