National Cohesion

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National Cohesion (Coesione Nazionale, CN) was a centre-right parliamentary group active in the Italian Senate.

Launched on 2 March 2011, the group was supportive of Berlusconi IV Cabinet. The group's president was Pasquale Viespoli, formerly leader of Future and Freedom in the Senate, and its counterpart in the Chamber of Deputies was People and Territory.[1] Most of its members were elected in Southern Italy.

From 5 May to 12 November 2011 the group was represented in government by Riccardo Villari, under-secretary at the Ministry of Culture.[2]


The group included:[3]