Pact of Democrats

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The Pact of Democrats (Italian: Patto dei Democratici) was a short-lived electoral alliance of political parties in Italy.

It was launched for the 1995 regional elections by the Segni Pact, the Italian Socialists and Democratic Alliance.[1] After the election, in which PD scored everywhere between 3 and 6%, with the exception of Abruzzo (6.7%) and tiny Molise (9.2%), the alliance was disbanded.

In the 1996 general election the list was succeded by Italian Renewal (Segni Pact, Italian Socialists, others) and the Democratic Union (Democratic Alliance, others).


  1. ^ André Krouwel (1 December 2012). Party Transformations in European Democracies. SUNY Press. p. 323. ISBN 978-1-4384-4481-9.