Pensioners' Party (Italy)
|Founded||19 October 1987|
|Headquarters||Piazza Risorgimento, 14
|National affiliation||The Union (2005-2007)
House of Freedoms (2007-2008)
Centre-right coalition (2013-2014)
|European affiliation||European Democrats|
|European Parliament group||No MEPs|
On 4 February 2006, the party joined The Union, the centre-left coalition led by Romano Prodi, and was decisive in the result of the 2006 general election (the PP scored 0.9% and the centre-left won by a 0.1% margin), but soon after the election the alliance with the centre-left turned cold and tense. In the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani (Forza Italia, Vice President of the European People's Party), tried successfully to convince Fatuzzo to return to the centre-right.
Finally, on 20 November 2006, Carlo Fatuzzo, in a press conference along with Antonio Tajani and Fabrizio Cicchitto (national deputy-coordinator of Forza Italia), announced that its party was re-joining the centre-right House of Freedoms coalition.