Sicilian Alliance

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Sicilian Alliance
Leader Nello Musumeci
Founded 2005
Ideology Regionalism
Autonomism
National conservatism
Politics of Sicily
Political parties
Elections

The Sicilian Alliance (it.: Alleanza Siciliana; sic.: Allianza Siciliana) is a minor autonomist and national-conservative political party in Sicily, Italy.

It was founded in 2005 and was led by Nello Musumeci, a MEP who was elected on the list of National Alliance.

On 7 October 2007, the party joined to Francesco Storace's The Right, although maintaining some of its autonomy as a regional section of the party, named the "The Right - Sicilian Alliance", often shortened to "The Sicilian Right".

In the 2012 regional election the party gained two regional deputies in the Musumeci List, Gino Ioppolo and the same Nello Musumeci.

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