Trentino Civic List

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Trentino Civic List
Founded 2013
Headquarters Trentino
Ideology Christian democracy

Trentino Civic List (Italian: Civica Trentina, CT) is a Christian-democratic political party active in Trentino.


The party was formed in July 2013 by Rodolfo Borga,[1] formerly the leader of The People of Freedom in the Provincial Council.[2][3] In the 2013 provincial election the party supported Diego Mosna for President, in alliance with Trentino Project, and obtained 3.7% of the vote;[4] Borga was re-elected to the Provincial Council.[5]

In 2014 the CT was joined by two more councillors: Claudio Cia, who replaced Mosna, and Claudio Civettini, a splinter from Lega Nord Trentino.[6][7][8][9]

In the 2015 municipal election in Trento the party joined forces with Lega Nord Trentino, Forza Italia, Trentino Project and Brothers of Italy: Cia, who ran for mayor, won 31.0% of the vote (and was defeated by the outgoing Democratic mayor Alessandro Andreatta), while the party list obtained 7.1%.[10][11]

As of May 2015, the CT seemed headed toward an alliance with the Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party, instead that its 2015 centre-right allies, for the 2018 provincial election and this led Cia to leave the party[12][13] and launch the alternative Act for Trentino.[14]



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