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The Italian Socialists
The Italian Socialists
(Socialisti Italiani, SI) were a minor social-democratic political party in Italy
Italy
active from 1994 to 1998. The party was the successor of the Italian Socialist Party.[2] History[edit] The party was founded on 13 November 1994, immediately after the dissolution of the Italian Socialist Party, which had been plagued by corruption scandals exposed by the Mani pulite
Mani pulite
investigations. The party was led for its short life by Enrico Boselli. At the regional elections of 1995 the Italian Socialists
Italian Socialists
formed a list with the Democratic Alliance and Segni Pact, which was called Pact of Democrats. The results, however, were disappointing. For the general elections of 1996, the Italian Socialists
Italian Socialists
joined the list of Italian Renewal, a newly formed liberal-centrist party led by Lamberto Dini, within The Olive Tree coalition, acquiring in total 7 deputies (Giuseppe Albertini, Enrico Boselli, Vincenzo Ceremigna, Giovanni Crema, Sergio Fumagalli, Paolo Manca and Roberto Villetti) and 5 senators (Livio Besso Cordero, Ottaviano Del Turco, Giovanni Iuliano, Maria Rosaria Manieri and Cesare Marini). On 10 May 1998, the party merged with the Italian Democratic Socialist Party, a portion of Labour Federation, a portion of the Socialist Party and the Socialist League to form the Italian Democratic Socialists (SDI). Leadership[edit]

Secretary: Enrico Boselli
Enrico Boselli
(1994–1998)

Deputy-Secretary: Roberto Villetti (1994–1998)

President: Gino Giugni (1994–1996), Ottaviano Del Turco (1996–1998)

References[edit]

^ Harry Harmer (1999). The Longman Companion to the Labour Party, 1900-1998. Routledge. p. 192. ISBN 978-1-317-88349-4.  ^ Luciano Bardi; Piero Ignazi (1998). "The Italian Party System: The Effective Magnitude of an Earthquake". In Piero Ignazi; Colette Ysmal. The Organization of Political Parties in Southern Europe. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 102. ISBN 978-0-275-95612-7. 

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Italian Socialist Party

Secretary

Carlo Dell'Avalle (1892-1894) Filippo Turati
Filippo Turati
(1895-1896) Enrico Ferri (1896) Carlo Dell'Avalle (1896-1898) Alfredo Bertesi (1898-1899) Enrico Bertini (1899-1900) Savino Varazzani (1900-1904) Enrico Ferri (1904-1906) Oddino Morgari (1906-1908) Pompeo Ciotti (1908-1912) Costantino Lazzari
Costantino Lazzari
(1912-1918) Egidio Gennari (1918) Costantino Lazzari
Costantino Lazzari
(1918-1919) Arturo Vella (1919) Nicola Bombacci
Nicola Bombacci
(1919-1920) Egidio Gennari (1920-1921) Giovanni Bacci
Giovanni Bacci
(1921) Domenico Fioritto (1921-1923) Tito Oro Nobili (1923-1925) Olindo Vernocchi (1925-1930) Ugo Coccia (1930-1932) Pietro Nenni
Pietro Nenni
(1933-1939) Giuseppe Saragat, Oddino Morgari and Angelo Tasca (1939-1942) Giuseppe Romita (1942–1943) Pietro Nenni
Pietro Nenni
(1943–1945) Sandro Pertini
Sandro Pertini
(1945) Rodolfo Morandi (1945–1946) Ivan Matteo Lombardo (1946–1947) Lelio Basso
Lelio Basso
(1947–1948) Alberto Jacometti (1948–1949) Pietro Nenni
Pietro Nenni
(1949–1963) Francesco De Martino (1963–1968) Mario Tanassi
Mario Tanassi
(1966–1968) Mauro Ferri (1968–1969) Francesco De Martino (1969–1970) Giacomo Mancini (1970–1972) Francesco De Martino (1972–1976) Bettino Craxi
Bettino Craxi
(1976–1993) Giorgio Benvenuto
Giorgio Benvenuto
(1993) Ottaviano Del Turco (1993–1994) Valdo Spini (1994)

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scandal Mani pulite

Derivatives

Italian Reformist Socialist Party Fasci of Revolutionary Action / National Fascist Party
National Fascist Party
/ Republican Fascist Party Communist Party of Italy
Communist Party of Italy
/ Italian Communist Party
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/ International Communist Party Unitary Socialist Party Maximalist Italian Socialist Party Socialist Unity Italian Democratic Socialist Party Italian Socialists
Italian Socialists
/ Italian Democratic Socialists
Italian Democratic Socialists
/ Socialist League Labour Federation Reformist Socialist Party Socialist Party / New Italian Socialist Party Forza Italia
Forza Italia
(social-democrats faction) Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy
Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy
(social-democrats faction)

Alliances

Popular Democratic Front (1947-1948) Organic Centre-left (1962-1976) Unified Socialist Party (1966-1971) Pentapartito
Pentapartito
(1981-1993) Alliance of Progressives
Alliance of Progressives
(1994)

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Historical political parties in Italy

Communist

Communist Party of Italy Proletarian Unity Party Italian Communist Party Proletarian Democracy Movement of Unitarian Communists Party of Italian Communists

Socialist and post-communist

Italian Revolutionary Socialist Party Italian Labour Party Italian Socialist Party
Italian Socialist Party
of Proletarian Unity Democratic Party of the Left Democratic Left Movement for the Left Left Ecology Freedom

Social-democratic

Italian Reformist Socialist Party Unitary Socialist Party Labour Democratic Party Action Party Unitary Socialist Party Socialist Autonomy Popular Unity Unified Socialist Party Italian Socialist Party Democrats of the Left Labour Federation Social Christians Italian Socialists Italian Democratic Socialist Party Italian Democratic Socialists

Green

Rainbow Greens Green Lists

Radical and social-liberal

Action Party (1848) Dissident Left Historical Far Left Italian Radical Party Constitutional Democratic Party Democratic Liberal Party Italian Social Democratic Party Radical Party Democratic Alliance Republican Left Democratic Union The Network Italy
Italy
Work in Progress

Centrist and centrist-liberal

Historical Left Liberal Union Democratic Union for the Republic Pannella List Union for the Republic Italian Renewal The Democrats Segni Pact Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy Bonino List Bonino-Pannella List Alliance for Italy

Christian-democratic

Conservative Catholics Italian Catholic Electoral Union Italian People's Party (1919) Christian Democracy Italian People's Party (1994) Christian Democrats for the Republic Christian Democratic Centre United Christian Democrats European Democracy Christian Democracy for the Autonomies Liberal Populars Union of Democrats for Europe

Conservative-liberal

Moderate Party Historical Right Italian Liberal Party Union of the Centre Act to Stop the Decline

Liberal-conservative

Economic Party National Democratic Alliance Forza Italia The People of Freedom Future and Freedom New Centre-Right Conservatives and Reformists

National-conservative

Common Man's Front Monarchist National Party People's Monarchist Party Italian Democratic Party of Monarchist Unity National Democracy National Alliance The Right

Nationalist, fascist and post-fascist

Combatants' Party Italian Nationalist Association National Fascist Party Republican Fascist Party Italian Social Movement

Regionalist and federalist

Federalist Italian League Federalists and Liberal Democrats Autonomists for Europe Force of the South

Coalitions of parties

Leftist coalitions

Popular Democratic Front Alliance of Progressives

Centre-left electoral coalitions

The Olive Tree The Union Italy. Common Good

Centrist electoral coalitions

Pact for Italy New Pole for Italy With Monti for Italy

Centre-right electoral coalitions

Pole of Freedoms Pole of Good Government Pole for Freedoms House of Freedoms

Government-only coalitions

Centrist coalition Organic Centre-left Pentapartito Grand coalition

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