The Republicans (Italy)

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The Republicans
Formation June 2, 2015; 3 years ago (2015-06-02)
Type ONG
Purpose Fusionism, Conservatism
Headquarters Milan
Marco Reguzzoni
Key people
Nunzia De Girolamo, Flavio Tosi, Giacomo Zucco, Enzo Raisi
Budget (2015)

The Republicans (Italian: I Repubblicani) is a non-partisan think tank and association in Italy, that operate like federation between several conservative and libertarian organization, as Tea Party Italy, Modernize Italy, as well as businessmen, local politicians and activist.

The organization, launched by Marco Reguzzoni (member and former leader in the Chamber of Deputies of Lega Nord) and Nunzia De Girolamo (member and former leader in the Chamber of the New Centre-Right) on 2 June 2015 (Republic Day),[1][2][3][4] aims at uniting the Italian centre-right by taking example from the United States Republican Party and American-styled fusionism between conservative and libertarian political propositions.[5]

In June the Varese provincial section of Lega Lombarda–Lega Nord expelled Reguzzoni from the party for having launched The Republicans.[6][7][8][9][10]


The association support several reforms, overstep the parties:



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External links

  • Official website
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