To the Left with Refoundation (A Sinistra con Rifondazione) was a faction within the Communist Refoundation Party, a communist political party in Italy. Its leader was Austo Rocchi and represented the right-wing of the party.
The faction was formed on 31 January 2009 by those members of Refoundation for the Left who decided not to leave the party, after that the majority of that group had left the party in order to form a new political party on the left, the Movement for the Left (MpS).These included, among many others, Giusto Catania, Milziade Caprili, Tommaso Sodano, Rosa Rinaldi and Marilde Provera. Soon after Rocchi and his group took back the "Refoundation for the Left" name.
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Fausto Bertinotti is an Italian politician who led the Communist Refoundation Party from 1994 to 2006. On 29 April 2006, after the centre-left coalition's victory in the Italian general election, he was elected President of the Chamber of Deputies, a position he held until 2008.
Democratic Left, whose complete name was Democratic Left. For European Socialism, was a democratic-socialist political party in Italy.
Movement for the Left was a socialist and communist political party in Italy. It emerged as a split from the Communist Refoundation Party and later merged into Left Ecology Freedom. Its leader was Nichi Vendola.
The Bertinottiani were an Italian political faction around Fausto Bertinotti, the leader of the Communist Refoundation Party (PRC) from 1994 to 2006.
Critical Left was a communist and Trotskyist political party in Italy, affiliated to the Fourth International.
The Left was a left-wing coalition of political parties in Italy which took part in the 2019 European Parliament election. Its main members were Italian Left and the Communist Refoundation Party.
Refoundation for the Left was a faction within the Communist Refoundation Party, a political party in Italy. Most of its members launched the Movement for the Left (MpS) in late January 2009. Another part of its members decided not to leave the Party, "going on with the Refoudation process".
Refoundation in Movement was a faction within the Communist Refoundation Party in Italy.
Being Communists was a faction within the Communist Refoundation Party in Italy. It was formed in 1998 by former followers of Armando Cossutta, who left the party in 1998 to form the Party of Italian Communists. The leader of the group was Claudio Grassi.
Left Ecology Freedom was a democratic socialist political party in Italy whose bulk was formed by former members of the Communist Refoundation Party.
Socialism 2000 was a democratic socialist political association in Italy led by Cesare Salvi.
The Anticapitalist and Communist List was a communist coalition of political parties in Italy, formed in the run-up to the 2009 European Parliament election in order to overcome the 4% threshold introduced by the new electoral law.
The Communist Refoundation Party is a communist political party in Italy that emerged from a split of the Italian Communist Party (PCI) in 1991. The party's secretary is Maurizio Acerbo, who replaced Paolo Ferrero in 2017. Armando Cossutta was the party's founder, while Fausto Bertinotti its longest-serving leader (1994–2008). The latter transformed the PRC from a traditional communist party into a collector of radical social movements.
Venetian Left was a communist political party in Veneto. The party was formed in March 2015 by Pietrangelo Pettenò, a three-term member of the Regional Council of Veneto, and the majority of the Venice's municipal section of the Communist Refoundation Party (PRC), notably including Renato Cardazzo and Sebastiano Bonzio.
The Italian Communist Party is a minor communist party in Italy.
Free and Equal is a left-wing parliamentary group in the Chamber of Deputies and a sub-group in the Senate, the two houses of the Italian Parliament. LeU was launched on 3 December 2017 as a federation of political parties including Article 1, Italian Left and Possible. The leader of the alliance for the 2018 general election was Pietro Grasso, former President of the Senate and former anti-Mafia prosecutor. The three founding parties left the alliance in late 2018, but LeU continued to exist in Parliament. Following the 2021 Italian government crisis, LeU has a single minister in the national unity government of Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
Franco Turigliatto is an Italian politician.
Claudio Grassi is an Italian politician.