Center Right Coalition

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July 3, 2022

The Center-Right Coalition (Italian: coalizione di centro-destra) is an informal electoral coalition of center-right, right-wing and far-right Italian political parties resulting from an electoral alliance. Under different names - "Pôle des libertés - Pôle du bonne gouvernement", "Pôle pour les libertés", "House of freedoms" -, it participated in the general elections of 1994, 1996, 2001, 2006, 2008, 2013 and 2018.

History

Launch

The coalition was founded by Silvio Berlusconi in view of the 1994 general elections with right-wing parties such as the National Alliance or the Northern League and with the participation of small center or center-right parties.

1994 General Election

1996 General Election

2001 General Election

General Election 2006

The coalition called Maison des libertés is composed as follows:

General Election 2008

The coalition is relaunched after the dissolution of the House of Liberties. In the general elections of 2008, the coalition, whose leader and candidate for the post of President of the Council is Silvio Berlusconi, includes the following parties:

General Election 2013

In the 2013 general elections, the coalition ran with Berlusconi as leader. It includes, among others:

General Election 2018

The coalition stood for re-election in the 2018 general elections. The coalition is composed, among others, of:

Election Results

Chamber of Deputies

Senate of the Republic

Notes and References

See also

Freedoms Pole - Good Government Pole Pole for freedoms house of freedoms Italian politics portal Liberalism portal Conservatism portal