The People of Freedom

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The People of Freedom (, PdL) is a centre-right political party in Italy. With the Democratic Party, it is one of the two major parties of the current Italian political system.

The party was launched by Silvio Berlusconi on 18 November 2007 and officially founded in a party congress on 27–29 March 2009, when Forza Italia and National Alliance were merged together. Apart from Berlusconi, the PdL is led by a secretary, Angelino Alfano, and two coordinators, Ignazio La Russa and Denis Verdini. Its leading members include Giulio Tremonti, Roberto Formigoni, Franco Frattini, Maurizio Sacconi, Gianni Alemanno, Mariastella Gelmini and Giancarlo Galan.

In coalition with Lega Nord, the party currently forms Italy's government.



Following the run-up to the 2006 general election there had been talk among the components of the House of Freedoms regarding a possible merger into a "united party of moderates and reformers". Forza Italia (FI), the National Alliance (AN) and the Union of Christian and Centre Democrats (UDC) all seemed interested in the project. Soon after the election, however, UDC leader Pier Ferdinando Casini started to distance his party from its historical allies. Another party of the coalition, Lega Nord, showed no interest in the idea, because of its character of regional party.

On 2 December 2006, during a big rally of the centre-right in Rome against Romano Prodi's government, Silvio Berlusconi proposed the foundation of a...
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