Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party

Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party

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The Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party (; , PATT) is a regionalist Christian-democratic Italian political party based in Trentino.


The party was founded in 1948 as Trentino Tyrolean People's Party (PPTT). In 1982 a split between the conservative wing, led by Franco Tretter, and the centrist wing of the party, led by longstanding leader Enrico Pruner, occurred. The first group retained the name of the party but then changed it to Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Union (UATT), while second one took the name of Integral Autonomy. In 1988 the two groups were re-united and formed the PATT.

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In the 1993 provincial election the party had its best result ever (20.2%), thanks to the crisis of Christian Democracy (DC), and its leader Carlo Andreotti was President of the Province of Trento for the successive five years, at the head of a coalition composed of the PATT and the Italian People's Party, one of the successors of DC, and some minor parties.

In 1998 the party suffered a reatret to 12.4%, due to the big result of the newly-formed Daisy Civic List (22.2%), with which it entered in coalition. Despite this the PATT formed an alliance with the House of Freedoms and especially Lega Nord Trentino for the 2001 general election, but Giacomo Bezzi was narrowly defeated in the single-seat-constituency of Lavis.

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