The Italian Socialists (Socialisti Italiani, SI) were a minor social-democratic political party in Italy active in Italy from 1994 to 1998.
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... The Socialists who did not align with the other parties organized themselves in two groups the Italian Socialists (SI) of Enrico Boselli, Ottaviano Del Turco, Roberto Villetti, Riccardo ... The SI eventually merged with other Socialist splinter groups to form the Italian Democratic Socialists (SDI) in 1998, while the FL merged with PDS to form the Democrats of the Left (DS) later on ... Between 1994 and 1996, many former Socialists joined Forza Italia, as did Giulio Tremonti, Franco Frattini, Massimo Baldini and Luigi Cesaro ...
... The party contested the 1994 general election within the Pact for Italy coalition, along with the Italian People's Party and with Mario Segni as candidate for Prime Minister ... Poggiolini and Carla Mazzuca), Liberals (Valerio Zanone, Pietro Milio and Luigi Compagna), Socialists (Giuliano Amato, Giulio Tremonti and Claudio Nicolini), Social Democrats (Enrico ... the Pact formed a list named Pact of Democrats, along with the Italian Socialists and Democratic Alliance, gaining mixed results and in November to ...
... The Socialist League (Italian Lega Socialista, LS) was a tiny social-democratic party in Italy ... In 1998 they joined the Italian Socialists and other Socialist components to form the Italian Democratic Socialists, of which Martelli was elected deputy leader in 1999 ... In 2001 the Socialist League joined the Socialist Party to form the New Italian Socialist Party, allied with the centre-right ...
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