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The Amnesty Justice Freedom List (Italian: Lista Amnistia Giustizia Libertà) was a libertarian electoral list active in Italy from 2012. The list was the successor of the Bonino-Pannella List, active from 2009 to 2012.

Amnesty Justice Freedom List

Lista Amnistia Giustizia Libertà
LeaderMarco Pannella
Founded2012
Dissolved2013
Preceded byBonino-Pannella List
IdeologyLiberalism
Libertarianism
Pro-Europeanism
National affiliationItalian Radicals

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HistoryEdit

In the 2013 general elections, the Radicals, unlike what happened in the previous national elections, do not appear on the PD lists and present themselves independently from the center-left coalition with the Amnesty Justice Freedom List, denouncing the poor state of prisons and Italian justice and proposing an amnesty as a solution. However, the list only gets 0.19% in the House and 0.20% in the Senate, far from the threshold for non-coalition parties and therefore remaining outside parliament. At the contemporary regional elections the Amnesty Justice Freedom List is presented only in Lazio by nominating the outgoing regional councilor Giuseppe Rossodivita to the presidency. The list stops at 0.39% while the candidate gets 0.44%.

Electoral resultsEdit

Italian ParliamentEdit

Chamber of Deputies
Election year # of
overall votes
% of
overall vote
# of
overall seats won
+/– Leader
2013 64,732 (#19) 0.2
0 / 630
Marco Pannella
Senate of the Republic
Election year # of
overall votes
% of
overall vote
# of
overall seats won
+/– Leader
2013 63,149 (#18) 0.2
0 / 315
Marco Pannella

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