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Mixed Group (Italian: Gruppo Misto, GM) is a parliamentary group active in both houses of the Italian Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. The groups comprise all the deputies and the senators, respectively, who are not members of any other parliamentary group. For them, membership of the Mixed Groups is the default option.[1][2]

Mixed Group

Gruppo Misto
Chamber of Deputies
29 / 630
Senate
16 / 321

Members of the Mixed Groups may form sub-groups reflecting their party affiliation. Three deputies are needed for the formation of a sub-group in the Chamber, while individual senators can form sub-groups in the Senate.

Composition since 2018Edit

During the 18th Legislature, as of April 2018, the group is composed by the following members:[3][4]

Chamber of DeputiesEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2018 Current
Popular Civic ListAPPSIAC Centrism 4
Linguistic Minorities (SVPPATT) Regionalism 4 4
Us with ItalyUSEI[a] Christian democracy 4 4
More EuropeCD Liberalism 3 3
Cambiamo!10 Times Better[b] Liberal conservatism 7
Associative Movement Italians Abroad[c] Centrism 3
Others, non-party independents 7 8
Total 22 29
  1. ^ Named just Us with Italy at the beginning of the Legislature. The USEI member joined later on.
  2. ^ The sub-group includes three deputies ejected from the Five Star Movement.
  3. ^ The sub-group Associative Movement Italians Abroad includes two deputies ejected from the Five Star Movement.

Senate of the RepublicEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2018 Current
Free and Equal Social democracy 4 5
PSIMAIEUSEI Centrism 3
More Europe Liberalism 1 1
Associative Movement Italians Abroad Centrism 2
Italian Socialist Party Social democracy
South American Union Italian Emigrants Centrism
Others, non-party independents 4 7
Total 12 15

Composition 2013–2018Edit

As of March 2018, the Groups included 62 deputies and 28 senators. The then President of the Chamber of Deputies, Laura Boldrini, belonged to the Mixed Group.[5]

At the end of the 17th Legislature, the group was composed by the following members:[6][7]

Chamber of DeputiesEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2013 MPs 2018
Linguistic Minorities (SVPPATTSA) Regionalism 5 6
Democratic Centre Christian left 5
Italian Socialist PartyPLI Social democracy 4 3
Italians Abroad (MAIEUSEI) Centrism 3
Civics and InnovatorsEpI Centrism 14
Direction Italy Liberal conservatism 10
Union of the CentreIdeA Christian democracy 6
Free Alternative Direct democracy 5
Others, non-party independents 1 18
Total 18 62

Senate of the RepublicEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2013 MPs 2018
Left Ecology Freedom / Italian Left Democratic socialism 7 7
Italy of Values Populism 2
Together for Italy Liberalism 2
Brothers of Italy National conservatism 1
Progressive Camp Progressivism 1
X Movement Populism 1
Civic Liguria Liberalism 1
More Apulia Movement Regionalism 1
Others, non-party independents 4 12
Total 11 28

Composition 2008–2013Edit

At the end of the 16th Legislature, the group was composed by the following members:[8][9]

Chamber of DeputiesEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2008 MPs 2013
Movement for the Autonomies Regionalism 8 4
Linguistic Minorities (SVPALD) Regionalism 3 3
Great South–PPA Regionalism 10
Free ItalyLiberals for ItalyItalian Liberal Party Liberalism 10
Rights and Freedom Social democracy 5
Democratic Centre Centrism 4
FareItalia for the Popular Constituent National conservatism 4
Italian Republican Party Liberalism 4
Liberal DemocratsMAIE Centrism 3
Autonomy SouthSouthern League Ausonia Autonomism 3
Liberal Initiative Liberalism 3
Others, non-party independents 3 18
Total 14 53

Senate of the RepublicEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2008 MPs 2013
Movement for the Autonomies Regionalism 2 3
Common People's Territorial Movement Federalism 2
Democratic Participation Centrism 2
Italian Republican Party Liberalism 1
Rights and Freedom Social democracy 1
Autonomist Socialist Movement Autonomism 1
Pensioner's Party Pensioners' interests 1
Democratic Union for Consumers Centrism 1
Others, non-party independents 4 6
Total 6 18

Composition 2006–2008Edit

At the end of the 15th Legislature, the group was composed by the following members:[10][11]

Chamber of DeputiesEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2006 MPs 2008
Movement for the Autonomies Regionalism 5 6
Linguistic Minorities (SVPPATTALD) Regionalism 5 5
The Right National conservatism 4
Others, non-party independents 3 8
Total 13 18

Senate of the RepublicEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2006 MPs 2008
Italy of Values Anti-corruption 5 3
Autonomies (SVPRV) Regionalism 4
UDEUR Populars Christian democracy 3 2
Movement for the Autonomies Regionalism 2
Christian Democracy for the Autonomies Christian democracy 2
Southern Democratic Party Autonomism 1 1
The Right National conservatism 3
Socialist Party Social democracy 3
Liberal Democrats Liberalism 3
Democratic Union for Consumers Centrism 2
Italians in the World Centrism 1
Citizens' Political Movement Populism 1
Critical Left Trotskyism 1
Popular Civic Federative Movement Christian democracy 1
Others, non-party independents 7 10
Total 24 32

Composition 2001–2006Edit

At the end of the 14th Legislature, the group was composed by the following members:[12][13]

Chamber of DeputiesEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2001 MPs 2006
Party of Italian Communists Communism 10 10
Italian Democratic Socialists Social democracy 9 11
Federation of the Greens Green politics 8 7
Linguistic Minorities (SVPUV) Regionalism 5 5
New Italian Socialist Party Social democracy 3 6
Union of Democrats for Europe Christian democracy 11
Democratic Ecologists Ecologism 4
European Republicans Movement Social liberalism 3
Others, non-party independents 7 7
Total 41 64

Senate of the RepublicEdit

Sub-group Main ideology MPs 2001 MPs 2006
Italian Democratic Socialists Social democracy 6 6
Communist Refoundation Party Communism 4 4
Party of Italian Communists Communism 2 2
Lombard Alliance Regionalism 1 1
New Italian Socialist Party Social democracy 1 1
Italian Republican Party Social liberalism 1 1
Tricolour Flame Neo-fascism 1 1
Freedom and Justice for the Olive Tree Social democracy 1 2
Lombard Territory Movement Regionalism 1
Union of Democrats for Europe Christian democracy 5
Italy of Values Anti-corruption 2
House of Freedoms Conservatism 1
Christian Democracy for the Autonomies Christian democracy 1
Others, non-party independents 5 7
Total 23 34

Composition 1996–2001Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Regolamento della Camera dei Deputati
  2. ^ Regolamento del Senato della Repubblica
  3. ^ Gruppo Misto – XVIII Legislatura Camera
  4. ^ Gruppo Misto – XVIII Legislatura Senato
  5. ^ "House Speaker Boldrini quits SI - English". ANSA.it. 2017-03-03. Retrieved 2017-09-22.
  6. ^ Gruppo Misto – XVII Legislatura Camera
  7. ^ Gruppo Misto – XVII Legislatura Senato
  8. ^ Gruppo Misto – XVI Legislatura Camera
  9. ^ Gruppo Misto – XVI Legislatura Senato
  10. ^ Gruppo Misto – XV Legislatura Camera
  11. ^ Gruppo Misto – XV Legislatura Senato
  12. ^ Gruppo Misto – XIV Legislatura Camera
  13. ^ Gruppo Misto – XIV Legislatura Senato
  14. ^ Gruppo Misto – XIII Legislatura Camera
  15. ^ Gruppo Misto – XIII Legislatura Senato