Rainbow Aosta Valley
Launched in 2003, the coalition was composed of the Federation of the Greens (whose local section, the Alternative Greens, VAVdA, was particularly strong in the Region), the Communist Refoundation Party, the Party of Italian Communists, Democratic Left and some local far-left groups. In the 2003 regional election the coalition won 7.9% of the vote and three regional councillors. In the 2008 regional election it obtained 5.6% of the vote and no regional councillors.
In 2010 the VAVdA, which had been part of Autonomy Liberty Democracy in general elections since 2006, distanced from the far left and were merged into a new party named Autonomy Liberty Participation Ecology (ALPE), along with other two progressive parties, Valdostan Renewal and Vallée d'Aoste Vive.
- "Si Vota Per Eleggere Il Consiglio Regionale Della Valle D'Aosta" (in Italian). Regione Autonoma Valle d'Aosta. March 25, 2008. Archived from the original on May 29, 2008.
- Tartaglione, Elena (February 6, 2010). "Nasce Alpe, nuova coalizione politica autonomista-progressista" (in Italian). AostaSera.it.
- Pellissier, Cristian (February 6, 2010). "Renouveau Valdôtain, VdA Vive e Verdi si sciolgono in un partito unico: i Verdi dicono di sì" (in Italian). AostaSera.it.
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