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Future Republic

Future Republic
Repubblica Futura
PresidentMario Venturini
CoordinatorMatteo Fiorini
Founded2016 (2016) (electoral list)
24 February 2017 (2017-02-24) (party)
Merger ofPopular Alliance
Union for the Republic
HeadquartersStrada VI Gualdaria 14/a,
47893 Borgo Maggiore
Youth wingFuture Generation
IdeologyLiberalism
Centrism
Pro-Europeanism
Political positionCentre[1]
European affiliationEuropean Democratic Party
Colours  Blue
  White
Grand and General Council
Website
repubblicafutura.sm

Future Republic (Italian: Repubblica Futura, RF) is a centrist[1] political party in San Marino and one of the five current governing parties in San Marino with Democratic Socialist Left and Civic 10.

The party was formed on the 24th and 25 February 2017 by a merger of the Popular Alliance (AP) and the Union for the Republic (UPR).

The youth wing of the party is Future Generation (Italian: Generazione Futura).

Overview

For the 2016 election, the Popular Alliance (AP) and the Union for the Republic (UPR) formed a coalition and ran under the winning Adesso.sm alliance. They received 11 seats.

One of the 11 Grand Councillors, Margherita Amici, is part of the delegation of San Marino to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.

Within the State Congress, two Secretaries of State are from Future Republic: Nicola Renzi as Secretary of State for Foreign, Political Affairs and Justice and Marco Podeschi as Secretary of State for Education, Culture, University, Justice, Research, Information, Sport, Innovation and Relations with the Azienda Autonoma di Stato per i Servizi Pubblici.

Following this electoral success, the two parties decided in February 2017 to merge and create a new party.[2]

Future Republic is a member of the European Democratic Party.[3]

Electoral history

Grand and General Council
Election Leader Votes % Seats +/- Government
2016 Mario Venturini 1,865 9.60 (#4)
Increase 6 Coalition
2019 1,850 10.29 (#5)
Decrease 5 Opposition

References

  1. ^ a b Nordsieck, Wolfram (2019). "San Marino". Parties and Elections in Europe. Retrieved 2020.
  2. ^ "Repubblica Futura verso l'Assemblea Costituente - Repubblica Futura". Repubblica Futura (in Italian). 16 February 2017. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ Democrats, European (30 June 2017). "Membership request from @Rep_Futura has just been accepted by the #EDPCouncil in #Coimbra. Welcome! #EuropeanDemocrats #EDPCoimbrapic.twitter.com/99rRjorGZg". @PDE_EDP. Retrieved 2017.[non-primary source needed]

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