Partito della Rivoluzione Istaliana[?]
This page contains information about the Partito della Rivoluzione Istaliana.
This party is inactive.
The Party of the Istalian Revolution is a neo-Battistian political party in Istalia,
formed on 1 August 4045 in the wake of the Istalian Civil War. Despite primarily
consisting of nationalists, protectionists and statists, the party maintains no
formal ideology. However, it is frequently branded as left-wing populist by scholars.
Several leading PRI members have, controversially, expressed admiration for
the former Istalian dictator Antonio Battisti, whose PDS party was the legal forerunner
of the Party of the Istalian Revolution. The first PRI leader, Vittorio Albertini, was
a member of the PDS, and served as Prime Minister under Battisti from 4028 to 4032.
• Vittorio Albertini (4045 – 4050)
• Fenech Battisti (4050 – present)
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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You can view the party's proposed bills here.
This party has to vote on the following bills:
This is the voting[?] record of the Partito della Rivoluzione Istaliana.
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