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National Alliance, Italy

Alleanza Nazionale

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image by M. Schmöger, 12 July 2002

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Founded, 27 January 1995; Dissolved, 22 March 2009 -

A right-wing party
G. Vacca, 22 September 1997

AN ("Alleanza Nazionale" = National Alliance - The AN is the successor party of the old MSI (Movimento Sociale Italiano), a neo-fascist party. Under the leadership of Gianfranco Fini the MSI renamed to AN in 1994 (including other forces of the right), and has struggled to be accepted as a modern right-conservative party rather than a neo-fascist party. The more radical wing of the old MSI has constituted itself as MSI-Fiamma Tricolore. This development is similar to the development of the old PCI via PDS to the DS, including the separation of the radical wing of the old PCI as Rifondazione Comunista. The AN currently holds 99 out of 630 seats in the Chamber of Deputies (Camera dei Deputati) and 45 out of 325 in the Senate (Senato). In the European Parliament the AN is part of the UEN (Union for Europe of the Nations) group of euro-sceptical parties (together with the French "Rassemblement pour la France", the Irish "Fianna Fáil", the Portuguese "CDS-Partido Popular" and the Danish "Dansk Folkeparti").
The statute describes the symbol (logo) of the party at
"Art. 1 - L' emblema di Alleanza Nazionale è costituito dalla scritta bianca Alleanza Nazionale su fondo azzurro e da una Fiamma Tricolore (verde, bianco, rosso) su base trapezoidale contenete la sigla MSI in giallo-oro su fondo rosso." (The emblem of the Alleanza Nazionale consists of the white inscription Alleanza Nazionale on a blue field and a tricolored flame (green, white, red) on a trapezoid base containing the abbreviation MSI in golden-yellow on a red field.) The logo obviously refers to the roots of the AN in the old MSI.
The flag is blue over white, with the logo at the bottom and the white inscription "Alleanza Nazionale" at the top. It comes in two sizes, the bigger one (150 x 250 cm) can be bought for 31 EURO at
Photos of the flag at: ,, 24.jpg, 29.jpg, 30.jpg,,,, Comizio1.jpg, and
M. Schmöger, 19 and 27 July 2002

Alleanza Nazionale party (at the right side of the spectrum, and currently 2nd biggest partner in the government coalition) tried once to use the elephant in an election coalition, together with Mr. Segni' s "Pact for Italy" but the poll result was discouraging and therefore the symbol was dropped. See
Alessio F. Bragadini, 20 July 2002

Azione Giovani (Action Youth)

image by Eugene Ipavec, 27 January 2008

image by Eugene Ipavec, 27 January 2008

The youth organization of the AN (Alleanza nazionale) is the AG (Azione Giovani = Action Juveniles The AG has its own flag. The flag is white, shows the logo and some inscriptions. Fotos at, SerieB2.jpg, SerieB3.jpg, SerieB4.jpg and Logo at Beside their own flag members of the AG obviously does use also flags with the celtic cross. See fotos at, 27.jpg, 32.jpg and 35.jpg.
M. Schmöger, 27 July 2002

There's a picture on the Colombian newspaper El Espectador published today, where some right-wing Italians cheering for the dismisal of Romano Prodi as Italian Prime Minister. In the picture one can see several flags being waived, amont them the National Alliance (Alleanza Nazionale) and what seems to be its youth movement. On the picture one can read Azione Giovani (Youth Action).
E.R., 25 January 2008

A more common variant appears at - white with larger logo.
Eugene Ipavec, 27 January 2008

A white flag with the logo of Azione Giovani (Youth Action) was offered for sale at the "specialized" online flag store Mussolini.NET as Predappio Tricolore Souvenir as "BANDIERA B7 Azione Giovani", with a photo showing the middle of it (no edge visible, not possible to determine the relative size of the emblem) and measurements given as 132 x 96 cm.

The emblem consists of a black hand holding a torch with the MSF tricolor flame, billowing flywards, and the lettering "Azione Giovani" set into two lines of sans-serif slanted capitals, bold over light.
Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin, 13 October 2010

Azione Giovani (AG) was the youth organization of the Alleanza Nazionale (the main successor to the Movimento Sociale Italiano) and has no links to the MSFT or FSN. The white flag with torch and tricolor flame was the main version used by the AG, there were a few others as well, though.
M. Schmöger
, 19 December 2010