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Future and Freedom for Italy, Italy

Futuro e LibertÓ per l'Italia

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image by M. Schm÷ger, 16 April 2013

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FLI (Futuro e LibertÓ per l'Italia = Future and Freedom for Italy)

FLI is a conservative and centrist party in Italy, founded in 2010 as a split from Berlusconi's PdL. Its leader and most prominent member is Gianfranco Fini, former leader of the Alleanza Nazionale (AN). The party was part of Mario Monti's coalition in the February 2013 elections, but with a disappointing result (1 seat in the Camera dei Deputati, 2 seats in the Senato).
The mainly used flag [1,2,3,4,5] is white with one versions of the logo. The logo is blue in top, green in base, with a tricolour part in the lower right; in the top part the white inscription "FINI", in the lower part "Futuro e LibertÓ".

[1] flag photographed at the Milano party section, 25 May 2012

M. Schm÷ger, 16 April 2013