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We Independent Veneto

We Independent Veneto
Noi Veneto Indipendente
Leader Antonio Guadagnini
Founded 5 March 2014
Ideology Venetian nationalism
Politics of Veneto
Political parties

We Independent Veneto (Italian: Noi Veneto Indipendente, NVI) is a Venetist and separatist coalition in Veneto, Italy.

It leader is Antonio Guadagnini of Veneto State, who was elected to the Regional Council of Veneto in the 2015 regional election. Guadagnini, who was appointed Secretary of the Council soon after the election, is a member of the larger coalition led by Liga VenetaLega Nord and supports Luca Zaia's second government.


United for Independent Veneto

The coalition was originally launched as United for Independent Veneto (Uniti per il Veneto Indipendente) in Venice on 5 March 2014. Its founding parties were:[1][2]

We Independent Veneto

In July 2014 the coalition gave birth to We Independent Veneto, in prospect of the 2015 regional election as a joint list composed of:[3][4]

2015 regional election

After the exit of Chiavegato and his group from the alliance[6] and their alignment with Alessio Morosin's Venetian Independence, the remaining six parties of NVI formed a joint list for the 2015 regional election named Independence We Veneto with Zaia, a sort of re-edition of 2010's North-East Union, but with a separatist platform and in support of Luca Zaia, incumbent President of Veneto and candidate of Liga VenetaLega Nord.[7][8][9]

In the election, the list won 2.7% of the vote (0.2% more than Venetian Independence) and Antonio Guadagnini of Veneto State was elected regional councillor in the provincial constituency of Vicenza. Soon after being installed, Guadagnini, who was elected Vice President of the Regional Council of Veneto, formed a pro-independence "inter-group", which was joined from the start by Stefano Valdegamberi, re-elected councillor in Zaia's personal list, and Massimiliano Barison of Forza Italia.[10][11]


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External links

  • Official website
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