Article Four (Sicily)

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Article Four (Articolo Quattro, A4) was a regional centrist Italian political party active in Sicily.

The party, which functioned mainly as a group within the Sicilian Regional Assembly (ARS), was launched in July 2013 by a diverse bunch of regional deputies,[1] including many from the Union of the Centre (UdC), led by Lino Leanza, former floor leader of the party in the ARS and former deputy of the Movement for the Autonomies (MpA).[2]

In November 2014 Leanza left the party and launced Democratic Sicily.[3][4][5] Article Four was later merged into the Democratic Party.


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