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image by M. Schmöger, 15 July 2002
Logo of "Rinnovamento Italiano". It belongs to the
The Olive Tree
(L'Ulivo) coalition (currently in opposition). All these parties
belong to the sub-coalition "Margherita".
M. Schmöger, 15 July 2002
"Rinnovamento Italiano" (Italian Renewal, a.k.a. Lista Dini www.rinnovamento.it) - "Rinnovamento Italiano" is one of the "one-man band" parties emerging in Italy in the 1990ies. Its founder (and also leader up to now) Lamberto Dini was prime minister of a technocratic government 1994-1996, and founded the party (originally called "Lista Dini") for the 1996 elections. It took part in the "L'Ulivo" coalition in 1996 (in a sub-coalition with the SDI) and 2001 (in the "Margherita" sub-coalition). In the two parliamentary chambers the "Rinnovamento" members are part of the "Margherita" group.
The logo of "Rinnovamento Italiano" shows on a blue
field a triangle in the national colors, above that the
inscription "LISTA DEL RINNOVAMENTO ITALIANO", around
the logo 15 yellow stars. I have sent a gif of the logo on 15
July. I don't know if the "Rinnovamento Italiano" has a
M. Schmöger, 1 August 2002