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Civil Revolution
Rivoluzione Civile
PresidentAntonio Ingroia
Founded29 December 2012
Dissolved2 April 2013
HeadquartersVia Marche 72 00187 Rome
Left-wing populism
Internal factions:
Green politics[1]
Hard Euroscepticism
Political positionLeft-wing
ColoursRed, Orange

Civil Revolution (Italian: Rivoluzione Civile, RC) was a left-wing coalition of political parties in Italy.

The coalition was headed by Antonio Ingroia, a former anti-mafia prosecutor of Palermo from 1992 to 2012 and then director of a UN investigation into illegal drug trade in Guatemala in 2012.

The foundation of RC was preceded by the manifesto Io ci sto, presented by Ingroia on 21 December in Rome. Among the signatories of this appeal were Franco Battiato, Fiorella Mannoia, Luigi de Magistris, Leoluca Orlando, Milly Moratti, Massimiliano Bruno, Max Paiella, Sabina Guzzanti, Vauro and Enrico Fierro.[2] The coalition had an anti-corruption platform.[3]

In the 2013 general election the party obtained 2.2% of the vote, returning no seats in the Italian Parliament.[3][4] Soon after RC was dissolved on 2 April 2013,[3] and Ingroia launched Civil Action, a non-party association.[5]


Civil Revolution was founded on 29 December 2012 in Rome by Ingroia and the following parties:[6]

Party Ideology Leader
Italy of Values (IdV) Anti-corruption Antonio Di Pietro
Communist Refoundation Party (PRC) Communism Paolo Ferrero
Party of Italian Communists (PdCI) Communism Oliviero Diliberto
Federation of the Greens (FdV) Green politics Angelo Bonelli
The Network 2018 (LR2018) Anti-corruption Leoluca Orlando
Orange Movement (MA) Anti-corruption Luigi de Magistris

Subsequently, the following parties joined RC:

Electoral results

Italian Parliament

Chamber of Deputies
Election year # of
overall votes
% of
overall vote
# of
overall seats won
+/– Leader
2013 765,172 2.25
0 / 630
Antonio Ingroia
Election year # of
overall votes
% of
overall vote
# of
overall seats won
+/– Leader
2013 549,987 1.79
0 / 315
Antonio Ingroia



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