The Republican Progressive Democratic Front (Italian: Fronte Democratico Progressista Repubblicano) was a political coalition in the Aosta Valley, formed ahead of the 1946 Italian Constituent Assembly election. Aosta Valley had just been declared an autonomous province by the government of Italy to prevent a risk of annexation by De Gaulle's France, and a special FPTP electoral constituency was created. The Front obtained 21,853 votes (51.79%) of the votes in the Aosta Valley and won the sole seat of the constituency. Giulio Bordon was the FDPR parliamentarian. Bordon sat in the Autonomist group in the Constituent Assembly together with the Action Party.
|Italian Socialist Party (PSI)||Socialism||Pietro Nenni|
|Italian Communist Party (PCI)||Communism||Palmiro Togliatti|
|Italian Republican Party (PRI)||Republicanism||Randolfo Pacciardi|
|Action Party (PdA)||Liberal socialism||Riccardo Lombardi|
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- Only in Aosta Valley.
- Bauer, Roland. Sprachsoziologische Studien zur Mehrsprachigkeit im Aostatal: mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der externen Sprachgeschichte. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer, 1999. p. 165
- Italian Ministry of Interior. Assemblea costituente 02/06/1946 | Area AOSTA
- La Camera dei Deputati. BORDON Giulio
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