National Front (Italy, 1990)

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The National Front (Fronte Nazionale, FN) was a neo-fascist political party in Italy.

It was founded in 1990 by Franco Freda and adopted a policy against 'racial mixing' and immigration, whilst also opposing Zionism, what it called 'cosmo-politics', and the influence of the United States and international finance.[1] The group published an economic journal L'antibancor,[1] as well as Rubric, a members' bulletin.[2] It became moribund after the 1995 conviction of Freda and 49 other members of the party under the Scelba Law which banned the refoundation of the National Fascist Party.[1][3]


  1. 1 2 3 Italy December 1999
  2. Antisemitism World Report 1994, Institute of Jewish Affairs, 1994, p. 51
  3. F.G.Freda , I lupi azzurri. Documenti del Fronte Nazionale , Edizioni di Ar, 2001
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