National Action (Italy)
|Founded||9 November 2015|
|Dissolved||18 February 2017|
|Preceded by||Future and Freedom for Italy|
|Merged into||National Movement for Sovereignty|
Its members initially insisted that National Action, whose acronym is intentionally identical to that of the defunct National Alliance, was not a party, but a cultural association. The new AN's mentors were Gianfranco Fini (founder and leader of National Alliance, minister of Foreign Affairs, deputy prime minister and president of the Chamber of Deputies) and Gianni Alemanno (former leading member of National Alliance, minister of Agricolture and mayor of Rome).
National Action includes people affiliated to several groups, notably including FreeRight (a liberal-conservative association led by Fini), Italy First (a national- and social-conservative party led by Alemanno) and Alto Adige in the Heart (a regional party led by Alessandro Urzì in South Tyrol), and various individuals previously active in the old AN.