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The Italian Social Movement (Movimento Sociale Italiano) (MSI) was a neo-Fascist party formed in the post-World War II period by supporters of the executed dictator Benito Mussolini. It is now defunct and most of its members joined the more moderate Alleanza Nazionale, or "National Alliance."


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The Italian Social Movement (Movimento sociale italiano) (MSI) was a neo-Fascist party formed 1946 in the post-World War II period by supporters of the executed dictator Benito Mussolini under the lead of Giorgio Almirante.
For many of its supporters, MSI was both a reference to the Italian Social Republic, a Nazi puppet state in northern Italy also known as the Republic of Salò, and could also mean "Mussolini sei immortale", or "Mussolini you are immortal".
The neofascist Movimento Sociale Italiano was relegated to a state of paralegality because it refused to acknowledge the legitimacy of the new republic; it was therefore found at once inside and outside the post-war party system.
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