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The Front of the Ordinary Man (in Italian: Fronte dell'Uomo Qualunque, UQ) was a short-lived national-liberal, poujadist and conservative party in Italy. Its leader was the Roman journalist Guglielmo Giannini, and its symbol was the banner of Giannini's newspaper.

The party was characterized by a very light structure based on local committees only, the Friends of the Ordinary Man. Its goals were the liberalism and the liberism; however, its political enemies accused the party to be a hiding place for former fascists.

In the 1946 general election the party took 4.4% and 30 members of the Italian Constituent Assembly). After that election, the party joined forces with the Italian Liberal Party in the National Bloc and fell into decline.

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