|Preceded by||National Blocs|
The National List (Italian: Lista Nazionale) also known as Listone (literally "Big List") was a Fascist and nationalist coalition of political parties in Italy put together for the 1924 general election, and led by Benito Mussolini, Prime Minister of Italy and leader of the National Fascist Party.
The List was composed mainly by Fascist members but also by some Liberals like former Prime Ministers Vittorio Emanuele Orlando and Antonio Salandra, by politicians form the Italian Nationalist Association like its leader Enrico Corradini, some populars which were expelled from the PPI and other right-wing forces.
In the 1924 general election the National List become the first party in the country with 65.7% of votes and 374 seats in the Chamber of Deputies.
|National Fascist Party||Fascism||Benito Mussolini|
|Italian People's Party||Christian democracy||Alcide De Gasperi (dissident)|
|Italian Liberal Party||Liberal conservatism||Giovanni Giolitti|
|Democratic Liberal Party||Liberalism||Vittorio Emanuele Orlando|
|Chamber of Deputies|