Sardinian regional election, 1989

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The Sardinian regional election of 1989 took place on 11 June 1989.

After the election a centre-left government composed of Christian Democracy, the Italian Socialist Party and the Italian Democratic Socialist Party was formed. The position of President of the Region was held by Mario Floris (1989–1991) and Antonello Cabras (1991–1994).[1]

Results

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 361,116 35.0 29
Italian Communist Party 239,202 23.2 19
Italian Socialist Party 144,505 14.0 12
Sardinian Action Party 127,765 12.5 10
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 47,735 4.6 4
Italian Republican PartyItalian Liberal Party 40,400 3.9 3
Italian Social Movement 36,583 3.5 3
Green List 28,634 2.8 -
Others 6,343 0.6 -
Total 1,032,583 100.0 80

Sources: Regional Council of Sardinia and Istituto Cattaneo

References

  1. ^ http://www.consregsardegna.it/Manuale%20consiliare/Tomo%20II/Parte%20II/Giunte%20regionali.asp


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