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Sardinian regional election, 1999

The Sardinian regional election of 1999 took place on 13 and 27 June 1999.

The centre-right led by Mauro Pili won the election but was short of a clear majority and in fact Pili, who was appointed President of the Region as leader of the coalition, was soon replaced and by a succession of centre-right governments.

Results

Candidates and parties votes
1st round
votes (%)
1st round
votes
2nd round
votes (%)
2nd round
seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Mauro Pili 371,816 48.1 369,164 53.7 9 28
Forza Italia 169,470 19.7 - - 13
National Alliance 85,201 9.9 - - 7
Sardinian Reformers 38,259 4.4 - - 3
Christian Democratic Centre 34,866 4.0 - - 3
New Movement 28,771 3.3 - - 2
Gian Mario Selis 243,839 31.5 318,122 46.3 7 30
Democrats of the Left 122,675 14.2 - - 10
Italian People's Party 87,566 10.2 - - 7
Democratic Federation 49,584 5.8 - - 4
The Democrats 46,857 5.8 - - 4
United Socialists 43,250 5.0 - - 3
Communist Refoundation Party 31,713 3.7 - - 2
Party of Italian Communists 18,257 2.1 - - -
Federation of the Greens 15,833 1.8 - - -
Franco Meloni 64,420 8.3 - - - 3
Sardinian Action Party 38,422 4.5 - - 3
Mario Floris 47,697 6.2 - - - 3
Sardinian Democratic Union 35,177 4.1 - - 3
Bustiano Cumpostu 45,207 5.8 - - - -
Sardinia Nation 15,283 1.8 - - -
Others 807 0.1 - - - -
Total 772,979 100.0 687,286 100.0 16 64

Sources: La Repubblica

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