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Molise regional election, 2011

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Molise

The Molise regional election of 2011 took place on 16–17 October 2011.

Michele Iorio (PdL) narrowly defeated Paolo Frattura (PD) and secured a third consecutive term as President of Molise.

In May 2012 a tribunal declared the election invalid due to irregularities committed by Iorio and his centre-right coalition. Unless an appeal filed by the centre-right is accepted, a new election will be held in October.[1] Finally, the Italian Council of State confirmed this election as invalid on 29 October 2012 and the new elections will be held on January 2013.

Results

Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Michele Iorio 89,142 46.94 3 15
The People of Freedom 33,911 18.86 5
Project Molise 17,117 9.51 2
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 12,193 6.78 2
Alliance of the Centre 12,113 6.73 2
Great South 11,755 6.53 2
Civil Molise 7,940 4.41 1
UDEUR–Populars for the South 6,332 3.52 1
Paolo Frattura 87,637 46.15 1 11
Democratic Party 17,735 9.86 3
Italy of Values 15,907 8.84 3
Alliance for Italy 11,354 6.31 1
Italian Socialist Party 8,246 4.58 1
Democratic Participation 7,623 4.23 1
Left Ecology Freedom 6,961 3.87 1
Federation of the Left 4,977 2.76 1
Antonio Federico 10,650 5.60 0
Five Star Movement 4,083 2.27 0
Giovancarmine Mancini 2,458 1.29 0
The Right–Laical Pole (New PSIPSDI) 1,556 0.86 0
Total 189,887 100.00 4 26

Sources: Ministry of the Interior – Historical Archive of Elections

References

  1. ^ http://archiviostorico.corriere.it/2012/maggio/18/Tar_annulla_Regionali_del_Molise_co_8_120518030.shtml


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