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Sardinian regional election, 1953

The Sardinian regional election of 1953 for the Second Council took place on 14 June 1953.

After the election Luigi Crespellani, the incumbent Christian Democratic President, was re-elected President by the Regional Council. He was later succeeded by Alfredo Corrias (1954–1955) and Giuseppe Brotzu (1955–1957).[1]

Results

Electoral system: proportional representation

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 254,619 41.0 30
Italian Communist Party 138,134 22.3 15
Italian Socialist Party 54,565 8.8 5
Monarchist National Party 53,352 8.6 5
Italian Social Movement 47,898 7.7 4
Sardinian Action Party 43,215 7.0 4
Italian Liberal PartyItalian Democratic Socialist Party 27,181 4.4 2
Others 1,303 0.2 -
Total 620,262 100.0 65

Sources: Istituto Cattaneo

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