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Sardinian regional election, 1969

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Sardinian regional election, 1969

The Sardinian regional election of 1969 took place on 15 June 1969.

After the election Giovanni Del Rio, the incumbent Christian Democratic President, formed a new government that lasted only some months and was succeeded by a succession of governments that sometimes included the Italian Socialist Party, the Sardinian Action Party and the Italian Democratic Socialist Party.[1]


Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 329,835 44.6 36
Italian Communist Party 146,155 19.8 15
Italian Socialist PartyItalian Democratic Socialist Party 87,650 11.9 9
Italian Liberal Party 33,484 4.5 3
Italian Socialist Party of Proletarian Unity 32,810 4.4 3
Sardinian Action Party 32,395 4.4 3
Italian Social Movement 26,671 3.6 2
Italian Democratic Party of Monarchist Unity 22,620 3.1 2
Italian Republican PartyAutonomist Sardist Party 22,187 3.0 1
Others 5,845 0.7 -
Total 740,477 100.0 74

Sources: Istituto Cattaneo


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