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Sardinian regional election, 1979

The Sardinian regional election of 1979 took place on 17 June 1979.

After the election Alessandro Ghinami, member of the Italian Democratic Socialist Party formed a government which included Christian Democracy and the Italian Socialist Party. However, as soon as in 1980 the Socialists and the Democratic Socialists switched sides and formed a new coalition with the Italian Communist Party and the Sardinian Action Party. The government was led by Socialist Francesco Rais (1980–1982) and Sardist Mario Melis (1982). In 1982 the Christian Democrats returned at the head of the regional government with Angelo Rojch as President, in coalition with the Socialists, the Democratic Socialists and the Italian Republican Party.[1]

Results

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 343,208 37.7 32
Italian Communist Party 238,881 26.3 22
Italian Socialist Party 101,429 11.2 9
Italian Social Movement 48,695 5.4 4
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 42,304 4.7 4
Sardinian Action Party 30,238 3.3 3
Italian Republican Party 29,701 3.3 3
Radical Party 28,059 3.1 2
Italian Liberal Party 18,073 2.0 1
National Democracy 9,199 1.0 -
Proletarian Unity Party 8,589 0.9 -
Others 10,999 1.3 -
Total 909,375 100.0 80

Sources: Istituto Cattaneo

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