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Sardinian regional election, 1994

The Sardinian regional election of 1994 took place on 12 and 26 June 1994.

The election was won by the Progressives and Federico Palomba (Democratic Party of the Left) was President of the Region for the 1994–1999 term with the support of centrist and regionalist parties.

Results

Coalitions and parties votes
1st round
votes (%)
1st round
votes
2nd round
votes (%)
2nd round
seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Sardinian Progressives 259,485 29.8 298,718 42.7 8 21
Democratic Party of the Left 168,062 18.1 - - 13
Communist Refoundation Party 55,156 5.6 - - 4
Democratic Federation 48,404 5.2 - - 4
Democratic AllianceFederation of the Greens 26,969 2.9 - - -
Pole of Freedoms 265,131 30.5 248,145 36.6 6 22
Forza Italia 195,206 21.1 - - 14
National Alliance 102,594 11.1 - - 8
Christian Democratic Centre 14,240 1.5 - - -
Italian People's Party 133,286 15.3 140,588 20.7 2 11
Italian People's Party 149,725 16.2 - - 11
Patto Segni 129,761 14.9 - - - 6
Patto Segni 85,721 9.2 - - 6
Italian Republican Party 8,467 0.9 - - -
Sardinian Action Party 59,277 6.8 - - - 4
Sardinian Action Party 47,000 5.1 - - 4
Sardinia Nation 23,368 2.7 - - - -
Sardinia Nation 10,984 1.2 - - -
Total 870,308 100.0 678,451 100.0 16 64

Sources: La Repubblica

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