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Sardinian regional election, 2009


Sardinian regional election, 2009

The Sardinian regional election of 2009 took place on 15-16 February 2009.

Ugo Cappellacci, the centre-right candidate, defeated Renato Soru, the centre-left incumbent President, by a large margin and The People of Freedom was by far the largest party. The combined result of the regionalist parties, after the merger with Sardinia Project into the Democratic Party, was 21.9%.


Candidates and parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
prov. lists
Ugo Cappellacci 502,084 51.9 9 44
The People of Freedom 246,369 30.2 25
Union of the Centre 73,760 9.0 7
Sardinian Reformers 55,404 6.8 5
Sardinian Action Party 34,990 4.3 4
Sardinian Democratic UnionNPSI 28,450 3.5 2
Movement for AutonomyThe RightPPS 18,376 2.3 1
Renato Soru 415,600 42.9 1 26
Democratic Party 202,067 24.8 18
Italy of Values 41,138 5.0 3
Communist Refoundation Party 25,778 3.2 2
Red MoorsGreens 20,769 2.5 1
Party of Italian Communists 15,597 1.9 1
Democratic LeftMovement for the LeftUlS 13,391 1.6 1
Gavino Sale 29,640 3.1 - -
Independence Republic of Sardinia 16,868 2.1 -
Peppino Balia 15,037 1.6 - -
Socialist Party 19,044 2.3 -
Gianfranco Sollai 5,316 0.6 - -
Sardinia NationTo the Left for Independence–oth. 3,666 0.5 -
Total 967,677 100.0 10 70
Source: Regional Council of Sardinia

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