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Sicilian regional election, 1986

The Sicilian regional election of 1986 took place on 22 June 1986.

Christian Democracy was by far the largest party, largely ahead of the Italian Communist Party. Christian Democrat Rino Nicolosi was President of the Region for the whole legislature, albeit at the head of different coalitions, that included the Italian Socialist Party for most of the time.[1]

Results

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 1,109,570 38.8 36
Italian Communist Party 553,629 19.3 19
Italian Socialist Party 429,660 15.0 14
Italian Social Movement 262,279 9.2 8
Italian Republican Party 145,408 5.1 5
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 122,495 4.3 4
Italian Liberal Party 80,241 2.8 3
Proletarian Democracy 36,260 1.3 1
PRIPSDIPLI[2] 21,232 0.7 -
Others 96,187 3.3 -
Total 2,856,961 100.0 90

Sources: Sicilian Regional Assembly

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