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Sicilian regional election, 1991

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Sicilian regional election, 1991

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The Sicilian regional election of 1991 was held on 16 June 1991.

Christian Democracy resulted by far the largest party, while the Italian Socialist Party came second. These two parties continued to govern the Region at the head of different coalitions which comprised in different times the Democratic Party of the Left, the Italian Democratic Socialist Party, the Italian Republican Party and the Italian Liberal Party.


Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 1,228,002 42.4 39
Italian Socialist Party 450,294 15.6 15
Democratic Party of the Left 330,873 10.5 13
The Network 211,423 7.4 5
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 152,306 5.4 6
Italian Social Movement 138,732 4.9 6
Italian Republican Party 104,912 3.7 3
Communist Refoundation Party 91,826 3.3 1
Italian Liberal Party 79,562 2.8 2
Others 113,088 3.5 1
Total 2,900,018 100.0 90

Sources: Istituto Cattaneo and Sicilian Regional Assembly

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