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Sicilian regional election, 1996

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Sicilian regional election, 1996

The Sicilian regional election of 1996 was held on 16 June 1996.

The Sicilian Regional Assembly resulted very fragmented after the election and it was difficult to form a stable governmening coalition. Between 1996 and 2001 the Region was thus government by a succession of short-lived governments.


Parties votes votes (%) seats
Forza Italia 456,125 17.1 17
National Alliance 376,122 14.1 14
Democratic Party of the Left 375,293 14.1 12
Christian Democratic Centre 261,830 9.8 11
United Christian Democrats 245,351 9.2 7
Italian People's Party 198,392 7.4 6
Italian RenewalItalian SocialistsPRIFdL 131,355 4.9 4
Communist Refoundation Party 115,138 4.3 6
Movement for Democracy – The Net 94,818 3.6 3
Socialist Party 50,369 1.9 3
New SicilyWe Sicilians 46,606 1.7 1
Tricolour Flame 31,606 1.2 -
Social Christians 30,276 1.1 -
Federation of the Greens 26,079 1.0 -
Others 228,214 8.6 6
Total 2,667,574 100.0 90

Source: Istituto Cattaneo

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