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Sardinian regional election, 1974

The Sardinian regional election of 1974 took place on 16 June 1974.

After the election Giovanni Del Rio, a Christian Democrat, formed a government with the Italian Socialist Party and the Italian Democratic Socialist Party. In 1976 Del Rio was replaced by fellow Christian Democrat Pietro Soddu and the Socialists eventually left the government in 1978.[1]


Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 305,071 38.3 32
Italian Communist Party 213,300 26.8 22
Italian Socialist Party 93,007 11.7 9
Italian Social Movement 62,294 7.8 6
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 49,906 5.9 3
Sardinian Action Party 24,780 3.1 1
Italian Liberal Party 22,159 2.8 1
Italian Republican Party 20,570 2.6 1
Communist Party of Italy (Marxist-Leninist) 7,717 1.0 -
Total 795,804 100.0 75

Sources: Istituto Cattaneo


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