Italian general election, 2006 (Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol)

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The Italian general election of 2006 took place on 10–11 April 2006.

In Trentino the centre-right came first narrowly ahead of the centre-left, as it happened nationally, while in South Tyrol the South Tyrolean People's Party led the centre-left to a major victory, but lost almost 10% of the vote from 2001 due to the alliance with Italian parties.

Results[edit]

Chamber of Deputies[edit]

Trentino[edit]

e • d 
Coalitions leaders votes votes (%) Parties votes votes (%)
Romano Prodi 165,413 50.1 The Olive Tree 99,131 30.0
South Tyrolean People's Party 16,738 5.1
Communist Refoundation Party 14,834 4.5
Italy of Values 8,923 2.7
Federation of the Greens 8,368 2.5
Rose in the Fist 7,451 2.3
Party of Italian Communists 4,774 1.5
Pensioners' Party 3,994 1.2
others 1,200 0.4
Silvio Berlusconi 164,036 49.7 Forza Italia 76,355 23.1
National Alliance 30,773 9.3
Lega Nord 25,947 7.9
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 25,819 7.8
Tricolour Flame 2,264 0.7
others 2,878 0.9
Others 529 0.2 others 529 0.2
Total coalitions 329,978 100.0 Total parties 329,978 100.0

Source: Ministry of the Interior

South Tyrol[edit]

e • d 
Coalitions leaders votes votes (%) Parties votes votes (%)
Romano Prodi 231,935 74.6 South Tyrolean People's Party 165,966 53.4
The Olive Tree 33,458 10.8
Federation of the Greens 16,753 5.4
Communist Refoundation Party 4,711 1.5
Rose in the Fist 3,915 1.3
Italy of Values 3,315 1.1
Party of Italian Communists 2,127 0.7
others 1,609 0.5
Silvio Berlusconi 62,344 20.1 Forza Italia 30,323 9.8
National Alliance 21,366 6.9
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 5,342 1.7
Lega Nord 2,809 0.9
others 2,504 0.8
Pius Leitner 16,654 5.4 Die Freiheitlichen 16,654 5.4
Total coalitions 310,933 100.0 Total parties 310,933 100.0

Source: Ministry of the Interior