Italian regional elections, 1949

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The Italian regional elections of 1949 refer to the regional election were held in Aosta Vally and Sardinia on 24 April and 8 May. This was the first regional election for both region and the second regional election in Italy after the 1947 in Sicily.

Result[edit]

Aosta Valley[edit]

Parties       votes votes (%) seats
Christian DemocracyValdotanian Union 17,118 43.6 28
Italian Socialist PartyItalian Communist Party 13,034 33.2 7
Aosta Valley Regional Rally[1] 6,533 16.6 -
Italian Democratic Group[2] 2,598 6.6 -
Total 39,283 100.0 35

Sources: Regional Council of Aosta Valley and Istituto Cattaneo

Sardinia[edit]

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 196,918 34.0 22
Italian Communist Party 112,311 19.4 13
Monarchist National Party 67,141 11.6 7
Sardinian Action Party 60,525 10.4 7
Sardinian Socialist Action Party 38,081 6.6 3
Italian Social Movement 35,402 6.1 3
Italian Socialist Party 34,858 6.0 3
Italian Workers' Socialist Party 16,829 2.9 1
Italian Liberal Party 11,775 2.0 1
Uomo Qualunque Front 4,838 0.9 -
Others 707 0.1 -
Total 579,385 100.0 60

Sources: Regional Council of Sardinia and Istituto Cattaneo

References[edit]

  1. ^ List composed of the group of Christian democrats around Faustino Vallainc and the regionalist group around Augusto Adam and Cesare Ollietti (see http://www.consiglio.regione.vda.it/storia/legislatura_1_i.asp).
  2. ^ List composed of some centrist Italian parties, notably including the Italian Liberal Party and the Italian Workers' Socialist Party.