Lega Nord Umbria
|Lega Nord Umbria|
|National affiliation||Lega Nord|
|Politics of Umbria
Lega Nord Umbria (English: Northern League Umbria) is a regionalist political party in Italy which is the "national" (hence, regional) section of Lega Nord in Umbria. The party is currently led by Stefano Candiani, a federal commissioner from Lombardy.
2010 was a historic year for the party which entered the Regional Council of Umbria for the first time.
The party is a tiny one compared to other "national" sections of Lega Nord. In the 2010 regional election it won a mere 4.3% of the vote, which was however its best result ever. The party has no real strongholds in the Region, but it is generally stronger in northern Province of Perugia (4.7%) than in southern Province of Terni (3.4%).
The electoral results of Lega Nord Umbria in Umbria are shown in the table below.
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- National Secretary: Alessandro Salvaneschi (1995–1999), Francesco Miroballo (1999–2009), Luca Rodolfo Paolini (federal commissioner, 2009–2012), Gianluca Cirignoni (federal commissioner, 2012–2013), Stefano Candiani (federal commissioner, 2013–present)
- National President: unknown (1995–present)