Basilicata regional election, 2005

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The Basilicata regional election of 2005 took place on 17 -18 April 2005.

Due to some legal issues with the presentation of the list of Social Alternative, Basilicata did not vote along with the other Italian regions in the 3-4 April 2005 regional elections, but a couple of weeks later instead, on 17 -18 April 2005. The victory of The Union coalition, which obtained more than two thirds of the vote, was the largest in Italy and Vito De Filippo (DL) was elected President by a landslide.

Results[edit]

Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Vito De Filippo 236,479 67.00 3 17
The Olive Tree 133,104 38.65 10
UDEUR 38,042 11.05 3
Federation of the Greens 19,592 5.69 1
Communist Refoundation Party 15,992 4.64 1
Party of Italian Communists 14,332 4.16 1
Italy of Values 9,511 2.76 1
Pact of Liberal Democrats 6,006 1.74 0
Cosimo Latronico 101,725 28.82 1 9
Forza Italia 43,658 12.68 4
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 27,100 7.87 3
National Alliance 22,553 6.55 2
Federation of the Centre 3,124 0.91 -
Margherita Torrio 8,780 2.49
New Italian Socialist Party 7,979 2.32 0
Roberto Fiore 3,547 1.00
Social Alternative 2,335 0.68 0
Angela Mancuso 2,436 0.69
Popular Unity 1,014 0.29 0
Total 352,967 100.00 4 26

Source: Ministry of the Interior