Sardinian regional election, 1984

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The Sardinian regional election of 1984 took place on 24 June 1984.

After the election Mario Melis, leader of the Sardinian Action Party, a nationalist social-democratic outfit, formed a government with the support of the Italian Communist Party, the Italian Socialist Party and, since 1985, the Italian Democratic Socialist Party.[1]

Results[edit]

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 319,980 32.2 27
Italian Communist Party 285,387 28.7 24
Sardinian Action Party 136,720 13.8 12
Italian Socialist Party 100,435 10.1 8
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 43,046 4.3 4
Italian Republican PartyItalian Liberal Party 39,046 4.0 3
Italian Social Movement 39,091 3.9 3
Radical Party 14,244 1.4 -
Proletarian Democracy 9,348 0.9 -
Others 6,279 0.6 -
Total 994,020 100.0 81

Sources: Regional Council of Sardinia and Istituto Cattaneo

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