Umbrian regional election, 1995

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Umbrian regional election, 1995
Umbria
1990 ←
April 23, 1995 → 2000

All 30 seats to the Regional Council of Umbria
  Majority party Minority party
 
Leader Bruno Bracalente Riccardo Pongelli
Party Democratic Party of the Left Forza Italia
Alliance The Olive Tree Pole of Freedoms & Pole of Good Government
Seats won 18 12
Popular vote 331,349 215,570
Percentage 59,9% 39,9%

President of Umbria before election

Carlo Carnieri
Democratic Party of the Left

President of Umbria

Bruno Bracalente
Democratic Party of the Left

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The Umbrian regional election of 1995 took place on 23 April 1995.

For the first time the President of the Region was directly elected by the people, although the election was not yet binding and the President-elect could have been replaced during the term.

Bruno Bracalente (Democratic Party of the Left) was elected President of the Region, defeating Riccardo Pongelli (Forza Italia) by a landslide.

Results[edit]

Candidates votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Bruno Bracalente 331,349 59.94 3 15
Democratic Party of the Left 199,779 38.58 10
Communist Refoundation Party 56,894 10.99 3
Together for Umbria 21,458 4.14 1
Pact of Democrats 19,874 3.84 1
Labour Federation 10,451 2.02 -
Federation of the Greens 9,884 1.91 -
Union of Progressives 6,103 1.18 -
Riccardo Pongelli 215,570 39.00 - 12
Forza ItaliaPeople's Pole 93,841 18.12 7
National Alliance–others 84,065 16.23 5
Christian Democratic Centre 11,124 2.15 -
Mauro Fonzo 5,867 1.06 - -
Pannella List 4,368 0.84 -
Total 552,786 100.00 3 27

Source: Ministry of the Interior