Valdostan regional election, 2013

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The Valdostan regional election of 2013 took place on 26 May 2013.[1] The incumbent coalition government, led by the Valdostan Union, lost 14% percentage points compared to its 2008 results, but retained its absolute majority in the Council of the Valley.[1]

Results[edit]

Parties     votes votes (%)   seats
Valdostan Union 24,121 33.5 13
Edelweiss (incl. Lega Nord VdA) 8,824 12.2 5
Autonomist Federation (incl. Union of the Centre) 1,572 2.2 -
Aosta Valley coalition 34,517 47.9 18
Progressive Valdostan Union 13,843 19.2 7
Autonomy Liberty Participation Ecology 8,943 12.4 5
Democratic Party – VdA Left[2] 6,401 8.9 3
Autonomy Liberty Democracy 29,187 40.5 15
Five Star Movement 4,773 6.6 2
The People of Freedom 2,961 4.1 -
Others 622 0.9 -
Total 72,060 100.0 35

Source: Aosta Valley Region

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Centre-right autonomists win election in Aosta Valley". Nationalia.com. 2013-05-27. Retrieved 2013-08-24. 
  2. ^ Including the Communist Refoundation PartyFederation of the Left, Italy of Values, the Italian Socialist Party, Democratic Centre, non-party independents, minor parties and associations. See AostaSera.it and Valle d'Aosta Bene Comune.