1960 Italian local elections

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Italian local elections, 1960

← 1956 6 November 1960 1964 →

5,772 city mayors and councils
  First party Second party
  Aldo Moro headshot.jpg Palmiro Togliatti Official.jpg
Leader Aldo Moro Palmiro Togliatti
Party Christian Democracy Communist Party
Leader since 1959 1938
Comuni 96[1] 56[1]

The 1960 Italian local elections were held on 6 November. In Italy, direct elections were held in 5,772 comuni: in each comune were chosen mayor and members of the City Council.

The elections were won by the Christian Democracy, led by Aldo Moro.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Only comuni with a population higher than 10,000 inhabitants.