1985 Italian local elections

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The 1985 Italian local elections were held on 12 and 13 May.[1] The elections were held in 6,562 municipalities and 86 provinces.

The elections were won by the Christian Democracy, led by Ciriaco De Mita. The election was also characterized by a strong result of the Italian Social Movement, which became the most voted party in the city of Bolzano in South Tyrol.

Municipal elections in the main cities[edit]

Party votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy (DC) 7,254,903 33.8 16,283
Italian Communist Party (PCI) 6,144,484 28.7 11,842
Italian Socialist Party (PSI) 3,299,998 15.4 6,232
Italian Republican Party (PRI) 1,027,410 4.8 1,158
Italian Social Movement (MSI) 1,027,332 4.8 1,098
Italian Democratic Socialist Party (PSDI) 932,785 4.3 1,356
Italian Liberal Party (PLI) 509,178 2.4 414
Proletarian Democracy (DP) 246,632 1.2 122
Green List (LV) 184,729 0.9 79
South Tyrolean People's Party (SVP) 162,312 0.8 1575
Pentapartito 81,619 0.4 328
Sardinian Action Party (PSd'Az) 64,473 0.3 112
Venetian League (ŁV) 45,492 0.2 37
Others 464,928 2.5 1,213
Total 21,446,275 100 41,925

Provincial elections[edit]

Party votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy (DC) 11,814,220 33.5 951
Italian Communist Party (PCI) 10,519,672 29.9 824
Italian Socialist Party (PSI) 4,820,847 13.7 374
Italian Social Movement (MSI) 2,572,109 7.3 179
Italian Republican Party (PRI) 1,539,477 4.4 98
Italian Democratic Socialist Party (PSDI) 1,449,090 4.1 103
Italian Liberal Party (PLI) 906,836 2.6 49
Proletarian Democracy (DP) 554,210 1.6 14
Green List (LV) 484,867 1.3 17
Venetian League (ŁV) 176,906 0.5 9
Sardinian Action Party (PSd'Az) 135,811 0.4 14
Others 257,600 0.7 5
Total 100

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • "Internal politics". l'Unità. 1990-05-08.
  • "Speciale elezioni". Corriere della sera. 1985-05-16.
  • "Speciale elezioni". Corriere della sera. 1985-05-15.