Italian general election, 2006 (Lombardy)

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The Italian general election of 2006 took place on 9–10 April 2006.

The election was won in Lombardy by the centre-right House of Freedoms coalition, differently from what happen at the national result. Eleven provinces gave a majority or a plurality to Silvio Berlusconi's alliance, while voters of the Province of Mantua supported the new Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi.

Results[edit]

Chamber of Deputies[edit]

e • d 
Coalitions leaders votes votes (%) seats Parties votes votes (%) seats
Silvio Berlusconi 3,618,754 56.9 50 Forza Italia 1,724,281 27.1 24
Lega Nord 745,035 11.7 11
National Alliance 647,560 10.2 9
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 376,021 5.9 6
Others 125,857 2.0 -
Romano Prodi 2,738,416 43.1 48 The Olive Tree 1,698,099 26.7 33
Communist Refoundation Party 351,700 5.5 6
Rose in the Fist 146,986 2.3 2
Federation of the Greens 129,628 2.0 2
Italy of Values 124,976 2.0 2
Party of Italian Communists 111,904 1.8 2
Others 175,123 2.8 1
Others - Others -
Total coalitions 6,539,170 100.0 98 Total parties 6,539,170 100.0 98

Source: Ministry of the Interior

Senate[edit]

e • d 
Coalitions leaders votes votes (%) seats Parties votes votes (%) seats
Silvio Berlusconi 3,342,468 57.0 27 Forza Italia 1,623,745 27.7 14
Lega Nord 652,047 11.1 5
National Alliance 572,242 9.8 5
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 343,269 5.9 3
Others 151,165 2.5 -
Romano Prodi 2,501,467 42.6 20 Democrats of the Left 726,105 12.4 7
Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy 588,856 10.0 6
Communist Refoundation Party 407,939 7.0 4
Together with the Union (GreensPdCI) 588,856 4.8 3
Italy of Values 150,116 2.6 -
Rose in the Fist 128,849 2.2 -
Others 220,050 3.8 -
Others 25,193 0.4 - Others 25,193 0.4 -
Total coalitions 5,869,128 100.0 47 Total parties 5,869,128 100.0 47

Source: Ministry of the Interior