Landtag of South Tyrol

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Landtag of South Tyrol
Südtiroler Landtag
Consiglio della Provincia autonoma di Bolzano
Cunsëi dla Provinzia autonoma de Bulsan
Coat of arms or logo
President of the Landtag
Thomas Widmann, SVP
Since 17 January 2014
Seats 35
Landtag of South Tyrol now.svg
Political groups

Government (19)

  •      SVP (17)
  •      PD (2)

Opposition (16)

  •      dF (6)
  •      Greens (3)
  •      STF (3)
  •      FI/LN (1)
  •      M5S (1)
  •      BU/LD (1)
  •      Cuore (1)
Last election
27 October 2013
Meeting place

The Landtag of South Tyrol is the provincial council (German: Landtag; Italian: Consiglio provinciale) of the autonomous province of South Tyrol in northeast Italy.

As a legislature it is responsible for passing laws at the provincial level and enact the budget. It also elects and controls the government of South Tyrol. The president (speaker) of the Landtag (German: Landtagspräsident; Italian: Presidente del Consiglio) since 2014 is Thomas Widmann from the South Tyrolean People's Party.

The functions of the Landtag were established in the autonomy agreement of 1971/72.

The seat of the Landtag is in the capital city of Bolzano.


The Landtag is composed of 35 seats. They were last elected on 27 October 2013.

Party Seats 2008-2013 Seats 2013-2018
South Tyrolean People's Party (Südtiroler Volkspartei, SVP) 18 17
Die Freiheitlichen 5 6
Greens (Grüne-Verdi-Vërc) 2 3
South Tyrolean Freedom (Süd-Tiroler Freiheit) 2 3
Democratic Party 2 2
Forza Alto AdigeLega Nord–Team Autonomy 1
Five Star Movement 1
Citizens' Union for South TyrolLadins Dolomites–We South Tyroleans 1
Alto Adige in the Heart (L'Alto Adige nel Cuore) 1
The People of Freedom 3
Lega Nord 1
Union for South Tyrol 1
Unitalia 1 0

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Coordinates: 46°29′52″N 11°21′32″E / 46.4978°N 11.3588°E / 46.4978; 11.3588