Regional Council of Veneto

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Regional Council of Veneto
9th Legislature
Type
Type
Leadership
President
Seats 60
Elections
Last election
29 March 2010
Meeting place
Palazzo Ferro Fini, Venice
Website
http://www.consiglioveneto.it
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The Regional Council of Veneto (Consiglio Regionale del Veneto) is the regional parliament of Veneto.

It was first elected in 1970, when the ordinary Regions were instituted, on the basis of the Constitution of Italy of 1948.

Composition[edit]

The Regional Council of Veneto (Consiglio Regionale del Veneto) is composed of 60 members, of which 47 are elected in provincial constituencies with proportional representation, 12 from the so-called "regional list" of the elected President and the last one is for the candidate for President who comes second, who usually becomes the leader of the opposition in the Council. If a coalition wins more than 55% of the vote, only 6 candidates from the "regional list" will be elected and the number of those elected in provincial constituencies will be 53.[1]

The Council is elected for a five-year term, but, if the President suffers a vote of no confidence, resigns or dies, under the simul stabunt vel simul cadent prevision (introduced in 1999), also the Council will be dissolved and there will be a fresh election.[1]

Currently the President of the Council is Clodovaldo Ruffato.

Current composition[edit]

Distribution of Seats in the Regional Council
Political Group Leader 2010 2015
Venetian Democratic Party Laura Puppato/
Lucio Tiozzo
14 10
Liga VenetaLega Nord Federico Caner 20 7
New Centre-Right Autonomous Veneto Giancarlo Conta 7
The People of FreedomForza Italia[2] Dario Bond 17 5
Forza Italia Leonardo Padrin 5
Tosi List for Veneto (Venetian Commitment)[3] Francesco Piccolo 3
Popular Future Stefano Valdegamberi 3
Veneto First Giovanni Furlanetto 3
Family–Pensioners (Toward North–Venetian People)[4] Diego Bottacin[5] 3
Civic Veneto[6] Giuseppe Berlato Sella 3
Zaia President[7] Gianpiero Possamai 3
Italy of Values Gustavo Franchetto/
Antonino Pipitone
3 2
Union of the Centre Stefano Valdegamberi/
Stefano Peraro
3 1
Federation of the Left Pietrangelo Pettenò 1 1
North-East Union Mariangelo Foggiato/
Rolando Bortoluzzi
1 1
Bortolussi President Giuseppe Bortolussi[5] 1 1
Mixed Group 2

Sources: Regional Council of Veneto – Groups and Regional Council of Veneto – Members

Presidents[edit]

Presidents of the Regional Council of Veneto
President Party Term Legislature
Vito Orcalli DC 1970–1974 I Legislature
Giancarlo Gambaro DC 1974–1975 I Legislature
Giancarlo Gambaro DC 1975 II Legislature
Bruno Marchetti PSI 1975–1980 II Legislature
Bruno Marchetti PSI 1980–1985 III Legislature
Francesco Guidolin DC 1985–1990 IV Legislature
Amalia Sartori PSI 1990 V Legislature
Umberto Carraro PSI 1990–1995 V Legislature
Amalia Sartori FI 1995–2000 VI Legislature
Enrico Cavaliere LV 2000–2005 VII Legislature
Marino Finozzi LV 2005–2010 VIII Legislature
Clodovaldo Ruffato PdL 2010–... IX Legislature

Source: Regional Council of Veneto

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.consiglio.regione.lombardia.it/c/portal/layout?p_l_id=PRI.1046.1&p_p_id=20&p_p_action=1&p_p_state=exclusive&p_p_col_id=null&p_p_col_pos=2&p_p_col_count=3&_20_struts_action=%2Fdocument_library%2Fget_file&_20_folderId=69&_20_name=l+cost+199_PDF.pdf
  2. ^ From November 2013, when The People of Freedom was disbanded and its members joined either "Forza Italia" or "New Centre-Right", to February 2014 the group was named as "The People of Freedom – New Centre Right". In February 2014 the group was finally renamed "The People of Freedom – Forza Italia for Veneto".
  3. ^ The group was originally named "Venetian Commitment" and changed its name to "Tosi List for Veneto" two weeks after its launch.
  4. ^ The group was originally named "Toward North–Venetian People" and changed its name to "Family–Pensioners" a week after its launch.
  5. ^ a b Giuseppe Bortolussi, Diego Bottacin and Andrea Causin had been members of Toward North. Both Bottacin and Causin later joined Civic Choice.
  6. ^ Civic Veneto, composed of three Democratic councillors, was formed as a technical group in order to validate the slates of a civic list in support of the PD and the Democratic candidate, Alessandra Moretti, in the 2015 regional election. Similar groups were formed by supporters of Luca Zaia and Flavio Tosi.
  7. ^ Zaia President, composed of three councillors of Liga Veneta–Lega Nord, was formed as a technical group in order to validate the slates of a civic list in support of the party and the its candidate, incumbent President Luca Zaia, in the 2015 regional election. Similar groups were formed by supporters of Alessandra Moretti and Flavio Tosi.

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