Sardinian regional election, 1957
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The Sardinian regional election of 1957 took place on 16 June 1957.
After the election Giuseppe Brotzu, the incumbent Christian Democratic President, was re-elected President by the Regional Council. However, as soon as in 1958 Efisio Corrias replaced him at the head of a new government that included the Sardinian Action Party, a social-democratic regionalist party.
|Italian Communist Party||116,997||17.6||13|
|Italian Socialist Party||63,524||9.5||6|
|People's Monarchist Party||60,006||9.0||6|
|Sardinian Action Party||40,214||6.0||5|
|Monarchist National Party||38,867||5.8||4|
|Italian Social Movement||33,628||5.0||3|
|Italian Democratic Socialist Party||18,162||2.7||1|
|Italian Liberal Party||18,129||2.7||1|