Sardinian regional election, 1999
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The Sardinian regional election of 1999 took place on 13 and 27 June 1999.
The centre-right led by Mauro Pili won the election but was short of a clear majority; Pili, who was appointed President of the Region as leader of the coalition, was soon replaced and by a succession of centre-right governments.
|Candidates and parties||votes
|Christian Democratic Centre||34,866||4.0||-||-||→||3|
|Gian Mario Selis||243,839||31.5||318,122||46.3||7||30|
|Democrats of the Left||122,675||14.2||-||-||→||10|
|Italian People's Party||87,566||10.2||-||-||→||7|
|Communist Refoundation Party||31,713||3.7||-||-||→||2|
|Party of Italian Communists||18,257||2.1||-||-||→||-|
|Federation of the Greens||15,833||1.8||-||-||→||-|
|Sardinian Action Party||38,422||4.5||-||-||→||3|
|Sardinian Democratic Union||35,177||4.1||-||-||→||3|