Valdostan regional election, 2013

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The Valdostan regional election of 2013 confirmed the incumbent autonomist centre-right coalition government, led by the Valdostan Union which retained its absolute majority in the Council of the Valley. The coalition lost 14% percentage points compared to 2008 to the Autonomist centre-left coalition, however.

Results[edit]

The Valdostan regional election of 2013 took place on 26 May 2013 in the Aosta Valley.[1] The incumbent coalition government, by the Valdostan Union together with autonomist Stella Alpina and Autonomist Federation retained its absolute majority in the Council of the Valley for the 8th time in a row. Since 2008, the coalition lost 14% percentage points to the Autonomist centre-left coalition, however (Progressive Valdotanian Union, UVP, and Autonomy Liberty Participation Ecology, ALPE) and the main Italian centre-left party, which gained from 27.4% of the vote to 40.5%[1] from 27.4% of the vote five years ago to 40.5%

Parties     votes votes (%)   seats
Valdostan Union 24,121 33.5 13
Edelweiss (incl. Lega Nord VdA) 8,824 12.2 5
Autonomist Federation (incl. Union of the Centre) 1,572 2.2 -
Aosta Valley coalition 34,517 47.9 18
Progressive Valdostan Union 13,843 19.2 7
Autonomy Liberty Participation Ecology 8,943 12.4 5
Democratic Party – VdA Left[2] 6,401 8.9 3
Autonomy Liberty Democracy 29,187 40.5 15
Five Star Movement 4,773 6.6 2
The People of Freedom 2,961 4.1 -
Others 622 0.9 -
Total 72,060 100.0 35

Source: Aosta Valley Region elezioni.regione.vda.it[dead link]

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