Abruzzo regional election, 1970
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politics and government of
The Abruzzo regional election of 1970 took place on 7 June 1970.
Christian Democracy was by far the largest party, gaining more than twice the share of vote of the Italian Communist Party, which came distantly second. The position of President of the Region was held by Ugo Crescenzi (1970–1972), Giustino De Cecco (1972–1973), Ugo Crescenzi (1973–1974) and again Ugo Crescenzi (1974–1975), all Christian Democrats.
|Italian Communist Party||153,854||22.8||10|
|Italian Socialist Party||60,507||9.0||3|
|Italian Social Movement||38,863||5.8||2|
|Italian Democratic Socialist Party||36,831||5.5||2|
|Italian Socialist Party of Proletarian Unity||21,567||3.2||1|
|Italian Liberal Party||19,377||2.9||1|
|Italian Republican Party||16,983||2.5||1|
Source: Ministry of the Interior