Apulian regional election, 1980
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The Apulian regional election of 1980 took place on 8 June 1980.
Christian Democracy was by far the largest party, while the Italian Communist Party came distantly second. After the election Nicola Quarta, the incumbent Christian Democratic President, formed a new centre-left government. In 1983 Quarta was replaced by Gennaro Trisorio Liuzzi, a Christian Democrat who had already served as President of the Region from 1970 to 1975.
|Italian Communist Party||540,058||24.6||13|
|Italian Socialist Party||291,609||13.3||6|
|Italian Social Movement||204,240||9.3||5|
|Italian Democratic Socialist Party||114,570||5.2||2|
|Italian Republican Party||54,545||2.5||1|
|Italian Liberal Party||35,590||1.6||1|
|Proletarian Unity Party||28,698||1.3||1|
Source: Ministry of the Interior