Friuli-Venezia Giulia regional election, 1993
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The Friuli-Venezia Giulia regional election of 1993 took place on 6 June 1993.
Lega Nord Friuli-Venezia Giulia, at its first appearance in a regional election, became the largest party with 26.7%, while Christian Democracy, which had governed the Region since 1964, came second with 22.3%. The combined score of all regionalist parties was 37.5%.
Between 1993 and 1998 the Region was quinte instable politically and was governed by a succession of governments led both my members of Lega Nord (Pietro Fontanini, Alessandra Guerra and Sergio Cecotti) and by centre-left figures (Renzo Travanut and Giancarlo Cruder).
|Lega Nord Friuli-Venezia Giulia||212,497||26.7||18|
|Democratic Party of the Left||78,577||9.9||5|
|Italian Social Movement||66,290||8.3||5|
|Communist Refoundation Party||43,991||5.5||4|
|Federation of the Greens||43,004||5.4||3|
|Italian Socialist Party||37,622||4.7||3|
|Lega Autonomia Friuli||37,427||4.7||2|
|List for Trieste||26,322||3.3||2|
|Italian Republican Party||13,645||1.7||-|
|Italian Democratic Socialist Party||12,665||1.6||-|
|Italian Liberal Party||10,299||1.3||-|
Source: Istituto Cattaneo
- "Elezioni regionali e coalizioni partitiche in Friuli Venezia Giulia". Cjargne.it. Retrieved 2016-04-02.