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European Parliament election, 1999 (Veneto)

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European Parliament election, 1999 (Veneto)

The European Parliament election of 1999 took place on 13 June 1999.

Forza Italia was by far the largest party in Veneto with 26.0%, while the Bonino List came surprisingly second with 11.9% (3.2% over the national average).

Results

Parties votes votes (%)
Forza Italia 679,418 26.0
Bonino List 312,355 11.9
Democrats of the Left 290,392 11.1
Lega Nord 280,328 10.7
The Democrats 225,499 8.6
Segni Pact – National Alliance 216,857 8.3
United Christian Democrats 94,715 3.6
Liga Veneta Repubblica* 92,199 3.5
Italian People's Party 90,092 3.4
Communist Refoundation Party 72,607 2.8
Federation of the Greens 50,560 1.9
Christian Democratic Centre 46,820 1.8
Party of Italian Communists 32,207 1.2
Italian Democratic Socialists 31,180 1.2
Tricolour Flame 30,149 1.2
Pensioners' Party 26,981 1.0
Others 44,035 1.7
Total 2,616,315 100.0

* = In alliance with Lega Autonomia Lombarda, the Sardinian Action Party and Union for South Tyrol at the national level.
Source: Regional Council of Veneto

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