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Umbrian regional election, 2000

Umbrian regional election, 2000
Umbria
1995 ←
April 16, 2000
→ 2005

All 30 seats to the Regional Council of Umbria
  Majority party Minority party
 
Leader Maria Rita Lorenzetti Maurizio Ronconi
Party Democrats of the Left CCD
Alliance The Olive Tree House of Freedoms
Last election 18 seats, 59,9% 12 seats, 39,9%
Seats won 20 10
Seat change +2 -1
Popular vote 286,588 199,215
Percentage 54,6% 39,1%
Swing -5,3% -0,8%

President of Umbria before election

Bruno Bracalente
Democrats of the Left

President of Umbria

Maria Rita Lorenzetti
Democrats of the Left

The Umbrian regional election of 2000 took place on 16 April 2000.

Maria Rita Lorenzetti (Democrats of the Left) was elected President, defeating Maurizio Ronconi (Christian Democratic Centre) by a landslide.

Results

Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Maria Rita Lorenzetti 286,588 56.4 6 14
Democrats of the Left 154,461 32.1 8
Communist Refoundation Party 36,194 7.5 2
Italian People's PartyPRI 24,863 5.2 1
Italian Democratic SocialistsUDEURUpR 23,855 5.0 1
Party of Italian Communists 17,021 3.5 1
The Democrats 15,750 3.3 1
Federation of the Greens 7,050 1.5 -
Maurizio Ronconi 199,215 39.1 1 9
Forza Italia 89,475 18.6 4
National Alliance 74,510 15.5 4
Christian Democratic CentreCDU 22,655 4.7 1
others 1,227 0.3 -
Fulvio Maiorca 12,232 2.4 - -
Tricolour Flame 7,078 1.5 -
Elisabetta Chiacchella 10,034 2.0 - -
Bonino List 7,865 1.6 -
Total 508,069 100.0 7 23

Source: Ministry of the Interior


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