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Venetian regional election, 1995

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The Venetian regional election of 1995 took place on 23 April 1995.

For the first time the President of the Region was directly elected by the people, although the election was not yet binding and the President-elect could have been replaced during the term.

Giancarlo Galan (Forza Italia, Pole of Freedoms) was surprisingly elected President of the Region over the centre-left candidate Ettore Bentsik (Italian People's Party), despite the presence of a third candidate, Alberto Lembo (Liga Veneta).

Among party lists, the joint list formed by Forza Italia and the United Christian Democrats replaced Christian Democracy, which was disbanded in 1994, as the largest political force in the Region. Liga Veneta came second, while the Democratic Party of the Left, heir of the Italian Communist Party, had its best result ever in a regional election.

Results

e • d 
Candidates Regional lists Provincial lists Total
votes % seats Parties votes % swing seats party group
Giancarlo Galan 1,117,377 38.2 12 Forza Italia–People's Pole 606,977 24.0 new 15
10
5
23
16
7
36
National Alliance 271,835 10.7 new 6 9
Christian Democratic Centre 90,285 3.6 new 3 4
Ettore Bentsik 946,153 32.3 - Democratic Party of the Left 416,799 16.5 new 9 9 20
Italian People's Party 271,423 10.7 new 5 5
Pact of Democrats 109,778 4.3 new 2
2
-
-
2
2
-
-
Federation of the Greens 102,156 4.0 -3.1 2 2
Italian Republican Party (incl. FL) 11,686 0.5 -2.1 - -
Alberto Lembo 512,578 17.5 - Liga VenetaLega Nord 422,410 16.7 +10.8 9 9 9
Paolo Cacciari 200,649 6.9 - Communist Refoundation Party 126,594 5.0 new 2 2 2
Giorgio Panto 108,072 3.7 - New ItalyVenetian Autonomy 73,342 2.9 new - - -
Emilio Vesce 41,142 1.4 - Pannella List 29,254 1.2 +0.1 - - -
Total candidates 2,925,971 100.0 12 Total parties 2,532,539 100.0 = 53 65 65
Source: Regional Council of Veneto

Aftermath

After the election, Giancarlo Galan formed his first government, while Amalia Sartori (Forza Italia) was elected President of the Regional Council.


Galan III Government
Ministry Minister Party
President Giancarlo Galan FI
Vice President Bruno Canella AN
Minister of Economy and Development Floriano Pra FI
Minister of Budget and Finances Fabio Gava FI
Minister of Health Iles Braghetto CDU
Minister of Social Affairs Raffaele Zanon AN
Minister of Agriculture Sergio Berlato (until 19 July 1999)
Luca Bellotti (since 16 September 1999)
AN
Minister of Transports Raffaele Bazzoni FI
Minister of Environment Massimo Giorgetti AN
Minister of Tourism and Productive Activities Pierluigi Bolla (until 14 December 1999) FI
Minister of Labour and Sports Cesare Campa FI
Minister of Local Affairs and Cities Franco Bozzolin CCD
Minister of Territorial Affairs Gaetano Fontana CDU
Minister of the Treasury, Parks and European Affairs Francesco Piccolo (since 23 September 1998) CDU
Source: Veneto Region
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