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List of political parties in Veneto

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List of political parties in Veneto

Several Political parties operate in Veneto, and historically they have been even more than today. No party has the chance of gaining power alone (even if Liga VenetaLega Nord runs the provincial government alone in Treviso) and thus parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.

The party system of Veneto is a three-party system. Liga Veneta, which is by far the largest party, dominates regional politics along with its junior partner, The People of Freedom, that is the second-largest party in the region. The last regional election, held in March 2010, saw the participation of other two major coalitions: one centred around the Democratic Party and one formed by the Union of the Centre and North-East Project.

Parties

Major parties

More than 20% in the 2010 regional election (or at least 10 regional councillors):

Medium parties

Between 4% and 20% in the 2010 regional election (or at least 5 regional councillors):

Minor parties

Between 1% and 4% in the 2010 regional election (or at least 1 regional councillor):

Other Venetist parties

Venetism is a regional political movement which grew up in Veneto since the 1980s. Other than bigger Venetist parties (Liga Veneta, North-East Project and Liga Veneta Repubblica), other small Venetist parties are active in the Region:

A list of former and current Venetist political parties is available at Venetian nationalism.

See also


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