1985 Umbrian regional election

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The Umbrian regional election of 1985 took place on 12 May 1985.

Events

The Italian Communist Party was by far the largest party. After the election, Germano Marri, the incumbent Communist President, continued to govern the Region at the head of a left-wing coalition with the Italian Socialist Party (Popular Democratic Front). In 1987 Marri was replaced by Francesco Mandarini, a Communist too.

Results

Partiesvotesvotes (%)seats
Italian Communist Party 258,80644.414
Christian Democracy 160,38827.59
Italian Socialist Party 84,58714.54
Italian Social Movement 36,9606.32
Italian Republican Party 14,9962.61
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 9,8401.7-
Proletarian Democracy 7,1881.2-
Italian Liberal Party 5,1970.9-
Valdostan Union – Democratic Party – others2,3260.4-
Pensioners Italian Alliance – Venetian League 2,1030.4-
Pensioners' National Party 1,1830.2-
Total583,574100.030
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Largest party by municipality
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Source: Ministry of the Interior


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