European Parliament election, 1999 (Veneto)


European Parliament election, 1999 (Veneto)

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

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- bgcolor="#E9E9E9"!rowspan="1" align="left" valign="top"|Parties!rowspan="1" align="center" valign="top"|Votes!rowspan="1" align="center" valign="top"|%
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align="left"|Forza Italia
valign="top"|679,418
valign="top"|26.0
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align="left"|Bonino List
valign="top"|312,355
valign="top"|11.9
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align="left"|Democrats of the Left
valign="top"|290,392
valign="top"|11.1
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align="left"|Lega Nord
valign="top"|280,328
valign="top"|10.7
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align="left"|The Democrats
valign="top"|225,499
valign="top"|8.6
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align="left"|National Alliance-Patto Segni
valign="top"|216,857
valign="top"|8.3
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align="left"|United Christian Democrats
valign="top"|94,715
valign="top"|3.6
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align="left"|Liga Fronte Veneto
valign="top"|92,199
valign="top"|3.5
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align="left"|Italian People's Party
valign="top"|90,092
valign="top"|3.4
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align="left"|Communist Refoundation Party
valign="top"|72,607
valign="top"|2.8
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align="left"|Federation of the Greens
valign="top"|50,560
valign="top"|1.9
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align="left"|Christian Democratic Centre
valign="top"|46,820
valign="top"|1.8
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align="left"|Party of Italian Communists
valign="top"|32,207
valign="top"|1.2
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align="left"|Italian Democratic Socialists
valign="top"|31,180
valign="top"|1.2
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align="left"|Tricolour Flame
valign="top"|30,149
valign="top"|1.2
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align="left"|Pensioners' Party
valign="top"|26,981
valign="top"|1.0
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align="left"|Italian Renewal
valign="top"|14,956
valign="top"|0.6
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align="left"|Union of Democrats for Europe
valign="top"|10.821
valign="top"|0.4
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align="left"|Others
valign="top"|18,258
valign="top"|0.7
- Source: [http://www.consiglio.regione.veneto.it/ELEZIONI%20EUROPEE/RIEPILOGO%20VENETO.htm Regional Council of Veneto]


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