1948 Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol regional election

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The Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol regional election of 1948 took place on 28 November 1948. It was the first election ever. Proportional representation was used.

Under provisions of the autonomy laws, the Provincial Council of Trento and the Provincial Council of Bolzano were established as sections of the Regional Council.

The Christian Democracy and the South Tyrolean People's Party won the election.

Results[edit]

Regional Council[edit]

Party Votes % Seats
Christian Democracy 130,604 36.7 17
South Tyrolean People's Party 107,249 30.2 13
Trentino Tyrolean People's Party 33,137 9.3 4
Italian Socialist Party 22,512 6.3 3
Italian Communist Party 16,815 4.7 2
Italian Workers' Socialist Party 16,528 4.7 3
Anti-Autonomist National League 6,118 1.7 1
Union of Independents 5,674 1.6 1
Italian Social Movement 4,662 1.3 1
Tridentine Autonomy 4,065 1.1
Independent Autonomists 2,994 0.8 1
Italian Liberal Party 2,628 0.7
Italian Republican Party 1,772 0.5
Others 804 0.2
Total 355,562 100.0 46
Source: Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol Region

Provincial Council of Trento[edit]

Party Votes % Seats
Christian Democracy 113,509 57.6 15
Trentino Tyrolean People's Party 33,137 16.8 4
Italian Socialist Party 14,587 7.4 2
Italian Workers' Socialist Party 11,637 5.9 2
Italian Communist Party 10,534 5.4 1
Anti-Autonomist National League 6,118 3.1 1
Independent Autonomists 2,994 1.5 1
Italian Liberal Party 2,628 1.3
Italian Republican Party 1,772 0.9
Total 196,916 100.0 26
Source: Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol Region

Provincial Council of Bolzano[edit]

Party Votes % Seats
South Tyrolean People's Party 107,249 67.6 13
Christian Democracy 17,095 10.8 2
Italian Socialist Party 7,925 5.0 1
Italian Communist Party 6,281 4.0 1
Union of Independents 5,674 3.6 1
Italian Workers' Socialist Party 4,891 3.1 1
Italian Social Movement 4,662 2.9 1
Tridentine Autonomy 4,065 2.6
Others 804 0.5
Total 158,646 100.0 20
Source: Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol Region