Italian local elections, 1960

Italian local elections, 1960

6 November 1960

5,772 city mayors and councils

  First party Second party
Leader Aldo Moro Palmiro Togliatti
Party Christian Democracy Communist Party
Leader since 1959 1938
Comuni 96[1] 56[1]

The 1960 Italian local elections were held on 6 November. In Italy, direct elections were held in 5,772 comuni: in each comune were chosen mayor and members of the City Council.

The elections were won by the Christian Democracy, led by Aldo Moro.


  1. 1 2 Only comuni with a population higher than 10,000 inhabitants.
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