Sicilian regional election, 1947
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The Sicilian regional election of 1947 took place on 20 April 1947. They were the first-ever election of the Sicilian Parliament.
The electoral alliance between the Italian Communist Party and the Italian Socialist Party was the most voted list. However, after the election Giuseppe Alessi and, later, Franco Restivo, both Christian Democrats, governed the Region at the head of broad centrist coalitions.
|Common Man's Front||287,698||14.8%||12|
|Monarchist National Party||185,423||9.5%||10|
|Sicilian Independence Movement||171,470||8.8%||9|
|Italian Workers' Socialist Party||82,175||4.2%||4|
|Italian Republican Party||74,570||3.8%||3|
|National Democratic Union||40,149||2.1%||1|
|Labour Democratic Party||30,179||1.5%||1|
Sources: Istituto Cattaneo and Sicilian Regional Assembly