2013 Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol provincial elections

Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party Democratic Party (Italy) Ugo Rossi
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Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol

The Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol provincial elections of 2013 took place on 27 October 2013.

Trentino

Centre-left primary election

A primary election to determine the candidate for President of the centre-left autonomist coalition were held on 13 July 2013. The winner was Ugo Rossi of the Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party.[1]

Candidate Party Votes %
Ugo Rossi PATT 8,119 34.2
Alessandro Olivi PD 7,980 33.6
Mauro Gilmozzi UpT 6,610 27.9
Lucia Coppola VD 462 2.0
Alexander Schuster PSI 455 1.9
Blank/invalid votes 111 0.5
Total 23,737 100.0
Source: Official results

General election

2013 Trentino provincial election

← 2008 27 October 2013 2018 →

All 35 seats to the Provincial council of Trentino
  Majority party Minority party
  Ugo Rossi - Festival Economia 2013.JPG Diego Mosna - Terre alte 2013.JPG
Candidate Ugo Rossi Diego Mosna
Party PATT Independent
Alliance Centre-left PTCTATFFD
Seats won 23 7
Popular vote 144,609 47,966
Percentage 58.1% 19.3%

President before election

Alberto Pacher
PD

Elected President

Ugo Rossi
PATT

In Trentino, where the President is elected directly by the people, Ugo Rossi (Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party, supported also by the Democratic Party, the Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party and other minor parties) was elected by a landslide (58.1%). Diego Mosna (Trentino Project) arrived a distant second with 19.3% of the vote, while Maurizio Fugatti (Lega Nord Trentino) came third with 6.6%.

The Democratic Party was confirmed as the largest party in the Province (22.1%), followed by the Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party (17.5%), Union for Trentino (13.3%), Trentino Project (9.0%), Lega Nord Trentino (6.2%) and the Five Star Movement (5.8%).

2013 Trentino provincial election results
Provincial Council of Trentino 2013.svg
Candidates Votes % Seats Parties Votes % Seats
Ugo Rossi 144,616 58.11 1
Democratic Party 52,412 22.06 9
Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party 41,689 17.55 7
Union for Trentino 31,653 13.33 5
Greens, Ecologists and Civics 4,548 1.91
Italy of Values 3,927 1.65
Ladin Autonomist Union 2,721 1.15 1
Reformists for Autonomy 2,579 1.09
Total 139,529 58.74 22
Diego Mosna 47,970 19.28 1
Trentino Project 21,450 9.03 4
Trentino Civic List 8,806 3.71 1
Administer Trentino 5,060 2.13 1
Together for Autonomy 3,371 1.42
Autonomy 2020 3,160 1.33
Act Trentino 1,946 0.82
Total 43,793 18.44 6
Maurizio Fugatti 16,401 6.59 1
Lega Nord Trentino 14,768 6.22 1
United European Catholics 547 0.23
Total 15,315 6.45 1
Filippo Degasperi 14,241 5.72 1 Five Star Movement 13,889 5.85 1
Giacomo Bezzi 10,631 4.27 1 Forza Trentino 10,495 4.42
Emilio Arisi 4,425 1.78 Left Ecology Freedom 4,286 1.80
Cristano de Eccher 3,839 1.54 Brothers of Italy 3,699 1.56
Ezio Casagranda 2,848 1.14 Communist Refoundation Party 2,742 1.15
Giacomo Bezzi 1,992 0.80 Fassa Association 1,963 0.83
Giuseppe Filippin 1,061 0.42 Moderates in Revolution 1,035 0.44
Agostino Carolo 829 0.33 Ago Carollo 793 0.33
Total candidates 248,853 100.00 5 Total parties 237,539 100.00 30
Source: Province of Trento – Results
Popular vote (party)
PD
22.1%
PATT
17.6%
UpT
13.3%
PT
9.0%
LN
6.2%
M5S
5.9%
FT
4.4%
CT
3.7%
AT
2.1%
VEC
1.9%
SEL
1.8%
IdV
1.7%
FdI
1.6%
Others
8.7%
Popular vote (president)
Rossi
58.1%
Mosna
19.3%
Fugatti
6.6%
Degasperi
5.7%
Bezzi
4.3%
Arisi
1.8%
De Eccher
1.6%
Others
2.6%

South Tyrol

SVP primary election

The South Tyrolean People's Party held a primary election on 21 April 2013 to select the party's head of the provincial list. Arno Kompatscher won by a landslide.[2]

Candidate Party Votes %
Arno Kompatscher SVP 19,308 82.8
Elmar Pichler Rolle SVP 4,028 17.2
Total 24,145 100.0
Source: Official results

General election

2013 South Tyrol provincial election

← 2008 27 October 2013 2018 →

All 35 seats to the Landtag of South Tyrol
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Arno Kompatscher.jpg Pius Leitner cropped.png Sepp Kusstatscher crop.jpg
Leader Arno Kompatscher Pius Leitner Sepp Kusstatscher
Party SVP dF Greens
Seats won 17 6 3
Popular vote 131,236 51,504 25,067
Percentage 45.7% 17.9% 8.7%

Governor before election

Luis Durnwalder
SVP

Elected Governor

Arno Kompatscher
SVP

In South Tyrol the South Tyrolean People's Party (SVP), lost the absolute majority it maintained for 65 years, but was confirmed by far as the largest party. Die Freiheitlichen (+3.6%), the Greens (+2.9%), South Tyrolean Freedom (+2.3%) and the Democratic Party (+0.7%) made gains,[3] while the Italian centre-right, divided in four lists (FI-LN, AAC, Unitalia and La Destra), lost votes and seats. Only five of the elected councillors were Italian-speakers, a record low.[4][5]

Landtag South Tyrol 2013.svg
Parties Votes % Seats
South Tyrolean People's Party 131,236 45.7 17
Die Freiheitlichen 51,504 17.9 6
Greens (incl. SEL) 25,067 8.7 3
South Tyrolean Freedom 20,736 7.2 3
Democratic Party 19,207 6.7 2
Forza Alto AdigeLega NordTeam Autonomies 7,118 2.5 1
Five Star Movement 7,097 2.5 1
Citizens' UnionWe South TyroleansLadins 6,065 2.1 1
Alto Adige in the Heart 6,057 2.1 1
Unitalia–Movement for Alto Adige 4,831 1.7
Civic Choice 4,525 1.6
The Right 1,654 0.6
Communist Refoundation Party 1,134 0.4
Party of Italian Communists 730 0.3
Total 286,962 100.0 35
Source: Province of Bolzano – Results
Popular vote
SVP
45.7%
dF
17.9%
Grüne
8.7%
STF
7.2%
PD
6.7%
FAALNTA
2.5%
M5S
2.5%
UfSWSL
2.1%
AAC
2.1%
Unitalia
1.7%
SC
1.6%
LD
0.6%
PRC
0.4%
PdCI
0.3%

References

  1. ^ "Pd, oltre 23 mila alle primarie in Trentino Vince l'autonomista Ugo Rossi" (in Italian). Corriere della Sera. 13 July 2013. Retrieved 15 July 2013.
  2. ^ "Stravince Arno Kompatscher Pichler Rolle sconfitto 2 volte" (in Italian). Alto Adige. 22 April 2013. Archived from the original on 18 June 2013. Retrieved 14 August 2013.
  3. ^ "Risultati elettorali Provincia nel suo complesso - Elezioni provinciali 2013 – Provincia autonoma di Bolzano" (in Italian). Archived from the original on October 30, 2013. Retrieved October 28, 2013.
  4. ^ "Elezioni in Trentino-Alto Adige: centrosinistra avanti a Trento, Svp al 44,7%. Crolla il centrodestra" (in Italian). Il Sole 24 Ore. 28 October 2013. Retrieved 28 October 2013.
  5. ^ "Il voto in Alto Adige: la Svp perde la maggioranza assoluta e scende a 17 consiglieri" (in Italian). Alto Adige. 29 October 2013. Archived from the original on 27 October 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2013.