Regional Council of Abruzzo

Politics of Abruzzo Abruzzo Brothers of Italy
Regional Council of Abruzzo
11th Legislature
Type
Type
Leadership
President
vacant
Vice Presidents
vacant
Structure
Seats31
Abruzzo Regional Council 2019.svg
Political groups
Government (18)
  •      Lega (10)
  •      FI (3)
  •      FdI (3)
  •      AP (1)
  •      UdC (1)

Opposition (13)

  •      M5S (7)
  •      PD (4)
  •      LP (1)
  •      AiC (1)
Elections
Last election
February 10, 2019
Next election
No longer than 2024
Meeting place
Palazzo dell'Esposizione, L'Aquila
Website
Official website
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Abruzzo

The Regional Council of Abruzzo (Consiglio Regionale dell'Abruzzo) is the legislative assembly of Abruzzo.

It was first elected in 1970, when the ordinary regions were instituted, on the basis of the Constitution of Italy of 1948.

Composition

The Regional Council of Abruzzo was originally composed of 40 regional councillors. The number of regional councillors increased to 43 in the 2000 regional election and ,subsequently, to 45 in the 2008 regional election.

Following the decree-law n. 138 of 13 August 2011 the number of regional councillors was reduced to 30, with an additional seat reserved for the President of the Region.

Political groups in XI legislature

The Regional Council of Abruzzo in XI legislature was composed of the following political groups:[1]

Party Seats Government
League
10 / 31
In government
Five Star Movement
7 / 31
In opposition
Democratic Party
4 / 31
In opposition
Forza Italia
3 / 31
In government
Brothers of Italy
2 / 31
In government
Union of the Centre – DC
1 / 31
In government
Political Action
1 / 31
In government
Abruzzo in Common
1 / 31
In opposition
Legnini for President
1 / 31
In opposition

See also

References

  1. ^ "Gruppi consiliari | Consiglio regionale dell'Abruzzo". www.consiglio.regione.abruzzo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 4 July 2019.