Regional Council of Piedmont

Legislative assembly of Piedmont, Italy

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Regional Council of Piedmont
11th Legislature
Type
Type
Leadership
President
Stefano Allasia, League
since 1 July 2019
Structure
Seats51
Piedmont Regional Council 2019.svg
Political groups
Government (33)
  •   Lega (23)
  •   FI (5)
  •   FdI (5)

Opposition (18)

  •   PD (10)
  •   M5S (3)
  •   M4O (2)
  •   Monviso (1)
  •   Moderates (1)
  •   LUV (1)
Elections
Last election
26 May 2019
Next election
2024 Piedmontese regional election
Meeting place
Turin
Website
Official website

The Regional Council of Piedmont (Consiglio Regionale del Piemonte) is the legislative assembly of Piedmont.

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 Piedmont was originally composed of 60 regional councillors. Following the decree-law n. 138 of 13 August 2011, the number of regional councillors was reduced to 50, with an additional seat reserved for the President of the Region.

Political groups

The Regional Council of Piedmont is currently composed of the following political groups:[1]

Party Seats Status
League
23 / 51
In government
Democratic Party
10 / 51
In opposition
Forza Italia
5 / 51
In government
Brothers of Italy
5 / 51
In government
Five Star Movement
3 / 51
In opposition
Chiamparino for Piedmont – Monviso
1 / 51
In opposition
Free Equal Greens
1 / 51
In opposition
Moderates
1 / 51
In opposition
Mixed group – 4th October Movement
2 / 51
In opposition

See also

References

  1. ^ "Gruppi consiliari". www.cr.piemonte.it (in Italian). Retrieved 4 July 2019.

External links

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