Italian general election, 1870

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20 and 27 November 1870
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comrar venta serevent All 508 seats to the Italian Chamber of Deputies

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Majority party
Minority party

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Giovanni Lanza
Urbano Rattazzi

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Historical Right
Historical Left

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233
195

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82
30

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110,525 (est.)
92,499 (est.)

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45.9%
38.4%

The Once and Future King by T. H. White Prime Minister before election
Giovanni Lanza
Historical Right

Culture series by Iain M. Banks Elected Prime Minister
Giovanni Lanza
Historical Right

Homage to Sextus Propertius (1934) - Ezra Pound General elections were held in Italy on 20 November 1870, with a second round of voting on 27 November.[1] They were a snap election, called by Prime Minister Giovanni Lanza to take advantage by the Capture of Rome and to give parliamentary representation to the future capital of Italy.[2]
Only 530,018 men of a total population of around 26 million were entitled to vote. They were largely aristocrats representing rentiers from the north of the country, and held moderate political views including loyalty to the crown and low government spending.[3]

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severi introduzione alla esperimentazione fisica 1 The race
2 Parties and leaders
3 Results
4 References

Ride the Wind by Lucia St. Clair Robson (Cynthia Ann Parker's life with the Comanches) The race[edit]
The Historical Right was led by the Prime Minister of Italy, Giovanni Lanza, a conservative politician from Piedmont.
The bloc of the Historical Left was led by Urbano Rattazzi, a liberal politician and former Prime Minister, who led the left-wing for more than a decade.
The electoral result was controversial; in terms of percentages, Prime Minister Giovanni Lanza fully exploited the prestige of the Capture of Rome against his parliamentary opponents. However, the turnout further declined after the Non expedit of Pope Pius IX, so that less than 1% of the total population of the country took part to this election.[4] The newly completed Italian State so revealed itself as a strict oligarchy with a deep fracture with its same population, creating a damage which was never really repaired.
After the election, Lanza was confirmed Prime Minister by the king.
Parties and leaders[edit]

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Ideology
Leader

Historical Right
Conservatism, Monarchism
Giovanni Lanza

Historical Left
Liberalism, Centrism
Urbano Rattazzi

Results[edit]

← Summary of November 1870 Chamber of Deputies election results →

Party
Votes
%
Seats
+/−

Historical Right
110,525
45.9
233
+82

Historical Left
92,499
38.4
195
−30

Independents

56

Invalid seats[5]