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November 1, 1989 | Reuters
The dominant Christian Democrats held their own in Rome's city council elections, seen as a test for Italy's national coalition. Despite a corruption scandal that tainted the party's outgoing mayor, final results of the two-day elections ending Monday gave the Christian Democrats nearly 32% of the vote, slightly less than in 1985. The council is likely to be ruled by the same outgoing coalition, in which the other parties are the Socialists, Republicans, Liberals and Social Democrats.
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November 1, 1989 | Reuters
The dominant Christian Democrats held their own in Rome's city council elections, seen as a test for Italy's national coalition. Despite a corruption scandal that tainted the party's outgoing mayor, final results of the two-day elections ending Monday gave the Christian Democrats nearly 32% of the vote, slightly less than in 1985. The council is likely to be ruled by the same outgoing coalition, in which the other parties are the Socialists, Republicans, Liberals and Social Democrats.
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