1990 Emilia-Romagna regional election

The Emilia-Romagna regional election of 1990 took place on 6 and 7 May 1990.

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Emilia-Romagna

The Italian Communist Party was by far the largest party. After the election Enrico Boselli, regional leader of the Italian Socialist Party, formed a government comprising the Communists and the Italian Democratic Socialist Party.

In 1994 Boselli, who had been elected to the Parliament of Italy, was replaced by Pier Luigi Bersani of the Democratic Party of the Left, the successor party of the Communists.

Results

Parties Votes % Seats
Italian Communist Party 1,231,631 42.1 23
Christian Democracy 683,979 23.4 13
Italian Socialist Party 362,319 12.4 6
Italian Republican Party 140,044 4.8 2
Green List 97,676 3.3 1
Italian Social Movement 88,718 3.0 1
Lega Emiliano-Romagnola 85,379 2.9 1
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 55,244 1.9 1
Rainbow Greens 46,770 1.6 1
Italian Liberal Party 42,916 1.5 1
Antiprohibitionists on Drugs 30,365 1.0
Proletarian Democracy 24,146 0.8
Hunting Fishing Environment 20,540 0.7
Others 18,245 0.6
Total 2,928,196 100.0 50
Source: Ministry of the Interior
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