1990 Lazio regional election

The Lazio 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
Lazio

Christian Democracy was by far the largest party, largely ahead of the Italian Communist Party, which placed second. After the election Christian Democrat Rodolfo Gigli formed a government which included the Italian Socialist Party and some minor parties.

After 1992, following the Tangentopoli scandals, Gigli was succeeded by a succession of governments led by Giorgio Pasetto (Christian Democrat, 1992–1994), Carlo Proietti (Democratic Party of the Left, 1994–1995) and Arturo Osio (Green, 1995).

Results

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 1,123,076 34.5 22
Italian Communist Party 776,485 23.8 15
Italian Socialist Party 464,958 14.3 9
Italian Social Movement 213,174 6.5 4
Italian Republican Party 155,179 4.8 3
Green List 125,460 3.9 2
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 90,300 2.8 2
Rainbow Greens 78,683 2.4 1
Antiprohibitionists on Drugs 58,720 1.8 1
Italian Liberal Party 58,720 1.8 1
Proletarian Democracy 30,165 0.9 -
Others 85,452 2.6 -
Total 3,260,408 100.0 60

Source: Ministry of the Interior


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