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Venetian regional election, 1990

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The Venetian regional election of 1990 took place on 6 May 1990.

Christian Democracy was by far the largest party, but it was four seats short of an outright majority in the Regional Council. The Greens and the regionalist parties did surprisingly well.

After the election Christian Democrat Franco Cremonese formed a government comprising the Italian Socialist Party, the Italian Republican Party and the Italian Democratic Socialist Party. The government fell in 1992 in the verge of Tangentopoli scandals and was replaced by a succession of governments, which included both Liga Veneta and the Democratic Party of the Left, the successor party of the Communists.[1]

Results

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 1,294,996 42.4 27
Italian Communist Party 475,342 15.6 10
Italian Socialist Party 419,087 13.7 8
Green ListRainbow Greens 217,440 7.1 4
Liga Veneta 180,676 5.9 3
Italian Social Movement 83,225 2.7 1
Italian Republican Party 77,932 2.6 1
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 65,424 2.1 1
Union of the Venetian People 58,093 1.9 1
Italian Liberal Party 48,767 1.6 1
Hunting Fishing Environment 47,289 1.5 1
Anti-Prohibition List 33,974 1.1 1
Civic Initiative 16,235 0.9 1
Proletarian Democracy 25,720 0.8 -
Others 1,406 0.0 -
Total 3,055,606 100.0 60
Source: Regional Council of Veneto

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