The Ligurian regional election of 1990 took place on 6 and 7 May 1990.

Largest party by municipality
Largest party by municipality

Events

Christian Democracy and the Italian Communist Party lost many votes, especially to Ligurian Union and the Greens. After the election Christian Democrat Giacomo Gualco formed a government with the Italian Socialist Party and their centrist allies (Pentapartito). In 1992 Glauco was replaced by Edmondo Ferrero, to whom Giancarlo Mori succeeded in 1994 with a centre-left majority.

Results

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Italian Communist Party 330,029 28.4 12
Christian Democracy 320,412 27.5 12
Italian Socialist Party 163,512 14.1 6
Northern League Liguria 71,311 6.1 2
Greens (Green ListRainbow Greens) 66,740 5.7 2
Italian Republican Party 47,728 4.1 1
Italian Social Movement 39,276 3.4 1
Italian Liberal Party 34,930 3.0 1
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 26,503 2.3 1
Pensioners' Party 20,942 1.8 1
Antiprohibitionists on Drugs 16,429 1.4 1
Hunting Fishing Environment 13,484 1.2 -
Proletarian Democracy 12,000 1.0 -
Total 1,163,296 100.0 40

Source: Ministry of the Interior