The Ligurian regional election of 1990 took place on 6 and 7 May 1990.
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.
|Italian Communist Party||330,029||28.4||12|
|Italian Socialist Party||163,512||14.1||6|
|Northern League Liguria||71,311||6.1||2|
|Greens (Green List – Rainbow 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|
|Antiprohibitionists on Drugs||16,429||1.4||1|
|Hunting Fishing Environment||13,484||1.2||-|
Source: Ministry of the Interior