Brazilian legislative election, 1990

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Parliamentary elections were held in Brazil on 3 October 1990,[1] the first held under the 1988 constitution. The Brazilian Democratic Movement Party emerged as the largest party, winning 109 of the 502 seats in the Chamber of Deputies and 8 of the 31 seats in the Senate.

Results[edit]

Chamber of Deputies[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Brazilian Democratic Movement Party 7,798,653 19.3 109 –151
Liberal Front Party 5,026,474 12.4 83 –35
Workers' Party 4,128,052 10.2 35 +19
Democratic Labour Party 4,068,078 10.0 46 +22
Democratic Social Party 3,609,196 8.9 42 +9
Brazilian Social Democracy Party 3,515,809 8.7 37 New
National Reconstruction Party 3,357,091 8.3 41 New
Brazilian Labour Party 2,277,882 5.6 34 +17
Liberal Party 1,721,929 4.3 15 +9
Christian Democratic Party 1,205,506 3.0 22 +17
Brazilian Socialist Party 756,034 1.9 11 +10
Reform Labour Party 426,848 1.1 5 New
Brazilian Communist Party 388,654 1.0 3 0
Social Labour Party 373,986 1.0 2 New
Communist Party of Brazil 352,049 0.9 5 +2
Social Christian Party 342,079 0.8 5 +4
Party of National Mobilization 249,606 0.6 1 +1
Social Reform Party 243,231 0.6 4 New
Democratic Social Party 215,226 0.5 0 New
Progressive Republican Party 94,069 0.2 0 New
Labour Party of Brazil 78,358 0.2 0 New
Party of the Reconstruction of the National Order 12,464 0.0 0 New
Brazilian Ruralist Party 257,585 0.9 1 New
Labour Reforming Party 1 +1
National Community Party 0 0
Social Action Party 0 New
Liberating Solidarity Party 0 New
Democratic Party 0 New
Humanist Liberal Party 0 New
Workers' Nationalist Party 0 New
United Socialist Party 0 New
Progressive Action Party 0 New
Socialist Party 0 0
Brazilian Student Party 0 New
Brazilian Women's Party 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 31,442,144
Total 71,940,913 100 502 +15
Registered voters/turnout 83,820,558 85.8
Source: Nohlen

Senate[edit]

Party Votes % Seats
Brazilian Democratic Movement Party 8
Liberal Front Party 8
Brazilian Labour Party 4
National Reconstruction Party 2
Christian Democratic Party 2
Social Democratic Party 2
Workers' Party 1
Democratic Labour Party 1
Brazilian Social Democracy Party 1
Liberal Party 1
Social Labour Party 1
Independents 1
Invalid/blank votes
Total 31
Registered voters/turnout
Source: Nohlen

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume II, p174 ISBN 978-0-19-928358-3