General elections were held in Haiti between 16 December 1990 and 20 January 1991. The presidential election, held on 16 December, resulted in a victory for Jean-Bertrand Aristide of the National Front for Change and Democracy (FCND), whilst the FCND also won the parliamentary elections in which voter turnout was 50.8%. It was widely reckoned as the first honest election held in Haiti since the country gained independence in 1804.
Aristide was sworn in on 7 February but was desposed in a coup eight months later.
For the elections, the United Nations General Assembly had established the United Nations Observer Group for the Verification of the Elections in Haiti (ONUVEH), which sent election monitors, as did the Organization of American States. These organisations helped ensure that the elections were free and fair.
||National Front for Change and Democracy
||National Alliance for Democracy and Progress
||National Agricultural Industrial Party
|Hubert de Ronceray
||Movement for National Development
||Christian Democratic Party of Haiti
||Unified Party of Haitian Communists
||National Labour Party
|Volvick Rémy Joseph
||National Cobite Movement
||Democratic Movement for the Liberation of Haiti
|Richard Vladimir Jeanty
Chamber of Deputies 
- ^ Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume I, pp390-392 ISBN 978-0-19-928357-6
- ^ Haiti: Elections held in 1990 Inter-Parliamentary Union
- ^ Collins, E & Cole, TM (1996) "Regime Legitimation in Instances of Coup-Caused Governments-in-Exile: The Cases of Presidents Makarios and Aristide" Journal of International Law & Practice 5(2), p218