Montenegrin general election, 1990

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General elections were held on Montenegro on 9 December 1990,[1] with a second round of the presidential election held later in the month. Momir Bulatović of the League of Communists of Montenegro won the presidential election, whilst his party emerged as the largest in Parliament, winning 83 of the 125 seats.[1]

Results[edit]

President[edit]

Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Momir Bulatović League of Communists of Montenegro 170,092 42.22 203,616 76.1
Ljubiša Stanković Union of Reform Forces 68,998 16.4 56,990 21.3
Novak Kilibarda People's Party 33,531 8.3
Invalid/blank votes 33,326 2,128
Total 304,947 100 262,734 100
Registered voters/turnout 402,905 75.7 402,905 65.2

Parliament[edit]

Party Votes % Seats
League of Communists of Montenegro 171,316 56.18 83
Union of Reform Forces 42,840 14.05 17
People's Party 39,146 12.84 13
Democratic Coalition (SDA, DS and SR) 30,760 10.09 12
Democratic Party 2,491 0.82 0
Yugoslavian People's Party 2,175 0.71 0
Demo-Christian (Orthodox) Party 1,735 0.57 0
Socialist League of Montenegro 1,638 0.54 0
Democratic League of Independent Businessmen of Montenegro 844 0.28 0
Independents 2,435 0.8 0
Invalid/blank votes 9,462
Total 304,940 100 125
Registered voters/turnout 75.69

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