Piedmontese regional election, 1990
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politics and government of
The Piedmontese regional election of 1990 took place on 6 May 1990.
Christian Democracy and the Italian Communist Party lost many votes, especially to the regionalist parties and the Greens. After the election Christian Democrat Gian Paolo Brizio formed a government comprising the Italian Socialist Party, the Italian Liberal Party, the Italian Republican Party and the Italian Democratic Socialist Party.
In 1994, following the Tangentopoli-crisis and the dissolution of Christian Democracy, Brizio, who had joined to the Italian People's Party, formed a new government which included the Democratic Party of the Left, successor party of the Communists, and the Socialists.
|Italian Communist Party||663,468||22.8||14|
|Italian Socialist Party||445,768||15.3||9|
|Italian Liberal Party||120,677||4.1||2|
|Italian Republican Party||116,344||4.0||2|
|Italian Social Movement||104,851||3.6||2|
|Italian Democratic Socialist Party||92,559||3.2||2|
Source: Ministry of the Interior