A presidential election was held to elect candidates to a seven-member republic presidium. Six candidates were elected by members of Bosnia's nations (two each by Bosnian Muslims, Bosnian Serbs, and Bosnian Croats), and a seventh candidate was elected to represent all "others."
The Party of Democratic Action also emerged as the largest party in the election for the Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with 43 of the 130 seats in the Chamber of Citizens and 43 of the 110 seats in the Chamber of Municipalities. Voter turnout was 74.4% for the presidential election, 81.6% for the Chamber of Municipalities election and 77.5% for the Chamber of Citizens election. However, the election was marred by irregularities; in Brčko, Doboj, Nevesinje and Sarajevo there were more votes than registered voters (13,316 registered voters in Brčko but 49,055 votes, 4,771 voters in the Old City of Sarajevo but 28,974 votes).
^Sources: Dieter Nohlen and Philip Stöver, Elections in Europe: A Data Handbook (Nomos, 2011); Mirsad Karic, "Social Cleavages, Conflict and Accommodation in Bosnian Political History from the Late 19th Century until the 1990s," Bilgi, Issue #22 (2011), p. 91; Virtuts Sambró Melero, "Las elecciones de 1990 en Bosnia," in Carlos Flores Juberías, ed., De la Europa del Este al este de Europa (Universitat de València, 2011), p. 152; Virtuts Sambró Melero, "Contextualització i anàlisi de les eleccions del 18 de novembre de 1990 a la R.S. de Bòsnia i Hercegovina" (Doctoral Thesis, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2009).