Apulian regional election, 1990
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The Apulian regional election of 1990 took place on 6 May 1990.
Christian Democracy was by far the largest party, largely ahead of its major competitors, the Italian Communist Party, which had its worst result ever in a regional election, and the Italian Socialist Party, that gained its best result ever and even surpassed the Communists.
After the election Christian Democrat Michele Bellomo was elected President of the Region at the head of a centre-left coalition. After the Tangentopoli scandals, Bellomo was replaced by a succession of short-lived governments.
|Italian Socialist Party||474,404||19.7||10|
|Italian Communist Party||449,969||18.7||10|
|Italian Social Movement||149,707||6.2||3|
|Italian Democratic Socialist Party||104,055||4.3||2|
|Italian Republican Party||71,554||3.0||1|
|Italian Liberal Party||52,871||2.2||1|
Source: Ministry of the Interior