Czech municipal elections, 1990

Municipal elections were held in the Czech Republic on 23 and 24 November 1990 as part of nationwide municipal elections in Czechoslovakia. Voter turnout was 73.55%. A total of 51 parties contested the elections, which were won by the Civic Forum.[1][2] The elections also saw the introduction of independent candidates, who received over 10% of the vote.[3]


Party % Seats
Civic Forum 35.6 21,113
Communist Party of Czechoslovakia 17.2 9,603
Czechoslovak People's Party 11.5 8,083
Independents 10.6 18,415


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  3. "Pohledy do historie: První svobodné volby v roce 1990". Ohlasy dění na Boskovicku. Retrieved 24 November 2016.
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