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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) Part of the Politics series Elections Allotment (sortition) By-election Electoral fraud Show election Fixed-term election General election Primary election Open vs. closed Nonpartisan blanket Two-round (runoff) Direct vs. Indirect Local election Referendum Criticisms of electoralism Terminology Anonymous elector Apportionment Boundary delimitation (redistricting) Crossover voting Gerrymandering Election silence Majority-minority districts Nesting Secret ballot Suffrage Subseries Political party Voting Voting systems Lists Elections by country Election results by country Electoral calendar Politics portal v · d · e Elections in 1990 brings the results of national/federal direct elections in the countries listed in the list of countries and the Electoral calendar. Elections are listed under the first date of the election. To the right of the results one can find the infobox on Politics of the country involved. See also Electoral calendar 1990. Election results by year v · d · e 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 See also: Electoral calendar | Election results by country Contents 1 February 1.1 February 18: Japan 2 April 2.1 April 8: Greece February February 18: Japan Japan This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Japan Constitution Constitution (history) Emperor Emperor (List) Akihito Imperial Household Agency National Diet House of Representatives House of Councillors Government Prime Minister (List) Naoto Kan Cabinet Ministries Judiciary Judicial system Prefectures Prefectures Governors (list) Elections Elections House of Councillors 2001, 2004, 2007, 2010 House of Representatives: 2003, 2005, 2009, Next Political parties Major parties Democratic Liberal Democratic Third parties Foreign relations Foreign policy Foreign relations Others Fiscal policy Human rights Political extremism Other countries · Atlas Politics portal view · talk · edit e • d Summary of the 18 February 1990 Japanese House of Representatives election results Alliances and parties Votes  % +/- Total seats +/- Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) Jiyū Minshutō 30,315,417 46.14% 275 -25 Socialist Party of Japan (JSP) Nihon Shakai-to 16,025,473 24.35% 136 +51 Komeito Kōmeitō 5,242,675 7.98% 45 -9 Japanese Communist Party (JCP) Nihon Kyōsantō 5,226,987 7.96% 16 -10 Japan Democratic Socialist Party (DSP) Minsha-tō 3,178,949 4.84% 14 -12 United Socialist Democratic Party 566,957 0.86% 4 0 Progressive Party 281,793 0.43% 1 +1 Independents 4,807,524 7.32% 21 +12 Other Parties 58,536 0.09% 0 -6 Total (turnout 73.3%) 66,215,906 100.0 512 Source: Inter Parlamentary Union April April 8: Greece Greece This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Greece Constitution Constitution (History) Parliament Parliament Speaker Philippos Petsalnikos Presidium Conference of Presidents Parliamentary Committees Government President (List) Karolos Papoulias Presidential Departments Cabinet (List) Prime Minister (List) George Papandreou Deputy Prime Minister Theodoros Pangalos Judiciary Judicial system Supreme Special Court Court of Cassation Council of State Chamber of Accounts Subdivisions Administrative divisions Peripheries Peripheral units Municipalities Elections Elections: 2006 (local) 2007 (legislative) 2009 (European) 2009 (legislative) 2010 (local) Political parties Constituencies Foreign policy Politics of the European Union Foreign relations Minister for Foreign Affairs Other countries · Atlas Politics portal view · talk · edit Summary of the 8 April 1990 Greek Parliament election results Votes Seats No. %  +− % No. +− New Democracy Constantine Mitsotakis 3,088,137 46.9% 150 Panhellenic Socialist Movement Andreas Papandreou 2,543,042 38.6% 123 Coalition of the Left and Progress Charilaos Florakis 677,059 10.3% 19 Joint Panhellenic Socialist Movement-Left Coalition 66,861 1.0% 4 Alternative Ecologists 50,686 0.8% 1 Independent Muslim List 45,981 0.7% 2 Democratic Renewal Konstantinos Stefanopoulos 44,077 0.7% 1 Other Green Lists 20,041 0.3% - - - New Left Current-People's Opposition Kostas Kappos 14,365 0.2% - - - Communist Party of Greece (Interior)-Renewal Left 8,827 0.1% - - - National Party 6,641 0.1% - - - Party of Greek Hunters 5,060 0.1% - - - Nationalist Alignment 2,079 0.0% - - - Autonomous Movement Workers Politics Antonios Halaris 1,174 0.0% - - - Olympism Party 691 0.0% - - - Others 11,487 0.0% - - - No. of valid votes 6,586,040 100.00   300   Invalid votes 112,551   Total 6,698,591 (83.2%) Source: Thomas T. Mackie (April 1992). "General elections in Western Nations during 1990". European Journal of Political Research 21 (3): 317–332. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6765.1992.tb00301.x.