Algerian local election, 1990

The Algerian local elections of 1990 were the first multiparty elections to take place in independent Algeria.

APC (Popular Communal Assembly) Results

PartyVotesShare of VoteCouncilsSeats
FIS4,331,47254.3%8535,987
FLN2,245,79828.1%4874,799
RCD166,1042.1%87623
PNSD131,1001.6%2134
Other parties179,0362.2%4143
Independents931,27811.7%1061,189
Total7,984,788100%

Turnout: 8,366,760 (65.2%)Valid votes cast: 7,984,788 (62.2%)

APW (Popular Wilaya Assembly) Results

Full results are not available; only the following information is provided here:

PartyVotesShare of VoteCouncilsSeats
FIS4,520,66857.4%31*1,031
FLN2,166,88727.5%6667
RCD155
PNSD08
Other parties013
Independents199
Total7,877,000100%

* 9 councils with no overall control

Turnout: 8,238,921 (64.2%)Valid votes cast: 7,877,000 (61.3%)

Bibliography

* Jacques Fontaine, 'Les elections locales Algériennes du 12 Juin 1990: approche statistique et géographique'. "Maghreb-Machrek", no. 129 (Juillet-Septembre 1990)
* Keith Sutton, Ahmed Aghrout, & Salah Zaimche, 'Political changes in Algeria: an emerging electoral geography', "Maghreb Review", vol. 17, nos. 1-2 (1992).


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