The election to the Constituent Assembly of Great Britain took place on the 18th January 1990 and was a victory for the Pro-Democracy faction within the Assembly who won a majority of seats.
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|British Constituent Assembly Election|
|All 500 seats to the British Constituent Assembly|
|January 18, 1990|
|First party||Second party||Third party|
|Party||[[Pro-Democracy Alliance|Template:Pro-Democracy Alliance/meta/shortname]]||[[BUF|Template:BUF/meta/shortname]]||[[Worker's Party|Template:Worker's Party/meta/shortname]]|
The British Union which ruled Britain for 50 years was suddenly overthrown in the British Liveral Revolution which resulted in the establish of the British Provisional Government. After the Provisional Government survived an attempted Communist Coup in the Little Anarchy the Provisional Government announced that elections to the promised Constituent Assembly would be held on the 18th January 1990.