The 1990 English State Election was held to elect members to the English Parliament, the election was held on the same day as the British Republic general election, 1990.
|‹ 1990 1993 ›|
|English State Election, 1990|
|All 300 seats to the English Parliament|
|May 23, 1990|
|First party||Second party||Third party|
|Leader||Alan Beith||Ian Anderson||Margaret Beckett|
|Party||[[Social Liberal|Template:Social Liberal/meta/shortname]]||[[BUF|Template:BUF/meta/shortname]]||[[Leftist Alliance|Template:Leftist Alliance/meta/shortname]]|
|Leader since||16th July 1988||3rd September 1989||5th December 1989|
|Leader's seat||North East England||London||East Midlands|
|Fourth party||Fifth party|
|Leader||Kenneth Clarke||Rosie Barnes|
|Party||[[Conservative Party|Template:Conservative Party/meta/shortname]]||[[Social Democratic Party|Template:Social Democratic Party/meta/shortname]]|
|Leader since||15th July 1989||3rd March 1988|
|Leader's seat||East Midlands||London|
Previous First Minister
The English Parliament contains 300 seats which are elected from 9 multi-member constituencies in which members are elected by closed-list proportional representation with seats allocated by the D'Hondt method. There is also a 5% vote share threshold which parties must pass for their members to be elected.
The election resulted in the formation of a coalition between the Social Liberals and the Leftist Alliance who between each other controlled 162 of the Parliaments 300 seats.