1992 Slovenian parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in Slovenia on 6 and 10 December 1992. The result was a victory for Liberal Democracy of Slovenia, which won 22 of the 90 seats.[1] Party leader Janez Drnovsek was re-elected Prime Minister by the Parliament on 12 January 1993.

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Results

Party Votes % Seats +/-
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia278,85123.522+10
Slovene Christian Democrats172,42414.515+4
United List of Social Democrats161,34913.6140
Slovenian National Party119,09110.012New
Slovenian People's Party103,3008.710-1
Democratic Party of Slovenia59,4875.06-2
Greens of Slovenia44,0193.75-3
Social Democratic Party of Slovenia39,6753.34-2
Socialist Party of Slovenia32,6962.80-5
National Democrats-Slovenian Party25,8522.20
Slovenian Craftsmen and Entrepreneurial Party18,9651.60
Liberal Party18,0691.50-3
Liberal Democratic Party of Slovenia16,8921.40
Party of Independence16,1781.40
Christian Socialists-Free Party13,5921.10
Association for Primorska Region10,0590.80
DEMOS9,1430.80
Stajerska Demokratska Krscanska Stranka8,0220.70
Party of Ecological Movement of Slovenia7,3600.60
Movement for Democracy6,7070.60
Zruzenje "SMER" Slovenije6,6740.60
Republican Association of Slovenia5,3780.50
IDZ11250.10
Regional Party of Styria9120.10
Zeleno Gibanje Obcine Ljibljana Moste Polje7080.10
Independents11,8501.00
Minority representatives--20
Total1,188,37810090+10
Source: European Election Database, Parties and elections in Europe
Vote share
LDS
23.46%
SKD
14.51%
SDP
13.58%
SNS
10.02%
SLS
8.69%
DS
5.01%
ZS
3.70%
SDSS
3.34%
SSS
2.75%
NDiSGS
2.18%
SOPS
1.60%
LS
1.52%
LDSS
1.42%
SN
1.36%
KS-DS-NSS
1.14%
Others
5.72%
Parliamentary seats
LDS
24.44%
SKD
16.67%
SDP
15.56%
SNS
13.33%
SLS
11.11%
DS
6.67%
ZS
5.56%
SDSS
4.44%
Minorities
2.22%

References

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