Ecuadorian general election, 1992

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Ecuadorian general election, 1992
Ecuador
1988 ←
17 May and 5 July 1992
→ 1996

  Sixto duran ballen.JPG JaimeNebot.JPG
Nominee Sixto Durán Ballén Jaime Nebot
Party PUR PSC
Running mate Alberto Dahik Galo Vela Alvarez
Popular vote 2,146,762 1,598,707
Percentage 57.3% 42.7%

President before election

Rodrigo Borja Cevallos
ID

Elected President

Sixto Durán Ballén
PUR

General elections were held in Ecuador on 17 May 1992, with a second round of the presidential elections on 5 July.[1] The presidential elections resulted in a victory for Sixto Durán Ballén of the Republican Union PartyConservative Party alliance, who received 57.3% of the vote in the run-off.[2] The Social Christian Party emerged as the largest party in the House of Representatives, winning 21 of the 77 seats.[3]

Results[edit]

President[edit]

Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Sixto Durán Ballén PURPCE 1,089,154 31.9 2,146,762 57.3
Jaime Nebot Social Christian Party 855,225 25.0 1,598,707 42.7
Abdalá Bucaram Ecuadorian Roldosist Party 750,611 22.0
Raúl Baca Carbo Democratic Left 288,640 8.5
Frank Vargas Pazzos Ecuadorian Revolutionary Popular Action 107,804 3.5
León Roldós Socialist Party 88,255 2.6
Fausto Moreno Democratic People's Movement 66,507 2.0
Vladimiro Alvarez DPUDC 64,611 1.9
Averroes Bucaram Concentration of People's Forces 45,768 1.3
Bolívar Chiriboga Ecuadorian Radical Liberal Party 32,816 1.6
Gustavo Iturralde Broad Front of the Left 15,760 0.5
Bolívar González Assad Bucaram Party 11,050 0.3
Invalid/blank votes 673,542 428,628
Total 4,089,743 100 4,174,097 100
Registered voters/turnout 5,710,363 71.6 5,710,363 73.1
Source: Nohlen

House of Representatives[edit]

Party Nationwide District Seats +/–
Votes % Votes %
Social Christian Party 753,452 23.4 742,165 23.5 21 +13
Republican Union Party 575,801 17.9 12 New
Ecuadorian Roldosist Party 486,498 15.4 513,248 16.3 13 +5
Democratic Left 313,415 9.7 289,816 9.2 7 –24
Conservative Party 193,654 6.0 271,096 8.6 6 +5
Democratic People's Movement 191,870 6.0 152,797 4.8 4 +2
DPUDC 171,073 5.3 231,163 7.3 5 –3
Socialist Party 130,558 4.1 2,594 0.1 3 –1
Concentration of People's Forces 120,607 3.7 78,630 2.5 1 –4
Alfarista Radical Front 109,419 3.4 114,849 3.6 1 –1
Ecuadorian Revolutionary Popular Action 48,833 1.5 472,751 15.0 1 +1
Ecuadorian Radical Liberal Party 45,982 1.4 60,773 1.9 2 +1
UDPFADI 30,541 0.9 30,675 0.9 0 –2
National Liberation 28,885 0.9 31,645 1.0 1 New
People, Change, Democracy 20,773 0.6 14,630 0.5 0 0
Assad Bucaram Party 14,509 0.5 0 New
Other parties 134,779 4.3 0
Invalid/blank votes 835,752 853,545
Total 4,057,113 100 4,009,665 100 77 +17
Registered voters/turnout 5,710,363 71.0 5,710,363 70.2
Source: Nohlen

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume II, p379 ISBN 978-0-19-928358-3
  2. ^ Nohlen, p403
  3. ^ Nohlen, p396