Montenegrin general election, 1992–93

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General elections were held in Montenegro on 20 December 1992, with a second round of the presidential election on 10 January 1993. The elections were seen as a referendum on independence for Montenegro, and were won by the Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro who favoured greater autonomy within Yugoslavia. The presidential elections were won by Momir Bulatović, who received 63.4% of the vote in the second round.[1]

Results[edit]

Candidate First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Momir Bulatović 123,183 42.8 63.4
Branko Kostić 68,296 23.7 36.6
Slavko Perović 52,736 18.3
Novak Kilibarda 25,979 9.0
Dragan Hajduković 10,270 3.6
S. Vujošević 2,770 1.0
V. Kaluđerović 1,606 0.6
P. Popović 1,419 0.5
Ž. Radović 1,399 0.5
Invalid/blank votes 8,150 2,863
Total 295,808 100 253,630 100
Registered voters/turnout 429,047 68.9 429,047 59.1

Parliament[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro 126,083 42.66 46 –37
People's Party of Montenegro 37,549 12.71 14 +1
Liberal Alliance of Montenegro 35,596 12.04 13 New
Serbian Radical Party 22,329 7.56 8 New
Social Democratic Party of Reformists 13,002 4.1 4 New
Democratic Alliance in Montenegro 11,393 3.85 0 New
Socialist Party of Montenegro 8,433 2.85 0 New
Democratic Opposition[a] 7,847 2.65 0
League of Communists–Movement for Yugoslavia in Montenegro 6,249 2.11 0 New
Civic Group - Association of Fighters '91-'92 4,230 1.43 0 New
Serbian National Renewal for Montenegro and Herzegovina 3,905 1.32 0 New
Demo-Christian (Orthodox) Party 2,484 0.84 0 0
Civic Group-Ecological Movement of Montenegro 2,078 0.7 0 New
Communist Party of Yugoslavia in Montenegro 1,932 0.65 0 0
Social Democratic Party of Montenegro 1,199 0.41 0 New
New Communist Movement of Yugoslavia 1,092 0.37 0 New
Serbian Fatherland Movement 962 0.32 0 New
Civic Group-Democratic Left–Humanism and Technical Progress 705 0.24 0 New
Montenegrin Federalist Movement-Cetinje 561 0.19 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 7,685
Total 295,519 100 85 –40
Registered voters/turnout 67.31

a The Democratic Opposition consisted of the Democratic Party, the People's Democratic Party, the Democratic Alliance of Independent Businessmen and the Serbian Democratic Party.

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