General elections were held in Paraguay on 9 May 1993. In the country's first honest election, as well as the first with no military candidates since 1928, Juan Carlos Wasmosy of the Colorado Party won the presidential election, whilst the Colorado Party won a plurality of seats in the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, but the opposition Authentic Radical Liberal Party and National Encounter Party held a majority of the seats in both, later supplemented by the Colorado Reconciliation Movement which broke away from the Colorado Party. Voter turnout was 69.0% in the presidential election, 67.6% in the Chamber elections and 69.4% in the Senate elections.
|Juan Carlos Wasmosy
||Authentic Radical Liberal Party
|Guillermo Caballero Vargas
||National Encounter Party
||Social Democratic Coalition¹
¹ The Social Democratic Coalition was an alliance of the Christian Democratic Party and the Paraguayan Humanist Party.
Chamber of Deputies