Salvadoran legislative election, 2000
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Legislative elections were held in El Salvador on 12 March 2000. Although the Nationalist Republican Alliance received the most votes, the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front won the most seats. Voter turnout was 38.5%.
|Nationalist Republican Alliance||436,169||36.0||29||+1|
|Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front||426,289||35.2||31||+4|
|Party of National Conciliation||106,802||8.8||13||+2|
|Christian Democratic Party||87,074||7.2||6||-4|
|United Democratic Centre||65,070||5.4||3||New|
|National Action Party||44,901||3.7||2||New|
|Social Christian Union||23,329||1.9||0||New|
|Liberal Democratic Party||15,639||1.3||0||-2|
|Popular Labor Party||4,996||0.4||0||New|
- Political Handbook of the world, 1997. New York, 1998.