Senegalese presidential election, 1993

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Presidential elections were held in Senegal on 21 February 1993. Incumbent President Abdou Diouf of the Socialist Party defeated seven other candidates, winning 58.4% of the vote.[1] Voter turnout was 51.5%.

Results[edit]

Candidate Party Votes %
Abdou Diouf Socialist Party 757,311 58.40
Abdoulaye Wade Senegalese Democratic Party 415,295 32.03
Landing Savané And Jëf-African Party for Democracy and Socialism 37,787 2.91
Abdoulaye Bathily Democratic League/Movement for the Labour Party 31,279 2.41
Iba Der Thiam Convention of Democrats and Patriots 20,840 1.61
Madior Diouf National Democratic Rally 12,635 0.97
Mamadou Lô Independent 11,058 0.85
Babacar Niang Party for the Liberation of People 10,450 0.81
Invalid/blank votes 15,499 -
Total 1,312,154 100

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elections in Senegal African Elections Database

Further reading[edit]

  • Villalón, Leonardo A. (1994). "Democratizing a (Quasi) Democracy: The Senegalese Elections of 1993". African Affairs 93 (371): 163–193. JSTOR 723839.