Slovenian parliamentary election, 1992

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Parliamentary elections were held in Slovenia on 6 and 10 December 1992. The result was a victory for Liberal Democracy of Slovenia, which won 22 of the 90 seats.[1] Party leader Janez Drnovsek was re-elected Prime Minister by the Parliament on 12 January 1993.

Results[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/-
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia 278,851 23.5 22 +10
Slovene Christian Democrats 172,424 14.5 15 +4
United List of Social Democrats 161,349 13.6 14 0
Slovenian National Party 119,091 10.0 12 New
Slovenian People's Party 103,300 8.7 10 -1
Democratic Party of Slovenia 59,487 5.0 6 -2
Greens of Slovenia 44,019 3.7 5 -3
Social Democratic Party of Slovenia 39,675 3.3 4 -2
Socialist Party of Slovenia 32,696 2.8 0 -5
National Democrats-Slovenian Party 25,852 2.2 0
Slovenian Craftsmen and Entreprenerial Party 18,965 1.6 0
Liberal Party 18,069 1.5 0 -3
Liberal Democratic Party of Slovenia 16,892 1.4 0
Party of Independence 16,178 1.4 0
Christian Socialists-Free Party 13,592 1.1 0
Association for Primorska Region 10,059 0.8 0
DEMOS 9,143 0.8 0
Stajerska Demokratska Krscanska Stranka 8,022 0.7 0
Party of Ecological Movement of Slovenia 7,360 0.6 0
Movement for Democracy 6,707 0.6 0
Zruzenje "SMER" Slovenije 6,674 0.6 0
Republican Association of Slovenia 5,378 0.5 0
IDZ 1125 0.1 0
Regional Party of Styria 912 0.1 0
Zeleno Gibanje Obcine Ljibljana Moste Polje 708 0.1 0
Independents 11,850 1.0 0
Minority representatives - - 2 0
Total 1,188,378 100 90 +10
Source: European Election Database, Parties and elections in Europe
Vote share
LDS
  
23.46%
SKD
  
14.51%
SDP
  
13.58%
SNS
  
10.02%
SLS
  
8.69%
DS
  
5.01%
ZS
  
3.70%
SDSS
  
3.34%
SSS
  
2.75%
NDiSGS
  
2.18%
SOPS
  
1.60%
LS
  
1.52%
LDSS
  
1.42%
SN
  
1.36%
KS-DS-NSS
  
1.14%
Others
  
5.72%
Parliamentary seats
LDS
  
24.44%
SKD
  
16.67%
SDP
  
15.56%
SNS
  
13.33%
SLS
  
11.11%
DS
  
6.67%
ZS
  
5.56%
SDSS
  
4.44%
Minorities
  
2.22%

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