Slovenian parliamentary election, 1996

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Parliamentary elections were held in Slovenia on 10 November 1996.[1] The result was a victory for Liberal Democracy of Slovenia, which won 25 of the 90 seats. Party leader Janez Drnovsek was re-elected Prime Minister by the Parliament on 9 January 1997.

Results[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/-
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia 288,783 27.01 25 +3
Slovenian People's Party 207,186 19.38 19 +9
Social Democratic Party of Slovenia 172,470 16.13 16 +12
Slovene Christian Democrats 102,852 9.62 10 -5
United List of Social Democrats 96,597 9.03 9 -5
Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia 46,152 4.32 5 New
Slovenian National Party 34,422 3.22 4 -8
Democratic Party of Slovenia 28,624 2.68 0 -6
Greens of Slovenia 18,853 1.76 0 -5
Slovenian Craftsmen and Entreprenerial Party-Centrum Party 12,335 1.15 0 0
Slovenian Forum 11,383 1.06 0 New
Liberal Party 7,972 0.75 0 0
National Labour Party 5,827 0.54 0 New
Green Alternative of Slovenia 5,602 0.52 0 New
Republican Association of Slovenia 5,071 0.47 0 0
Communist Party of Slovenia 5,027 0.47 0 New
Christian Social Union 4,767 0.45 0 New
Slovenian National Right 3,327 0.31 0 New
DEUS-LZS 2,025 0.19 0 New
New Party 1,104 0.10 0 New
Forward Slovenia 886 0.08 0 New
Party for the Equality of Regions 541 0.05 0 New
Independents 7,398 0.69 0 0
Minority representatives - - 2 0
Invalid/blank votes 67,007 - - -
Total 1,136,211 100 90 0
Source: European Election Database, Parties and elections in Europe, National Electoral Committee
Vote share
LDS
  
27.01%
SLS
  
19.38%
SDSS
  
16.13%
SKD
  
9.62%
ZLSD
  
9.03%
DeSUS
  
4.32%
SNS
  
3.22%
DS
  
2.68%
ZS
  
1.76%
SOPS
  
1.15%
SF
  
1.06%
Others
  
4.63%
Parliamentary seats
LDS
  
27.78%
SLS
  
21.11%
SDSS
  
17.78%
SKD
  
11.11%
ZLSD
  
10.00%
DeSUS
  
5.56%
SNS
  
4.44%
Minorities
  
2.22%

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