Slovenian parliamentary election, 2000

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Parliamentary elections were held in Slovenia on 15 October 2000.[1] The result was a victory for Liberal Democracy of Slovenia, which won 34 of the 90 seats. Following the election, Liberal Democracy leader Janez Drnovšek returned to the post of Prime Minister.

Results[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/-
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia 390,306 36.26 34 +9
Slovenian Democratic Party 170,228 15.81 14 -2
United List of Social Democrats 130,079 12.08 11 +2
Slovenian People's Party-Slovene Christian Democrats 102,691 9.54 9 -20
New Slovenia 93,247 8.66 8 New
Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia 55,634 5.17 4 -1
Slovenian National Party 47,214 4.39 4 0
Youth Party of Slovenia 46,674 4.34 4 New
Greens of Slovenia 9,691 0.90 0 0
Democratic Party of Slovenia 8,079 0.75 0 0
New Party 6,338 0.59 0 0
Voice of Slovenian Women 4,745 0.44 0 New
Forward Slovenia 3,300 0.31 0 0
Party of Democratic Action 3,208 0.30 0 New
Communist Party of Slovenia 1,945 0.18 0 0
Regional Party of Styria 7232 0.07 0 New
Independents 2,409 0.23 0 0
Minority representatives - - 2 0
Invalid/blank votes 37,650 - - -
Total 1,114,170 100 90 0
Source: European Election Database, Parties and elections in Europe, National Electoral Committee
Vote share
LDS
  
36.26%
SDSS
  
15.81%
ZLSD
  
12.08%
SLS
  
9.54%
NSi
  
8.66%
DeSUS
  
5.17%
SNS
  
4.39%
SMS
  
4.34%
ZS
  
0.90%
Others
  
3.76%
Parliamentary seats
LDS
  
37.78%
SDSS
  
15.56%
ZLSD
  
12.22%
SLS
  
10.00%
NSi
  
8.89%
DeSUS
  
4.44%
SNS
  
4.44%
SMS
  
4.44%
Minorities
  
2.22%

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