Slovenian presidential election, 1992

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Slovenian presidential election, 1992
Slovenia
1990 ←
6 December 1992 → 1997

  Milan Kucan.jpg
Nominee Milan Kučan Ivo Bizjak
Party Independent SKD
Popular vote 795,012 262,847
Percentage 63.93% 21.14%

President before election

Milan Kučan
Independent

Elected President

Milan Kučan
Independent

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Presidential elections were held in Slovenia on 6 December 1992. The result was a victory for incumbent Milan Kučan, who won 63.93% of the vote. Voter turnout was 85.78%.[1]

Results[edit]

Candidate Party Votes %
Milan Kučan Independent 795,012 63.93
Ivo Bizjak Slovene Christian Democrats 262,847 21.14
Jelko Kacin Regional Party of Styria 90,711 7.29
Stanislav Buser Slovenian People's Party 24,051 1.93
Darja Lavtizar-Bebler Socialist Party of Slovenia 22,691 1.82
Alenka Zagar-Stana NDS 21,603 1.74
Ljubo Sirc Liberal Democracy of Slovenia 18,774 1.51
France Tomsic Social Democratic Party of Slovenia 7,849 0.63
Invalid/blank votes 35,817 -
Total 1,279,355 100
Source: European Elections Database

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dataset: Slovenia: Presidential Election 1992 European Elections Database