Slovenian presidential election, 1997

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Presidential elections were held in Slovenia on 23 December 1997. The result was a victory for incumbent Milan Kučan, who won 55.54% of the vote. Voter turnout was 68.65%.[1]

Results[edit]

Candidate Party Votes %
Milan Kučan Independent 578,925 55.54
Janez Podobnik Slovenian People's Party 191,645 18.39
Jozef Bernik SDSS-SKD 98,996 9.50
Marjan Cerar Independent 73,439 7.05
Marjan Poljsak National Labour Party 33,477 3.21
Anton Persak Democratic Party of Slovenia 32,039 3.07
Bogomir Kovac Liberal Democracy of Slovenia 28,110 2.70
Franc Miklavcic Christian-Social Union 5,713 0.55
Invalid/blank votes 22,102
Total 1,064,446 100
Registered voters/turnout 1,550,592 68.65
Source: European Elections Database

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dataset: Slovenia: Presidential Election 1997 European Elections Database