Burundian legislative election, 1993
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Parliamentary elections were held in Burundi on 29 June 1993. They were the first multi-party parliamentary elections since 1965, and followed the approval of a new constitution in a referendum in 1992. The result was a victory for the Front for Democracy in Burundi, which won 65 of the 81 seats.
Six political parties and eight independents took part in the election
- Front for Democracy in Burundi (FRODEBU) - a predominantly Hutu party founded by Melchior Ndadaye in 1986. It was officially registered as a political party in 1992.
- People's Party (PP) - a predominantly Hutu party.
- People's Reconciliation Party (PRP) - a monarchist party led by Pierre-Claver Sendegeya.
- Rally for Democracy and Economic and Social Development (RADDES) - a predominantly Tutsi party who supported Pierre Buyoya in the presidential election.
- Rally for the People of Burundi (RPB) - a predominantly Hutu party that supported Melchior Ndadaye in the presidential election.
- Union for National Progress (UPRONA) - predominantly Tutsi and former sole legal party led by Pierre Buyoya.
|Front for Democracy in Burundi||1,532,106||72.58||65|
|Union for National Progress||461,691||21.87||16|
|Rally for the People of Burundi||35,932||1.70||0|
|People's Reconciliation Party||30,251||1.43||0|
|Rally for Democracy and Economic and Social Development||26,519||1.26||0|