Comorian legislative election, 1992
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Parliamentary elections were held in the Comoros on 22 November 1992, with a second round on 29 November 1992. Due to electoral irregularities in the initial elections, there were also by-elections in six of the 42 constituencies on 13 and 20 December.
The election was contested by 320 candidates representing 22 parties, although the Comorian Union for Progress and the National Union for Democracy in the Comoros both boycotted it in protest at the government's refusal to update voting lists and the detention of major politicians. The Union of Democrats for Development emerged as the largest party, although it won only seven seats. Voter turnout was 69.3%.
|Movement for Democracy and Progress||15,194||10.4||3|
|Union of Democrats for Development||14,961||10.3||7|
|Rally for Change and Democracy||11,810||8.1||1|
|Democratic Front of the Comoros||11,615||8.0||2|
|Comorian Party for Democracy and Progress||9,317||6.4||3|
|Islands' Fraternity and Unity Party||9,030||6.2||3|
|Dialogue Proposition Action||7,812||5.4||1|
|Realising Freedom's Capability||7,674||5.3||1|
|National Front for Justice||4,982||3.4||1|
|Movement for Renewal and Democratic Action||4,492||3.1||1|
|Comorian Popular Front||3,550||2.4||2|
|Party for National Salvation||3,394||2.3||1|
|Socialist Party of Comoros||368||0.3||0|
|Seats with the results annulled[a]||–||–||6|
|Source: Nohlen et al.|
a In the subsequent by-elections in December for five of the six seats, the Movement for Democracy and Progress won two seats, with the Comorian Party for Democracy and Progress, the Democratic Front of the Comoros and Twamaya winning one each.