Czechoslovak parliamentary election, 1992

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Czechoslovak federal election, 1992
Czechoslovakia
← 1990 5 June 1992 (1992-06-05) – 6 June 1992 (1992-06-06)

All 150 seats to the House of the People
All 150 seats to the House of Nations

75 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 85.08%
  First party Second party
  Vaclav Klaus headshot.jpg Vladimir meciar.jpg
Leader Václav Klaus Vladimír Mečiar
Party ODS–KDS HZDS
Seats after 48 24
Seat change Increase 48 Increase 24
Popular vote 2,200,937 1,036,459
Percentage 23.0% 10.8%
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Federal elections were held in Czechoslovakia on 5 and 6 June 1992,[1] alongside elections for the Czech and Slovak Assemblies. The result was a victory for the Civic Democratic Party-Christian Democratic Party alliance, which won 48 of the 150 seats in the House of the People and 37 of the 150 seats in the House of Nations. Voter turnout was 84.7%.[2]

Results[edit]

House of the People[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Civic Democratic Party-Christian Democratic Party 2,200,937 23.0 48 New
Movement for a Democratic Slovakia 1,036,459 10.8 24 New
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia 926,228 9.7 19 New
Czechoslovak Social Democracy-Social Democratic Party of Slovakia 648,125 6.8 10 New
Party of the Democratic Left 446,230 4.7 10 New
Coalition for Republic - Republican Party of Czechoslovakia 432,075 4.5 8 New
Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party 388,122 4.0 7 New
Liberal-Social Union 378,962 4.0 7 New
Civic Democratic Alliance 323,614 3.4 0 New
Slovak National Party 290,249 3.0 6 0
Civic Movement 284,854 3.0 0 New
Movement for Autonomous Democracy–Party for Moravia and Silesia 279,136 2.9 0 –9
Christian Democratic Movement 277,061 2.9 6 –5
CoexistenceHungarian Christian Democratic Movement 232,776 2.4 5 0
Pensioners for Life Security 214,681 2.2 0 New
Czechoslovak Businessmen's, Traders' and Farmers' Party 166,325 1.7 0 New
Club of Committed Non-Party Members 129,022 1.3 0 New
ODÚ 122,359 1.3 0 New
Democratic Party 122,226 1.3 0 0
SKDH 106,612 1.1 0 New
NEI 89,817 0.9 0 New
SZS 81,047 0.9 0 New
MPP-MOS 72,877 0.8 0 New
SPP 68,985 0.7 0 0
D92 68,168 0.7 0 New
HSS 67,406 0.7 0 New
SPI 38,580 0.4 0 New
Roma Civic Initiative 33,576 0.4 0 New
ZKS 23,487 0.3 0 New
SRNDJ 10,335 0.1 0 New
SLS 10,150 0.1 0 New
NSS-ČSNS 8,922 0.1 0 New
NALI 2,457 0.0 0 New
HZSP-SRÚ 1,576 0.0 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 167,542
Total 9,750,978 100 150 0
Source: Nohlen & Stöver

House of Nations[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Civic Democratic Party-Christian Democratic Party 2,168,421 22.6 37 New
Movement for a Democratic Slovakia 1,045,395 10.9 33 New
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia 939,197 9.8 15 New
Czechoslovak Social Democracy-Social Democratic Party of Slovakia 629,029 6.6 11 New
Party of the Democratic Left 433,750 4.5 13 New
SPR-RSČ 423,999 4.4 6 New
KDÚ-ČSL 394,296 4.1 6 New
Liberal-Social Union 393,182 4.1 5 New
Movement for Autonomous Democracy–Party for Moravia and Silesia 322,423 3.4 0 –7
Civic Movement 307,334 3.2 0 New
Slovak National Party 288,864 3.0 9 0
Christian Democratic Movement 272,100 2.8 8 –6
Civic Democratic Alliance 264,371 2.8 0 New
CoexistenceHungarian Christian Democratic Movement 232,364 2.4 7 0
Pensioners for Life Security 222,860 2.3 0 New
Czechoslovak Businessmen's, Traders' and Farmers' Party 172,703 1.8 0 New
Club of Committed Non-Party Members 140,045 1.5 0 New
ODÚ 124,649 1.3 0 New
Democratic Party 113,176 1.2 0 0
NEI 106,186 1.1 0 New
SKDH 100,054 1.1 0 New
SZS 75,149 0.8 0 New
D92 72,538 0.8 0 New
SPP 71,123 0.7 0 0
MPP-MOS 71,122 0.7 0 New
HSS 67,073 0.7 0 New
Roma Civic Initiative 34,530 0.4 0 New
SPI 31,392 0.3 0 New
ZKS 22,202 0.2 0 New
SRNDJ 11,099 0.1 0 New
SLS 10,056 0.1 0 New
NSS-ČSNS 9,405 0.1 0 New
NALI 2,992 0.0 0 New
HZSP-SRÚ 1,086 0.0 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 172,167
Total 9,746,332 100 150 0
Source: Nohlen & Stöver

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nohlen, D & Stöver, P (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p471 ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7
  2. ^ Nohlen & Stöver, p472