Democratic National Salvation Front

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Democratic National Salvation Front
Leader Ion Iliescu
Founded 7 April 1992 (1992-04-07)
Dissolved 10 July 1993 (1993-07-10)
Merged into Party of Social Democracy in Romania

The Democratic National Salvation Front (in Romanian, Frontul Democrat al Salvării Nationale, FDSN) was a Romanian political party formed by then-President Ion Iliescu and his supporters 7 April 1992. It was the result of the breakup of the ruling National Salvation Front. The smaller (???) wing led by Petre Roman continued using the brand FSN. On 10 July 1993, the FDSN merged with the Socialist Democratic Party of Romania, the Republican Party and the Cooperative Party, creating the Party of Social Democracy in Romania. The PDSR later evolved to the current Social Democratic Party.

Election results[edit]

Assembly of deputies[edit]

Year Votes Percentage Seats Percentage of seats
1992 3,015,708 27.72% 117 35.67%

Senate[edit]

Year Votes Percentage Seats Percentage of seats
1992 3,102,201 28.29% 49 34.26%

President[edit]

Year # Candidate 1st round votes  % 2nd round votes  %
1992 1st Ion Iliescu 5,633,465 47.34% 7,393,429 61.43%

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