Georgian parliamentary election, 1995

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Parliamentary elections were held in Georgia on 5 November 1995, with a second round on 19 November.[1] The result was a victory for the Union of Citizens of Georgia, which won 108 of the 235 seats. Voter turnout was 66.6%

Due to its breakaway status, the elections were not held in Abkhazia, resulting in the 12 MPs elected in 1992 retaining their seats.[2]

Results[edit]

Party Constituency National Total seats
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Union of Citizens of Georgia 18 504,856 25.2 90 108
National Democratic Party 3 169,218 8.4 31 34
All-Georgian Union for Revival 6 145,626 7.3 25 31
United Communist Party of Georgia-Social Democrats Bloc 0 95,506 4.8 0 0
Union of Georgian Traditionalists 3 89,752 4.5 0 3
21st Century-Konstantin Gamsakhurdia Society-United Georgia Bloc 0 88,405 4.4 0 0
Socialist Party of Georgia 4 80,474 4.0 0 4
Georgian Union of Reformers-National Consent Bloc 2 61,424 3.1 0 2
Merab Kostava Society 0 48,829 2.5 0 0
Stalin Communist Party 0 46,174 2.3 0 0
Political Union Support 3 45,747 2.3 0 3
Abkhazia-My Home 0 44,191 2.2 0 0
Communist Party of Georgia 44,117 2.2 0 0
All-Georgian Party of Peace and Freedom 0 43,017 2.1 0 0
National Independence Party of Georgia 0 39,788 2.0 0 0
Democratic Party 0 37,643 1.9 0 0
Republican Party of Georgia 1 35,051 1.7 0 1
Bloc for Life 0 32,534 1.6 0 0
Progress Bloc 4 29,189 1.5 0 4
Sviadi's Way-Voice of Nation Bloc 0 25,213 1.3 0 0
Union of Social Justice of Georgia 0 22,190 1.1 0 0
Women's Protection Union 0 20,384 1.0 0 0
Union for Law-Governed State 1 19,675 1.0 0 1
Party for Social Protection of the Population 0 15,898 0.8 0 0
Ilia Chavchavadze Society 0 15,510 0.8 0 0
Political Movement for Georgia's Future 0 15,316 0.8 0 0
Political Organisation New Georgia 0 14,030 0.7 0 0
Union of God's Children of Georgia 0 13,661 0.7 0 0
Political Union of Citizens-Georgia's Women to the Elections 0 12,865 0.6 0 0
All-Georgian Political Organisation Lemi 1 8,722 0.4 0 1
Christian Democracy-European Choice Bloc 0 8,607 0.4 0 0
Political Union of Georgian Citizens-Homeland 0 8,561 0.4 0 0
Freedom Party of Georgia 0 8,188 0.4 0 0
Agrarian Union of Georgia 0 7,420 0.4 0 0
Union of Revival of Family 0 7,141 0.3 0 0
Liberal-Conservative Party of Georgia 0 7,123 0.3 0 0
Political Organisation Trade Unions to the Elections 0 6,969 0.3 0 0
Economic Revival-The Yellows Bloc 0 6,564 0.3 0 0
Party of Nations' Friendship and Justice 0 6,412 0.3 0 0
Agraran Party of Georgia 0 6,095 0.3 0 0
Party for National Unity and Social Justice 0 5,999 0.3 0 0
Christian Democratic Party of Georgia 0 5,854 0.3 0 0
Political Organisation Fatherland 0 5,729 0.3 0 0
Progressive Party of Georgia 0 5,673 0.3 0 0
Georgian League for Economic and Social Progress-Bourgeois Democratic Party 0 5,611 0.3 0 0
Liberal Democratic National Party 0 5,515 0.3 0 0
All-Georgian Union of Traditional Families 0 4,791 0.2 0 0
Intellectuals League of Georgia 0 4,746 0.2 0 0
Nation's League-Dasi 0 4,523 0.2 0 0
Political Movement of Georgia Fatherland, Language, Faith 0 4,339 0.2 0 0
Society Elections 0 3,825 0.2 0 0
All-State National Integrity Party of Georgia-Shield of Fatherland 0 3,807 0.2 0 0
Conservative Monarchist Party of Georgia 0 3,743 0.2 0 0
Independents 29 29
Abkhazian representatives 8 4 12
Vacant 2 0 2
Invalid/blank votes 113,588
Total 85 2,116,831 100 150 235
Source: Nohlen et al.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dieter Nohlen, Florian Grotz & Christof Hartmann (2001) Elections in Asia: A data handbook, Volume I, p382 ISBN 0-19-924958-X
  2. ^ Nohlen et al., p339