Peruvian Democratic Constituent Congress election, 1992
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Elections for the Democratic Constituent Congress were held in Peru on 22 November 1992, following a self-coup (known as the "autogolpe") by President Alberto Fujimori on 5 April. Fujimori's Cambio 90 party won the elections with 44 of the 80 seats in the Congress.
The Congress drew up a new constitution, which was promulgated in 1993 after being approved in a referendum. The new constitution allowed for presidents to be re-elected, as well as making the Congress a unicameral legislature.
|Christian People's Party||602,110||9.8||8|
|Independent Moralizing Front||437,908||7.7||7|
|Democratic Left Movement||338,746||5.5||4|
|National Front of Workers and Peasants||237,162||3.8||3|
|Agricultural People's Front of Peru||169,303||2.7||2|
|Solidarity and Democracy||126,189||2.0||1|
|Independent Agrarian Movement||105,703||1.7||1|