Senegalese presidential election, 1993
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Presidential elections were held in Senegal on 21 February 1993. Incumbent President Abdou Diouf of the Socialist Party defeated seven other candidates, winning 58.4% of the vote. Voter turnout was 51.5%.
|Abdou Diouf||Socialist Party||757,311||58.40|
|Abdoulaye Wade||Senegalese Democratic Party||415,295||32.03|
|Landing Savané||And Jëf-African Party for Democracy and Socialism||37,787||2.91|
|Abdoulaye Bathily||Democratic League/Movement for the Labour Party||31,279||2.41|
|Iba Der Thiam||Convention of Democrats and Patriots||20,840||1.61|
|Madior Diouf||National Democratic Rally||12,635||0.97|
|Babacar Niang||Party for the Liberation of People||10,450||0.81|
- Elections in Senegal African Elections Database
- Villalón, Leonardo A. (1994). "Democratizing a (Quasi) Democracy: The Senegalese Elections of 1993". African Affairs 93 (371): 163–193. JSTOR 723839.
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