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Slovak parliamentary election, 1992

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Slovak parliamentary election, 1992

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Parliamentary elections were held in Slovakia on 5 and 6 June 1992 alongside federal elections. The Movement for a Democratic Slovakia emerged as the largest party, winning 74 of the 150 seats in the National Council.


Party Votes % Seats +/–
Movement for a Democratic Slovakia 1,148,625 37.26 74 New
Party of the Democratic Left 453,203 14.70 29 +7
Christian Democratic Movement 273,945 8.89 18 –13
Slovak National Party 244,527 7.93 15 –7
CoexistenceHungarian Christian Democratic Movement 228,885 7.42 14 0
Civic Democratic Union 124,503 4.04 0 New
Social Democratic Party of Slovakia 123,426 4.00 0 New
Democratic PartyCivic Democratic Party 102,058 3.31 0 –7
Slovak Christian Democratic Movement 94,162 3.05 0 New
Hungarian Civic Party 70,689 2.29 0 New
Green Party of Slovakia 66,010 2.14 0 New
Party of Greens 33,372 1.08 0 –6
Party of Labour and Security 29,818 0.97 0 New
Communist Party of Slovakia 23,349 0.76 0 New
Roma Civic Initiative 18,343 0.60 0 New
Rally for the Republic-Republican Party of Czechoslovakia 10,069 0.33 0 0
Slovak Party of Freedom–Party of National Unification 9,414 0.31 0 New
Slovak People's Party 9,129 0.30 0 New
Movement for Civil Freedom 7,169 0.23 0 New
Movement for Autonomous Democracy–Party for Moravia and Silesia 3,986 0.13 0 New
Movement for Social Justice 3,411 0.11 0 New
National Liberals 2,500 0.08 0 New
Movement for Freedom of Speech and the Slovak Republican Union 2,103 0.07 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 91,740
Total 3,174,436 100 150 0
Registered voters/turnout 3,770,073 84.20
Source: University of Essex

External links

  • 1992 Elections Statistical Office of Slovakia
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