Republic of China National Assembly election, 1991

National Assembly elections were held in the Republic of China on 22 December 1991.[1] The result was a victory for the Kuomintang, which won 254 of the 325 seats. Voter turnout was 68.3%.

Results

Party Votes % Seats +/-
Kuomintang 6,053,366 69.1 254 +186
Democratic Progressive Party 2,036,271 23.3 66 New
Nationwide Democratic Nonpartisan Union 193,234 2.2 3 New
China Social Democratic Party 185,515 2.1 0 New
Labor Party 18,008 0.2 0 New
Workers' Party 7,698 0.1 0 New
Farmers' Party 4,268 0.0 0 New
Chinese Youth Party 1,573 0.0 0 New
China Democratic Socialist Party 1,125 0.0 0 -1
China Renaissance Party 1,189 0.0 0 New
China Old Veterans Unification Party 910 0.0 0 New
China Democratic Constitutional Party 695 0.0 0 New
China Neutral Party 576 0.0 0 New
China All People Welfare Party 530 0.0 0 New
National Revival Party 430 0.0 0 New
China Justice Party 276 0.0 0 New
China Great Harmony Democratic Party 186 0.0 0 New
Independents 253,032 2.9 2 -13
Invalid/blank votes 179,743 - - -
Total 8,938,622 100 325 +241
Source: Nohlen et al.

References

  1. ^ Nohlen, D, Grotz, F & Hartmann, C (2001) Elections in Asia: A data handbook, Volume II, p535 ISBN 0-19-924959-8
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