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Cambodian general election, 1993

Cambodian general election, 1993

23 & 28 May 1993

All 120 seats to the Constituent Assembly
61 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
 
Leader Norodom Ranariddh Hun Sen
Party FUNCINPEC CPP
Leader since 1992 14 January 1985
Leader's seat Kampong Cham Kandal
Last election Not Legal Not Legal
Seats before N/A N/A
Seats won 58 51
Seat change N/A N/A
Popular vote 1,824,188 1,533,471
Percentage 45.5% 38.2%

Composition of the first National Assembly of Cambodia.

Prime Minister before election

Hun Sen
CPP

Elected Prime Minister

Norodom Ranariddh
FUNCINPEC

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Cambodia
Foreign relations

General elections were held in Cambodia between 23 and 28 May 1993. The result was a victory for the royalist Funcinpec Party, which won 58 of the 120 seats. Voter turnout was 89.6%.[1] The Assembly was converted to a National Assembly the following year.

Results

Party Votes % Seats
Funcinpec Party 1,824,188 45.5 58
Cambodian People's Party 1,533,471 38.2 51
Buddhist Liberal Democratic Party 152,764 3.8 10
Liberal Democratic Party 62,698 1.6 0
Molinaka and Naktaorsou Khmer for Freedom 55,107 1.4 1
Khmer Neutral Party 48,113 1.2 0
PD 41,799 1.0 0
Cambodian Free Independent Democracy Party 37,474 0.9 0
Free Republican Party 31,348 0.8 0
Liberal Reconciliation Party 29,738 0.7 0
Cambodge Renaissance Party 28,071 0.7 0
Republican Coalition Party 27,680 0.7 0
Khmer National Congress Party 25,751 0.6 0
Neutral Democratic Party of Cambodia 24,394 0.6 0
Khmer Farmer Liberal Democracy 20,776 0.5 0
Free Development Republican Party 20,425 0.5 0
Rally for National Solidarity 14,569 0.4 0
Action for Democracy and Development 13,914 0.4 0
Republican Democracy Khmer Party 11,524 0.3 0
Nationalist Khmer Party 7,827 0.2 0
Invalid/blank votes 255,561 - -
Total 4,267,192 100 120
Source: Nohlen et al.

References

  1. ^ Nohlen, D, Grotz, F & Hartmann, C (2001) Elections in Asia: A data handbook, Volume II, p70 ISBN 0-19-924959-8
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