1978 Monegasque general election

General elections were held in Monaco on 15 January 1978. The result was a victory for the National and Democratic Union, which won all 18 seats in the National Council.

1978 Monegasque general election
Monaco
← 1973 15 January 1978 1983 →

18 seats in the National Council
10 seats needed for a majority
Party Leader % Seats +/–
UND Jean-Charles Rey 84.53 18 +2
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
President of the National Council before President of the National Council after
August Médecin
UND
Jean-Charles Rey
UND

ResultsEdit

PartyVotes%Seats+/–
National and Democratic Union26,64084.5318+2
Monegasque Socialist Party2,1166.710New
Democratic Union Movement2,0276.430–1
Independents7342.330
Total31,517100.00180
Valid votes2,57094.52
Invalid/blank votes1495.48
Total votes2,719100.00
Registered voters/turnout3,64774.55
Source: Nohlen & Stöver, Journal de Monaco

By partyEdit

Party Candidates Votes Total party votes % Seats
National and Democratic Union Jean-Joseph Pastor 1,636 26,640 84.53 18
Michel Mourou 1,626
Max Brousse 1,583
Roxane Noat-Notari 1,543
Edmond Aubert 1,530
Max Principale 1,521
Jean-Charles Rey 1,496
Henri Rey 1,486
Jean-Louis Campora 1,476
Charles Lorenzi 1,470
Michel Boer 1,468
Jean-Jo Marquet 1,466
Honorine Cornaglia-Rouffionac 1,439
Raittier Boisson 1,424
Émile Gaziello 1,422
Pierre Crovetto 1,412
Guy Magnan 1,326
Raymond Franzi 1,316
Monegasque Socialist Party Gérard Porasso 1,059 2,116 6.71 0
René Giordano 1,057
Democratic Union Movement Charles Soccal 1,181 2,027 6.43 0
Fabrice Barral 846
Independent Baptiste Marsan 734 734 2.33 0
Source: Journal de Monaco

ReferencesEdit