1986 Slovak parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in the Slovak Socialist Republic on 23 and 24 May 1986 alongside national elections.[1] All 150 seats in the National Council were won by the National Front. The Communist Party of Slovakia, the Party of Slovak Revival, the Freedom Party and independents were all represented in Parliament.

1986 Slovak parliamentary election
← 1981 23–24 May 1986 1990 →

All 150 seats in the Slovak National Council
  First party
 
Leader Jozef Lenárt
Party KSS
Alliance National Front

PM before election

Peter Colotka
KSS

Elected PM

Peter Colotka
KSS

ResultsEdit

Party Votes % Seats
National Front Communist Party of Slovakia 3,487,244 99.95 103
Independents 33
Party of Slovak Revival 7
Freedom Party 7
Against 1,398 0.05
Invalid/blank votes 2,443
Total 3,488,642 100 150
Registered voters/turnout 3,490,785 99.75 150
Source: CZSO SNR

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 1986 IPU