1993 Northern Cypriot parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in Northern Cyprus on 12 December 1993.[1] Although the ruling National Unity Party (UBP) received the most votes, a government was formed by the opposition Democratic Party and the Republican Turkish Party,[1] making this the first time the National Unity Party had lost power.

1993 Northern Cypriot parliamentary election
Northern Cyprus
← 1990 12 December 1993 1998 →

50 seats in the Assembly of the Republic
26 seats needed for a majority
Party Leader % Seats ±
UBP Derviş Eroğlu 29.9 16 -18
DP Hakkı Atun 29.2 16 New
CTP Özker Özgür 24.2 13
TKP Alpay Durduran 13.3 5
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Derviş Eroğlu
UBP
Hakkı Atun
DP

ResultsEdit

PartyVotes%Seats+/–
National Unity Party535,31629.8616–18
Democratic Party523,48729.2016New
Republican Turkish Party433,13424.1613
Communal Liberation Party237,95013.275
Nationalist Justice Party35,4961.980New
New Cyprus Party21,5901.2000
Unity and Sovereignty Party5,8900.330New
Independents690.0000
Total1,792,932100.00500
Valid votes96,01195.19
Invalid/blank votes4,8564.81
Total votes100,867100.00
Registered voters/turnout107,82093.55
Source: YSK

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Report on the situation in Cyprus (recent political developments) Archived 2013-03-08 at the Wayback Machine Parliamentary Assembly, 15 December 1994