Parliamentary elections were held in Northern Cyprus on 12 December 1993. 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, making this the first time the National Unity Party had lost power.
50 seats in the Assembly of the Republic
26 seats needed for a majority
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
|National Unity Party||535,316||29.86||16||–18|
|Republican Turkish Party||433,134||24.16||13||–|
|Communal Liberation Party||237,950||13.27||5||–|
|Nationalist Justice Party||35,496||1.98||0||New|
|New Cyprus Party||21,590||1.20||0||0|
|Unity and Sovereignty Party||5,890||0.33||0||New|
- Report on the situation in Cyprus (recent political developments) Archived 2013-03-08 at the Wayback Machine Parliamentary Assembly, 15 December 1994