1999 Armenian parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in Armenia on 30 May 1999.[1] There were 75 constituency seats and 56 elected on a national basis using proportional representation.[2] The result was a victory for the Unity Bloc, which won 62 of the 131 seats.[3]

ResultsEdit

PartyProportionalConstituencyTotal
seats
+/–
Votes%SeatsVotes%Seats
Unity Bloc (HZKHHK)448,13341.45293362+61
Armenian Communist Party130,16112.0482100
Law and Unity Bloc85,7367.93617New
Armenian Revolutionary Federation84,2327.79538+7
Orinats Yerkir56,8075.25426New
National Democratic Union55,6205.14426+1
Dignified Future35,1903.25000New
Union of Communist and Socialist Parties26,8232.48000New
Mighty Fatherland24,8962.30000New
Union for National Self-Determination24,6812.28000–3
Motherland Bloc13,2931.23000New
Pan-Armenian National Movement12,5401.16000–62
Freedom11,0761.02000New
Democratic Party10,6210.980000
Mission8,1220.750000
Armenian Democratic Liberal Party7,3740.68000–4
Free Hayk Mission6,5260.60000New
Nation State5,7850.540000
Youth Party of Armenia5,6750.52000New
Bloc of Socialist Forces and Intellectuals2,5880.24000New
Shamiram2,0530.19000–8
Independents3232–40
None of the above23,3142.16
Total1,081,246100.005675131–59
Valid votes1,081,24695.09
Invalid/blank votes55,8874.91
Total votes1,137,133100.00
Registered voters/turnout2,198,55451.72
Source: IPU, Nohlen et al.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Dieter Nohlen, Florian Grotz & Christof Hartmann (2001) Elections in Asia: A data handbook, Volume I, p329 ISBN 0-19-924958-X
  2. ^ Armenia Inter-Parliamentary Union
  3. ^ Nohlen et al., p335