1993 Republic of the Congo parliamentary election (Redirected from Republic of the Congo parliamentary election, 1993)

Parliamentary elections were held in the Republic of the Congo on 2 May 1993, with a second round in several constituencies on 6 June. The result was a victory for the Presidential Tendency coalition, which won 65 of the 125 seats in the National Assembly.

Results

PartySeats+/–
Pan-African Union for Social Democracy47+8
Congolese Movement for Democracy and Integral Development28–1
Congolese Party of Labour15–3
Rally for Democracy and Social Progress10+1
Rally for Democracy and Development6+1
Union of Democratic Forces30
Congolese Party of Renewal2New
Union for Democracy and the Republic2New
Union for Democratic Renewal2New
Union for Development and Social Progress1New
Union for Congolese Democracy1New
Patriotic Union for National Renewal1New
Other parties5
Pro-PCT independents1
Independents1–7
Total1250
Source: African Elections Database

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