MONACO
Parliamentary Chamber: Conseil national

ELECTIONS HELD IN 1993

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Chamber:
  Conseil national


Dates of elections / renewal (from/to):

  24 January 1993
31 January 1993


Purpose of elections:

  Elections were held for all the seats in Parliament on the normal expiry of the members’ term of office.


Background and outcome of elections:

  As opposed to the previous (January 1988) general elections, those of 1993 were contested by a new challenger to the ruling National and Democratic Union, namely the National and Progressive Action group. The latter made a breakthrough by winning two National Council seats while an independent candidate also met with success. The overall results nevertheless left the National and Democratic Union – founded in 1962 and supporter of the Head of State, Prince Rainier III – as the leading parliamentary group. The Minister of State (head of the four-member Council of Government) is Mr. Jacques Dupont.

STATISTICS
Round no 1 (24 January 1993): Elections results  
Number of registered electors 4,582
Voters 3,354 (73.2%)
Blank or invalid ballot papers 107
Valid votes 3,247
Round no 2 (31 January 1993): Elections results  
Number of registered electors 4,582
Voters 3,051 (66.58%)
Blank or invalid ballot papers 103
Valid votes 2,948

Round no 1: Distribution of seats  
Political Group Total Gain/Loss
National and Democratic Union 15 -3
National and Progressive Action 2 +2
Independents 1 +1

Distribution of seats according to sex:  
Men: 17
Women: 1


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