Montenegrin general election, 1992–93

Montenegrin general election, 1992
20 December 1992

Party Leader % Seats ±
DPS Momir Bulatović 42.66 46 -37
NS Novak Kilibarda 12.71 14 -1
LSCG Slavko Perović 12.04 13 New
SRS Duško Sekulić 7.56 8 New
SDPR Miodrag Marović 4.01 4 New
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Milo Đukanović
DPS
Milo Đukanović
DPS

General elections were held in Montenegro on 20 December 1992, with a second round of the presidential election on 10 January 1993. The elections were seen as a referendum on independence for Montenegro, and were won by the Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro who favoured greater autonomy within Yugoslavia. The presidential elections were won by Momir Bulatović, who received 63.4% of the vote in the second round.[1] The result of the parliamentary elections was a victory for the Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro (DPS) who succeed ruling League of Communists of Montenegro. DPS won 46 of the 85 seats.[2]

Results


National Assembly

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro126,08342.6646–37
People's Party of Montenegro37,54912.7114+1
Liberal Alliance of Montenegro35,59612.0413New
Serbian Radical Party22,3297.568New
Social Democratic Party of Reformists13,0024.14New
Democratic Alliance in Montenegro11,3933.850New
Socialist Party of Montenegro8,4332.850New
Democratic Opposition[a]7,8472.650
League of Communists–Movement for Yugoslavia in Montenegro6,2492.110New
Civic Group - Association of Fighters '91-'924,2301.430New
Serbian National Renewal for Montenegro and Herzegovina3,9051.320New
Demo-Christian (Orthodox) Party2,4840.8400
Civic Group-Ecological Movement of Montenegro2,0780.70New
Communist Party of Yugoslavia in Montenegro1,9320.6500
Social Democratic Party of Montenegro1,1990.410New
New Communist Movement of Yugoslavia1,0920.370New
Serbian Fatherland Movement9620.320New
Civic Group-Democratic Left–Humanism and Technical Progress7050.240New
Montenegrin Federalist Movement-Cetinje5610.1900
Invalid/blank votes7,685
Total295,51910085–40
Registered voters/turnout67.31
Vote share
DPS
42.66%
NS
12.71%
LSCG
12.04%
SRS
7.56%
SDPR
4.01%
Others
21.02%
Parliamentary seats
DPS
54.12%
NS
16.47%
LSCG
15.29%
SRS
9.41%
SDPR
4.71%

a The Democratic Opposition consisted of the Democratic Party, the People's Democratic Party, the Democratic Alliance of Independent Businessmen and the Serbian Democratic Party.

President


10 January 1993

 
Candidate Momir Bulatović Branko Kostić
Party DPS Independent
Percentage 63.4% 36.6%

President before election

Momir Bulatović
DPS

Elected President

Momir Bulatović
DPS

Candidate First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Momir Bulatović123,18342.863.4
Branko Kostić68,29623.736.6
Slavko Perović52,73618.3
Novak Kilibarda25,9799.0
Dragan Hajduković10,2703.6
S. Vujošević2,7701.0
V. Kaluđerović1,6060.6
P. Popović1,4190.5
Ž. Radović1,3990.5
Invalid/blank votes8,1502,863
Total295,808100253,630100
Registered voters/turnout429,04768.9429,04759.1
First round
Bulatović
42.8%
Kostić
23.7%
Perović
18.3%
Kilibarda
9.0%
Others
6.2%
Second round
Bulatović
63.4%
Kostić
36.6%

References

  1. Montenegro. Presidential Election 1992 Electoral Geography
  2. Nohlen & Stöver, p1375
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