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Norwegian parliamentary election, 1993

Norwegian parliamentary election, 1993

12 and 13 September 1993

All 165 seats in the Norwegian Parliament
83 seats were needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Gro Harlem Brundtland Anne Enger Lahnstein Kaci Kullmann Five
Party Labour Centre Conservative
Last election 63 seats, 34.3% 11 seats, 6.5% 37 seats, 22.2%
Seats won 67 32 28
Seat change 4 21 9
Popular vote 908,724 412,187 419,373
Percentage 36.9% 16.7% 17.0%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader Erik Solheim Kjell Magne Bondevik Carl I. Hagen
Party Socialist Left Christian Democratic Progress
Last election 17 seats, 10.1% 14 seats, 8.5% 22 seats, 13.0%
Seats won 13 13 10
Seat change 4 1 12
Popular vote 194,633 193,885 154,497
Percentage 7.9% 7.9% 6.3%

  Seventh party Eighth party
 
Leader Odd Einar Dørum Aksel Nærstad
Party Liberal Red
Last election 0 seats, 3.2 New
Seats won 1 1
Seat change 1 1
Popular vote 88,985 26,360
Percentage 3.6% 1.1%

Prime Minister before election

Gro Harlem Brundtland
Labour

Prime Minister-designate

Gro Harlem Brundtland
Labour

Distribution of mandates after the 1993 Norwegian parliamentary election:

Parliamentary elections were held in Norway on 12 and 13 September 1993.[1] It was the first European election where the two largest parties fielded a female candidate, and the first election in history where all the largest three parties fielded female candidates. The Labour Party remained the largest party in the Storting, winning 67 of the 165 seats.

Results

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Labour Party 908,724 36.9 67 +4
Conservative Party 419,373 17.0 28 –9
Centre Party 412,187 16.7 32 +21
Socialist Left Party 194,633 7.9 13 –4
Christian People's Party 193,885 7.9 13 –1
Progress Party 154,497 6.3 10 –12
Liberal Party 88,985 3.6 1 +1
Red Electoral Alliance 26,360 1.1 1 New
Pensioners' Party 25,835 1.0 0 0
Fatherland Party 11,694 0.5 0 New
New Future Coalition Party 8,777 0.4 0 New
Environment Party The Greens 3,054 0.1 0 0
Christian Conservative Party 1,974 0.1 0 New
Stop Immigration 1,952 0.3 0 New
Natural Law Party 1,853 0.1 0 New
Freedom Party against the EF Union 774 0.0 0 New
Liberal People's Party 725 0.0 0 New
Common Future 548 0.0 0 New
Communist Party 361 0.0 0 New
Society Party 95 0.0 0 New
Common list against foreign immigration 5,663 0.2 0 New
Christian Unity Party 0 New
Political Alternative Hordaland 0 New
Pensioners' Party-Common Future 0
Invalid/blank votes 10,602
Total 2,472,551 100 165 0
Registered voters/turnout 3,259,957 75.8
Source: Nohlen & Stöver, European Elections Database

References

  1. ^ Nohlen, D & Stöver, P (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p1438 ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7
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