Seychelles: 1993 National Assembly election results
Updated April 2007
Elections for the National Assembly were held in July 1993.
The National Assembly consisted of 22 members elected from single member (SM) constituencies by a plurality of votes. 11 additional members were allocated on a proportional representation basis for each 10% of the vote a party achieved. A minimum of 8% of the vote is thus required for a party to be allocated a PR member (Constitution 1993, Article 78, Schedule 4).
The United Opposition was a coalition of Parti Seselwa (PS), Seychelles National Movement and the National Alliance Party (Lodge et al 2002).
|Party||% votes||SM seats||PR seats||Total seats||% seats|
|Seychelles People's Progressive Front (SPPF)||57.5||21||6||27||81.82|
|Democratic Party (DP)||32.8||1||4||5||15.15|
|United Opposition (UO)||9.7||0||1||1||3.03|
Lodge et al 2002; due to a typographical error the percentage vote for the Democratic Party is given as 2.8% instead of 32.8% (Cf Nolan et al 1999, 785).
CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES 1993 (amended 1994, 1995, 1996 and 2000), [www] http://www.cmseducation.org/wconsts/seychelles.html [opens new window] (accessed 23 Feb 2010).
LODGE, T, KADIMA, D & POTTIE, D (eds) 2002 Compendium of Elections in Southern Africa, EISA, 280-281.
NOLAN, D, KENNERICH, M & THIBAULT, B 1999 Elections in Africa: A Data Handbook, OUP, 785.