1992 Serbian general election
General elections were held in the Republic of Serbia on 20 December 1992. The vote was held only two years after the previous election, and as a result of a referendum which approved holding early elections.
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
The elections were won by Slobodan Milošević and his Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), which won 101 of the 250 seats in the National Assembly. The SPS formed a government with Vojislav Šešelj's Serbian Radical Party. The presidential election was marked by a total domination of state-run media by Slobodan Miloševic with accusations of voter fraud and tampering. Milan Panić refused to accept the result, and stated that he believed he was the true winner of the election.
Milan Panić was an independent candidate endorsed by the Democratic Movement of Serbia and the Democratic Party (Serbia). The elections were boycotted by political parties of ethnic Kosovo Albanians, who made up around 17% of the population.
|Slobodan Milošević||Socialist Party of Serbia||2,515,047||53.24|
|Milan Panić||Citizen's Group||1,516,693||32.11|
|Milan Paroški||People's Party and Serb Opposition||147,693||3.13|
|Dragan Vasiljković||Citizen's Group||87,847||1.86|
|Jezdimir Vasiljević||Citizen's Group||61,729||1.31|
|Miroslav Milanović||Citizen's Group||28,010||0.59|
|Blažo Perović||Democratic Fatherland Coalition||20,326||0.43|
|Total (turnout 64.1%)||4,377,345||100.0|
|Socialist Party of Serbia||1,359,086||28.77%||101||-93|
|Serbian Radical Party||1,066,765||22.58%||73||+73|
|Democratic Movement of Serbia||797,831||16.89%||50||+50|
|Democratic Fellowship of Vojvodina Hungarians||140,825||2.98%||9||+1|
|Peasants Party of Serbia||128,240||2.71%||3||+2|
|Reform Democratic Party of Vojvodina||71,865||1.52%||2|
|Željko Ražnatović (citizen's group)||17,352||0.37%||5|
|Democratic Reform Party of Muslims||6,336||0.13%||1|
DEPOS - SPO (32)
DEPOS - DSS (18)
National minorities (10)
Minor parties (10)
The DEPOS was coalition of:
- Serbien (Jugoslawien), 11. Oktober 1992 : Vorzeitige Neuwahlen des Parlaments Direct Democracy
- Oko izbora 1 (PDF). CeSID. 1997.