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1995 Parliamentary elections

Date: 30 September and 1 October
Registered voters: 1,328,779
Turnout: 72.65%
Votes: Total Cast: 965,339; Valid: 951,007

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PARTY/GROUPING VOTES VOTES SEATS % SEATS
Democratic Party 'Saimnieks' 144758 15.22 18 18
People's Movement for Latvia (Siegerist Party) 142324 14.97 16 16
Alliance 'Latvia's Way' 139929 14.71 17 17
Union 'For Fatherland and Freedom' 114050 11.99 14 14
Latvia's Unity Party 68305 7.18 8 8
United List of Latvia's Farmers' Union, Latvian Christian Democrat Union, Latgale Democratic Party 60498 6.36 8 8
Latvian National Conservative Party and Latvian Green Party 60352 6.35 8 8
Latvian Socialist Party 53325 5.61 5 5
National Harmony Party 53041 5.58 6 6
Coalition 'Labour and Justice'* 43599 4.58 0 0
Political Union of Economists 14209 1.49 0 0
Union of Latvian Farmers 13009 1.37 0 0
Party of Russian Citizens of Latvia 11924 1.25 0 0
Latvia's Popular Front 11090 1.17 0 0
Political Association of the Underprivileged and Latvian Independence Party 9468 1 0 0
Party Our Land and Anticommunist Union 5050 0.53 0 0
Democrats Party 2546 0.27 0 0
Latvian Liberal Party 2163 0.23 0 0
Latvian National Democratic Party 1367 0.14 0 0
Total 951007 100 100 100

* Coalition "Labour and Justice": Latvian Democratic Labour Party,Latvian Social Democratic Workers Party, Party for the Defence of Latvia's Defrauded People "Justice"


SOURCE: Latvian Central Electoral Commission

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