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Election of the members of the National Assembly, Slovenia, 21 September 2008

Tuesday, October 21, 2008, First Release
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In the National Assembly, which has 90 members, at this year's election 78 male MPs and 12 female MPs were elected. Most of the seats (29) were won by the Social Democrats (SD), only one less by the Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS).

Election won by the Social Democrats (SD), close second the Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS)
This year’s National Assembly election was won by the Social Democrats (SD). The party received 29 seats, almost 3 times more than at the previous election in 2004. Second place was won with one seat less by the Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS), the winner in the 2004 National Assembly election. Third placed was Zares – new policy, the party that was formed only about a year before the election (in October 2007). The Democratic Party of Retired persons of Slovenia (DeSUS) won 7 seats, 3 (or 75%) more than in 2004, while 5 seats in the National Assembly were won by the coalition Slovenian People's Party (SLS) + Youth Party of Slovenia (SMS), by the Slovenian National Party (SNS) and by the Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS).

13.3% of women in the National Assembly, the Social Democrats with the highest share
Of all the parties in the National Assembly, the Social Democrats (SD) have the highest share of women MPs (as much as 27.6%). The party has 21 male and 8 female MPs. In terms of the share of women MPs, the SD is followed by the Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS), whose one female MP represents 20% of all LDS’s MPs. Third placed is Zares – new policy, which will be represented by 8 male and 1 female MPs. The Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) will be represented in the Parliament by two female and 26 male MPs. Other parties have no female members of the National Assembly. Even among the representatives of national communities this time for the first time there is no female MP.
General data on elections to the National Assebbly, Slovenia, 1990-2008
1990*19921996200020042008
The electorate1,491,4711,491,3741,542,2181,586,6951,634,4021,696,437
Number of polling stations1,6003,8553,5343,4923,8253,386
Number of electoral units1488888
Special electoral units for national communities222222
Number of electoral districts888888888888
Thresholds for entering the National Assembly (%)2.53.33.3444
Lists of candidates that entered the National Assembly987877
Turnout (%)83.585.973.770.460.663.1
Elected deputies809090909090
Share of women (%)18.713.37.813.312.213.3
Duration of the mandate (years)444444
Shares of votes obtained by lists of candidates on elections to the National Assebbly, Slovenia, 1990-2008
Lists of candidates1990*19921996200020042008
TOTAL100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0
Social Democrats ** 17.313.69.012.110.230.5
Slovenian Democratic Party 7.43.316.115.829.129.3
Zares - new policy - - - - -9.4
Democratic party of Retired Persons of Slovenia - -4.35.24.07.5
Slovenian National Party -10.03.24.46.35.4
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia 14.523.527.036.322.85.2
Slovenian Peoples Party 12.68.719.4 -6.8 -
Slovenian Peoples Party and Slovenian Youth Party - - - - -5.2
Slovenian People's Party and Slovenian Christian Democrats - - -9.5 - -
New Slovenia - Christian People's Party - - -8.69.13.4
Slovenian Christian Democrats 13.014.59.6 - - -
The Green Party of Slovenia 8.83.7 - - -0.5
Democratic Party of Slovenia 9.55.0 - - - -
Socialist Party of Slovenia 5.4 - - - - -
Slovenian Craftmens Party 3.5 - - - - -
Lipa - - - - -1.8
Slovenia is Ours----2.6-
Active Slovenia 3.0-
Slovenian Youth Party - - -4.3 - -
Others8.117.711.33.82.22.0
Deputies by lists of candidates, Slovenia, 1990-2008
Lists of candidates1990*19921996200020042008
TOTAL809090909090
Social Democrats ** 14149111029
Slovenian Democratic Party6416142928
Zares - new policy - - - - -9
Democratic party of Retired Persons of Slovenia - -5447
Slovenian National Party -124465
Slovenian Peoples Party and Slovenian Youth Party - - - - -5
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia 12222534235
New Slovenia - Christian Peoples Party - - -89 -
The Green Party of Slovenia 85 - - - -
Slovenian Peoples Party111019 -7 -
Slovenian Christian Democrats 111510 - - -
Democratic Party of Slovenia 86 - - - -
Socialist Party of Slovenia 5 - - - - -
Slovenian Craftmens Party3 - - - - -
Slovenian People's Party and Slovenian Christian Democrats - - -9 - -
Slovenian Youth Party - - -4 - -
Italian national community111111
Hungarian national community111111
Deputies by lists of candidates and by sex, Slovenia, 2004-2008
20042008
Lists of candidatesTotalMenWomenTotalMenWomen
TOTAL907911907812
Social Democrats**108229218
Slovenian Democratic Party2927228262
Zares -new policy---981
Democratic party of Retired Persons of Slovenia44-77 -
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia23203541
Slovenian National Party65155 -
Slovenian Peoples Party and Slovenian Youth Party---55 -
New Slovenia - Christian People's Party972---
Slovenian Peoples Party77----
Italian national community11-11-
Hungarian national community1-111-
* In 1990 deputies to the Sociopolitical Chamber were elected, while from 1992 on deputies to the National Assembly have been elected.
** In elections 1990-2004 the name of this party was The United List of Social Democrats.
Source: National Electoral Commission
Number of deputies by lists of candidates, Slovenia, 21 September 2008
Number of deputies by lists of candidates, Slovenia, 21 September 2008
Source: National Electoral Commission
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