Greek legislative election, 1993

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Legislative elections were held in the Hellenic Republic on October 10, 1993. At stake were 300 seats in the Greek parliament, the Voule.

The Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) of Andreas Papandreou, was elected, defeating the conservative New Democracy party of Constantine Mitsotakis.Fact|date=October 2007

Results

election-table rowspan=2 colspan=2 valign=top|Summary of the 10 October 1993 Greek Parliament election results!colspan="3" cellpadding="10" style="background-color:#E9E9E9"|Votes!colspan="2" style="background-color:#E9E9E9"|Seats
- style="background-color:#E9E9E9"!No.!% !align="center"|+− %!align="center"|No.!align="center"|+−
-
Panhellenic Socialist Movement
Andreas Papandreou
align="right"|3,235,017
align="right"|46.88%
align="center"|+8.27%
align="center"|170
align="center"|+47
-
New Democracy
Constantine Mitsotakis
align="right"|2,711,739
align="right"|39.30%
align="center"|-7.59%
align="center"|111
align="center"|-39
-
Political Spring
Antonis Samaras
align="right"|336,460
align="right"|4.88%
align="center"|-
align="center"|10
align="center"|+10
-
Communist Party of Greece
Aleka Papariga
align="right"|313,001
align="right"|4.54%
align="center"|-
align="center"|9
align="center"|-
-
Coalition of the Left and Progress
Maria Damanaki
align="right"|202,887
align="right"|2.94%
align="center"|-7.4%
align="center"|0
align="center"|-19
-
Confidence (Muslims of Rodope) "Εμπιστοσύνη"
Sadik Ahmet Sadik "Σαδίκ Αμέτ Σαδίκ"
align="right"|26,228
align="right"|0.38
align="center"|-0.07
align="center"|0
align="center"|-1
-
Union of Centrists
Vassilis Leventis
align="right"|15,942
align="right"|0.23
align="center"|-
align="center"|0
align="center"|-
-
Destiny (Muslims of Xanthi) "Πεπρωμένο"
align=left|Ahmet Phaikoglou "Αχμέτ Φαϊκογλου"
align="right"|12,458
align="right"|0.18
align="center"|-0.07
align="center"|0
align="center"|-1
-
align=left|National Party "Εθνικό Κόμμα"
/ National Political Union
align=left|Chrisanthos Dimitriadis "Χρύσανθος Δημητριάδης"
align="right"|9,469
align="right"|0.14
align="center"|+0.04
align="center"|0
align="center"|0
-
Left Struggle|
align="right"|8,160
align="right"|0.12%
align="center"|-
align="center"|0
align="center"|-
-
align=left|Popular Unions of Bipartisan Social Groups (Lefko)|
align="right"|7,237
align="right"|0.10
align="center"|+0.04
align="center"|0
align="center"|0
-
Ecologist Greece
Konstantinos Papanikolas
align="right"|5,723
align="right"|0.08%
align="center"|-0,01
align="center"|0
align="center"|-
-
Union of Ecologists
Dimosthenis Vergis
align="right"|5,378
align="right"|0.08
align="center"|+0.03
align="center"|0
align="center"|0
-
Party of Greek Hunters "Κόμμα Ελλήνων Κυνηγών"|
align="right"|3,614
align="right"|0.05
align="center"|-0,03
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
-
Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Greece|
align="right"|1.817
align="right"|0.03
align="center"|+0,01
align="center"|0
align="center"|-
-
Militant Socialist Party of Greece|
align="right"|1.578
align="right"|0.02
align="center"|-
align="center"|0
align="center"|-
-
align=left|Olympismos "Ολυμπισμός"
align=left|Γεώργιος Ζώης
align="right"|753
align="right"|0.01
align="center"|+0
align="center"|0
align="center"|0
-
Organization for the Reconstruction of the Communist Party of Greece|
align="right"|703
align="right"|0.01
align="center"|-
align="center"|0
align="center"|-
-
Reliable Fighting Movement "Συνεπής Αγωνιστική Κίνηση, ΣΑΚΕ"|
align="right"|484
align="right"|0.00
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
-
Self-respect Truth "Αυτοσεβασμός Αλήθεια"|
align="right"|334
align="right"|0.00%
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
-
Party of Human Rights "Κόμμα Ανθρώπινων Δικαιωμάτων"|
align="right"|255
align="right"|0.00%
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
-
Hristopistia "Χριστοπιστία"|
align="right"|66
align="right"|0.00
align="center"
align="center"|0
align="center"|-
-
Panhellenic Orthodox Democratic Movement "Πανελλήνιο Ορθόδοξο Δημοκρατικό Κίνημα"|
align="right"|41
align="right"|0.00
align="center"
align="center"|0
align="center"|-
-
Other minor parties|
align="right"|122
align="right"|0.00%
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
-
Independent candidates|
align="right"|863
align="right"|0.00%
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
align="center"|-
-
colspan="2"|No. of valid votes
align="right"|6.900.311
align="center"|100.00
align="center" bgcolor="white"|
align="center"|300
align="center" bgcolor="white"|
-
colspan="2"|Invalid votes
align="right"|119,614
colspan="4" rowspan="2" bgcolor="white"|
-
colspan="2"|Total
align="right"|7,019,925
(78.2%)
-
colspan=7|Source: [http://ekloges2000.tanea.gr/elections/ekloges00.perifer?codep=00&k=50 TA NEA]


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