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1984 Guatemalan Constitutional Assembly election

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Constitutional Assembly elections were held in Guatemala on 1 July 1984.[1] Although the National Centre Union received the most votes, an alliance of the National Liberation Movement and Nationalist Authentic Centre emerged as the largest bloc with 23 of the 88 seats. Voter turnout was 78%.[2]

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Results

Party District PR Total seats
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
National Centre Union 278.740 17.95 16 273.744 17.83 5 21
MLN-CAN 260.466 16.77 18 249.712 16.26 5 23
Guatemalan Christian Democracy 261.207 16.78 14 326.064 21.24 6 20
Revolutionary Party 179.199 11.54 8 146.092 9.51 2 10
National Renewal Party 126.021 8.11 3 133.680 8.71 2 5
Institutional Democratic Party 109.905 7.08 3 106.188 6.92 2 5
Anti-Communist Unification Party 53.385 3.44 0 61.166 3.98 1 1
United Front of the Revolution 45.490 2.93 0 45.677 2.97 0 0
Emerging Movement of Harmony 43.753 2.82 0 42.764 2.78 0 0
National Unity Front 47.366 3.05 1 40.488 2.64 0 1
Democratic Action 36.747 2.37 0 28.347 1.85 0 0
Democratic Civic Front 27.928 1.80 0 28.040 1.83 0 0
Democratic Party of National Cooperation 18.544 1.19 0 25.238 1.64 0 0
Progressive Party 14.686 0.95 0 14.354 0.93 0 0
FDP-CND 13.376 0.86 0 14.050 0.91 0 0
DCG-PNR 14.762 0.95 1 1
Rural Organization of Social Action 12.222 0.79 1 1
Progressive National Alliance 6.766 0.44 0 0
United Zacapa Committee 2.731 0.18 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 439,120 459,379
Total 1,992,394 100 65 1,994,933 100 23 88
Source: Nohlen

References

  1. ^ Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume I, p323 ISBN 9780199283576
  2. ^ Nohlen, p331

Bibliography

  • Villagrán Kramer, Francisco. Biografía política de Guatemala: años de guerra y años de paz. FLACSO-Guatemala, 2004.
  • Political handbook of the world 1984. New York, 1985.
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