Elections for MPs in the 7th Grand National Assembly, June 10 and 17, 1990


 

According to the 19th presidential decree of April 13, 1990, there were formed 200 single-member and 28 multi-member electoral districts. The Central Election Commission registered 40 parties and coalitions.

1411 candidates for MPs were registered in the single-member districts, and 1679 candidates were registered in the party and coalition lists of the multi-member districts.

 

Number of registered voters
6 976 620
Number of voters according to protocols received:
 

 

  • majority representation in the first round
6 334 415 (90.79%)
  • majority representation in the second round (held only in 81 single-member electoral districts)
2 370 812 (84.14%)
Proportional representation in the first round
6 333 334 (90.60%)
Number of actual votes:
 

 

  • majority representation in the first round
6 090 119
  • Majority representation in the second round
2 349 284
  • proportional representation in the first round
6 124 501

Proportional representation results


RESULTS BY PARTIES AND COALITIONS

BSP 2 887 766 (47.15%)

SDS 2 217 798 (36.21%)

BZNS 491 597 (8.03%)

DPS 368 929 (6.02%)

Fatherland's Party of Labour 36 668 (0.60%)

Alternative Socialist Party 22 064 (0.36%)

Alternative Socialist Union 16 061 (0.26%)

Liberal Party-Pernik 15 034 (0.25%)

others 68 584 (1.12%)

TOTAL 6 124 501

Apportionment of seats in the 7th GRAND NATIONAL ASSEMBLY


PARLIAMENTARY GROUP

MAJORITARY SEATS PROPORTIONAL SEATS TOTAL SEATS
Bulgarian Socialist Party 114 97 211
Parliamentary UDF 69 75 144
Movement for Rights and Freedom 11 12 23
Bulgarian Agrarian National Union - 16 16
Fatherland's Union 2 - 2
Fatherland's Party of Labor 1 - 1
independent 2 - 2

TOTALS

200 200 400