Les élections législatives françaises de 1993 ont eu lieu les 21 et 28 mars 1993 (Xe législature).

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  • Les élections législatives françaises de 1993 ont eu lieu les 21 et 28 mars 1993 (Xe législature).
  • Le elezioni legislative francesi del 1993 si sono tenute il 21 marzo (primo turno) e il 28 marzo (secondo turno).Esse hanno visto la vittoria del Raggruppamento per la Repubblica, nell'ambito della coalizione di centro-destra Unione per la Francia. Fino al 1995, si è assistito alla coabitazione con il Presidente della Repubblica, François Mitterrand.
  • Les eleccions legislatives franceses de 1993 es van dur a terme el 21 i 28 de març de 1993.
  • Las elecciones legislativas de Francia de 1993 tuvo lugar la primera vuelta el domingo 21 de marzo de 1993 y la segunda vuelta el domingo 28 de marzo de ese mismo año.
  • 1993年フランス議会総選挙は、フランス共和国の立法機関である国民議会を構成する議会議員を全面改選するため、1993年3月21日と28日の2回に分けて投票が行われた選挙である。
  • Парламентские выборы 1993 года во Франции состоялись 21 мая и 28 мая. На них было избрано 10-oe Национальное собрание Пятой республики.
  • French legislative elections took place on 21 and 28 March 1993 to elect the 10th National Assembly of the Fifth Republic. Since 1988, President François Mitterrand and his Socialist cabinets had relied on a relative parliamentary majority. In an attempt to avoid having to work with the Communists, Prime Minister Michel Rocard tried to gain support from the UDF by appointing four UDF ministers. After the UDF withdrew its support for the government in 1991, Rocard and the UDF ministers resigned. The UDF then became allied with the Gaullist Rally for the Republic (RPR).The Socialist Party (PS) was further weakened by scandals (involving illicit financing, contaminated blood and other affairs) and an intense rivalry between François Mitterrand's potential successors (Lionel Jospin and Laurent Fabius). In March 1992, the Socialists were punished at the local elections. Prime Minister Edith Cresson was replaced by Pierre Bérégovoy. The latter promised to struggle against economic recession and corruption, but he was himself suspected to have received a loan from a controversial businessman, Roger-Patrice Pelat.The election was a landslide victory for the RPR-UDF alliance, while the PS and their left-wing allies received their worst result since the 1960s. The PS lost nearly 80% of the seats they had held at the time of the chamber's dissolution. This caused a crisis within the PS; Fabius lost his position as First Secretary in favour of Rocard, who claimed that a political "big bang" was needed. Jospin announced his political retirement after he was defeated in his Haute-Garonne constituency. Depressed by the defeat and the accusations about the loan from Pelat, Pierre Bérégovoy committed suicide on 1 May.Some traditional PS voters had voted for the Greens in the first round. These ecologists obtained a total of 10.84%, making this the best total score for French Green parties in legislative elections. However, only two ecologists qualified for the runoff, including Dominique Voynet in her constituency in the Doubs département. Both of these candidates were eventually defeated. Lack of major political allies for these ecologists explained this failure to take any seats. The RPR-UDF coalition formed the largest parliamentary majority since 1958, taking a total of 485 seats or 84% of the 577 seats. The RPR leader Jacques Chirac demanded President Mitterrand's resignation and refused to be Prime Minister in a new "cohabitation" government. Finally, he suggested the nomination of his former RPR Finance Minister Edouard Balladur at the head of the government. Balladur promised publicly that he would not run against Chirac for the next presidential election. The second "cohabitation" finished with the 1995 presidential election.
  • 21 Mart ve 28 Mart 1993'te yapılan Fransa Ulusal Meclisi seçimlerinin sonuçları;
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  • Les élections législatives françaises de 1993 ont eu lieu les 21 et 28 mars 1993 (Xe législature).
  • Le elezioni legislative francesi del 1993 si sono tenute il 21 marzo (primo turno) e il 28 marzo (secondo turno).Esse hanno visto la vittoria del Raggruppamento per la Repubblica, nell'ambito della coalizione di centro-destra Unione per la Francia. Fino al 1995, si è assistito alla coabitazione con il Presidente della Repubblica, François Mitterrand.
  • Les eleccions legislatives franceses de 1993 es van dur a terme el 21 i 28 de març de 1993.
  • Las elecciones legislativas de Francia de 1993 tuvo lugar la primera vuelta el domingo 21 de marzo de 1993 y la segunda vuelta el domingo 28 de marzo de ese mismo año.
  • 1993年フランス議会総選挙は、フランス共和国の立法機関である国民議会を構成する議会議員を全面改選するため、1993年3月21日と28日の2回に分けて投票が行われた選挙である。
  • Парламентские выборы 1993 года во Франции состоялись 21 мая и 28 мая. На них было избрано 10-oe Национальное собрание Пятой республики.
  • 21 Mart ve 28 Mart 1993'te yapılan Fransa Ulusal Meclisi seçimlerinin sonuçları;
  • French legislative elections took place on 21 and 28 March 1993 to elect the 10th National Assembly of the Fifth Republic. Since 1988, President François Mitterrand and his Socialist cabinets had relied on a relative parliamentary majority. In an attempt to avoid having to work with the Communists, Prime Minister Michel Rocard tried to gain support from the UDF by appointing four UDF ministers. After the UDF withdrew its support for the government in 1991, Rocard and the UDF ministers resigned.
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  • Élections législatives françaises de 1993
  • 1993 Fransa genel seçimleri
  • 1993年フランス議会総選挙
  • Elecciones legislativas de Francia de 1993
  • Eleccions legislatives franceses de 1993
  • Elezioni legislative francesi del 1993
  • French legislative election, 1993
  • Парламентские выборы во Франции (1993)
  • Volby do Národního shromáždění Francouzské republiky 1993
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