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Encyclopedia > Slovenia parliamentary elections, 2004
Politics of Slovenia

On October 3, 2004 an election for deputies to the National Assembly (Slovenian Državni zbor) was held in Slovenia.

Contents

List of candidates participating in the elections

  • AS - Active Slovenia
  • DeSUS - Democratic Party of Slovenian Pensioners
  • Democratic Party of Slovenia
  • Women's Voice of Slovenia - GŽZ, Association for Primorsko - ZZP, Union of Independents of Slovenia - ZNS, New Democracy of Slovenia - NDS.
  • June List
  • LDS - Liberal Democracy of Slovenia
  • Advance, Slovenia
  • NSi - New Slovenia - Christian People's Party
  • SEG - Party of Ecological Movements
  • SJN - Slovenia is Ours
  • SDS - Slovenian Democratic Party
  • SNS - Slovenian National Party
  • SLS - Slovene People's Party
  • SMS - Youth Party of Slovenia
  • Social and Liberal Party
  • Party of the Slovenian Nation
  • The List for Enterprising Slovenia
  • ZLSD - United List of Social Democrats
  • The United for an Independent and Just Slovenia
  • Green Party of Slovenia
  • Marko Brecelj
  • Mihael Svanjak
  • Independent candidate Stefan Hudobivnik

Bold lists were elected to the National Assembly.


Official results of voting

Of the 1,634,402 eligible voters, a total of 991,123 (60.64%) voted.



Official structure of the National Asssembly (as of 13 October 2004):

List of candidates Seats Votes Percentage
Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) 29 281 710 29.08 %
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS) 23 220 848 22.8 %
United List of Social Democrats (ZLSD) 10 98 527 10.17 %
New Slovenia - Christian People's Party (NSi) 9 88 073 9.09 %
Slovene People's Party (SLS) 7 66 032 6.82 %
Slovenian National Party (SNS) 6 60 750 6.27 %
Democratic Party of Slovenian Pensioners (DeSUS) 4 39 150 4.04 %
National minorities (1 Italian, 1 Hungarian) 2

Official structure of National Assembly

Some deputies could still be promoted to ministers.


Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) (29)
Andrej Bručan
France Cukjati
Branko Grims
Robert Hrovat
Srečko Hvauc
Eva Irgl
Janez Janša
Franc Jazbec
Alenka Jeraj
Jožef Jerovšek
Dimitrij Kovačič
Danijel Krivec
Mitja Ljubeljšek
Miroslav Luci
Branko Marinič
Stane Pajk
Rudolf Petan
Miro Petek
Franc Pukšič
Bojan Rugelj
Pavel Rupar
Bojan Starman
Franc Sušnik
Jože Tanko
Rudi Veršnik
Andrej Vizjak
Bogomir Zamernik
Milenko Ziherl
Milan Zver



Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS) 23
Anton Anderlič
Milan M. Cvikl
Geza Džuban
Slavko Gaber
Pavel Gantar
Ljubo Germič
Aleš Gulič
Miran Jerič
Matej Lahovnik
Darja Lavtižar Bebler
Rudolf Moge
Cvetka Zalokar Oražem
Marko Pavliha
Milan Petek
Lojze Posedel
Anton Rop
Borut Sajovic
Mitja Slavinec
Majda Širca
Jožef Školč
Matjaž Švagan
Davorin Terčon
Vili Trofenik


United List of Social Democrats (ZLSD) 10
Samo Bevk
Matjaž Han
Franci Feri Horvat
Aurelio Juri
Bojan Kontič
Dušan Kumer
Breda Pečan
Majda Potrata
Miran Potrč
Janko Veber


New Slovenia - Christian People's Party (NSi) 9
Andrej Bajuk
Janez Drobnič
Jožef Horvat
Anton Kokalj
Drago Koren
Mojca Kucler Dolinar
Martin Mikolič
Aloj Sok
Marjeta Uhan


Slovene People's Party (SLS) 7
Josip Bajc
Stanislav Brenčič
Kristjan Janc
Franc Kangler
Janez Kramberger
Mihael Prevc
Jakob Presečnik


Slovenian National Party (SNS) 6
Bogdan Barovič
Zmago Jelinčič
Sašo Peče
Srečko Prijatelj
Boštjan Zagorac
Barbara Žgajnar Tavš


Democratic Party of Slovenian Pensioners (DeSUS) 4
Ivan Jelen
Vasja Klavora
Vili Rezman
Franc Žnidaršič


National minorities 2
Roberto Batelli (Italian)
Mária Pozsonec (Hungarian)


External link

  • http://volitve.gov.si/dz2004/en/index.htm

See also


  Results from FactBites:
 
Election Resources on the Internet / Recursos Electorales en la Internet (1755 words)
Elections to the New Zealand House of Representatives and Elections to the German Bundestag describe the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) representation system used in both countries, with results of parliamentary elections held in New Zealand from 1996 to 2005 and in Germany from 1972 to 2005.
The results of parliamentary elections held in Portugal since 1975, as well as a description of the proportional representation system used to choose members of the Portuguese legislature are available in Elections to the Portuguese Assembly of the Republic.
The results of parliamentary elections held in Denmark since 1990, as well as an overview of the proportional representation system used to choose members of the Danish legislature are available in Elections to the Danish Folketing.
Slovenia parliamentary elections, 2004 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (492 words)
On Sunday, 3 October 2004, elections for deputies to the Slovenian parliament, called the National Assembly (Slovenian DrĂ…Âľavni zbor) were held.
In Slovenia, elections in the National Assembly are held in eight voting units, each of which further divides into 11 districts.
The election threshold for a party to enter the parliament is four per cent.
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