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Parliamentary elections were held in Djibouti on 18 December 1992. They were the first elections following a referendum in September that reintroduced multi-party democracy, albeit with a limit of four parties, although they were boycotted by the Front for the Restoration of Unity and Democracy. The ruling People's Rally for Progress won 75% of the vote and all 65 seats in the National Assembly. Voter turnout was only around 48.5%, as many Afars did not vote.

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  • Wybory parlamentarne w Dżibuti w 1992 roku
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  • Parliamentary elections were held in Djibouti on 18 December 1992. They were the first elections following a referendum in September that reintroduced multi-party democracy, albeit with a limit of four parties, although they were boycotted by the Front for the Restoration of Unity and Democracy. The ruling People's Rally for Progress won 75% of the vote and all 65 seats in the National Assembly. Voter turnout was only around 48.5%, as many Afars did not vote.
  • Wybory parlamentarne w Dżibuti odbyły się 18 grudnia 1992 roku. Zwyciężył w nich Ludowy Ruch na rzecz Postępu, który zdobył 74,59% głosów, co dało mu wszystkie 65 mandatów w Zgromadzeniu Narodowym. Frekwencja wyborcza wyniosła 48,5%.
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  • Hassan Gouled Aptidon
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  • Parliamentary elections were held in Djibouti on 18 December 1992. They were the first elections following a referendum in September that reintroduced multi-party democracy, albeit with a limit of four parties, although they were boycotted by the Front for the Restoration of Unity and Democracy. The ruling People's Rally for Progress won 75% of the vote and all 65 seats in the National Assembly. Voter turnout was only around 48.5%, as many Afars did not vote.
  • Wybory parlamentarne w Dżibuti odbyły się 18 grudnia 1992 roku. Zwyciężył w nich Ludowy Ruch na rzecz Postępu, który zdobył 74,59% głosów, co dało mu wszystkie 65 mandatów w Zgromadzeniu Narodowym. Frekwencja wyborcza wyniosła 48,5%. Były to pierwsze wybory od uzyskania przez Dżibuti niepodległości w 1977 roku, w których za sprawą referendum przywrócono zasady demokracji. W wyborach mogły wziąć udział tylko cztery partie. Wybory zostały zbojkotowane przez . W porównaniu z wyborami parlamentarnymi z lat 1973, 1977, 1982 i 1987, frekwencja wyborcza była niska. Spowodowane to było bojkotem wyborów ze strony Afarów.
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