All 200 seats in the Czech National Council
National Council elections were held in the Czech part of Czechoslovakia on 5 and 6 June 1981.
|National Front||Communist Party of Czechoslovakia||7,207,961||99.4||138|
|Czechoslovak People's Party||14|
|Czechoslovak Socialist Party||14|
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