1986 Czech legislative election

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1986 Czech legislative election
  1981 23–24 May 1986 1990  

All 200 seats in the Czech National Council
 First party
  Gustav Husak - oriznuto.JPG
Leader Gustáv Husák
Party KSČ
Alliance National Front
Seats won137
Seat changeDecrease2.svg 1

PM before election

Josef Korčák
KSČ

Elected PM

Josef Korčák
KSČ

National Council elections were held in the Czech part of Czechoslovakia on 23 and 24 May 1986.

Results

PartyVotes%Seats
National Front Communist Party of Czechoslovakia 7,350,34799.2137
Independents 37
Czechoslovak Socialist Party 14
Czechoslovak People's Party 14
Blank ballots54,1690.8
Total7,350,347100200
Registered voters/turnout7,404,51699.2
Source: CZSO


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