Updated October 2009
Elections for the Constitutional Commission to draft a new democratic constitution for the Seychelles were held from 23-26 July 1992 (Commonwealth Observer Group 1993, 1). The minimum threshold for representation on the Commision was 5%, and parties that qualified for representation were allocated one seat for every 4% of the vote they attained (Commonwealth Observer Group 1993, 1).
|Party||Votes||% votes||Seats||% seats|
|Seychelles People's Progressive Front (SPPF)||24538||58.4||14||63.6|
|Democratic Party (DP)||14150||33.7||8||36.4|
|Parti Seselwa (PS)||1829||4.4||0||0.0|
|National Alliance Party (NAP)||672||1.6||0||0.0|
|Mouvement Seychellois pour la Democratie||322||0.8||0||0.0|
|Seychelles National Movement||259||0.6||0||0.0|
|Seychelles Liberal Party||201||0.5||0||0.0|
|Seychelles Christian Democrats||54||0.1||0||0.0|
Commonwealth Observer Group 1993, 1, 32.
COMMONWEALTH OBSERVER GROUP 1992 Referendum on the Draft Constitution in Seychelles 12-15 November 1992: Report", Commonwealth Secretariat.
COMMONWEALTH OBSERVER GROUP 1993 "The Presidential and National Assembly Elections in the Seychelles 20-23 July 1993: Report", Commonwealth Secretariat.