- Luxembourgian legislative election, 1994
Legislative elections were held in
Luxembourgon June 12, 1994. Voters elected 60 members of the Grand Duchy's unicameral legislature, the Chamber of Deputies.
The election coincided with the 1994 European Parliament election.
Under Luxembourg's electoral system, the country is divided into four multi-member constituencies: Centre, Est, Nord, and Sud. Voters may vote for as many candidates as the region elects Deputies. The number of voters for each party therefore cannot be stated.
Results by locality
The CSV won pluralities in three of the four circonscriptions, coming behind the LSAP in that party's Sud stronghold. The CSV's vote was remarkably consistent across the whole of the country, whereas the other two main parties' votes varied wildly (particularly in Sud). The Greens and ADR won disproportionate number of votes in the east-central region and north respectively.fr icon cite web |url=http://www.statistiques.public.lu/stat/TableViewer/tableView.aspx?ReportId=1713 |title=Répartition des suffrages en % du total des voix exprimés par parti et par commune 1994-2004 |accessdate=2008-03-17 |date=15 October 2004 |publisher=
The CSV won pluralities across most of the country, winning more votes than any other party in 86 of the country's (then) 118 communes. The LSAP won pluralities in 21 communes, primarily in the
Red Landsin the south. The DP won 12 communes, particularly in its heartland of Luxembourg City and the surrounding communes.
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