Elections 2006: Smer wins elections with 29.14 percent

Final unofficial results of parliamentary elections after counting all the valid votes:

Smer – 29.14 percent (50 mandates)
Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – 18.35 percent (31 mandates)
Slovak National Party – 11.73 percent (20 mandates)
Hungarian Coalition Party – 11.68 percent (20 mandates)
Movement for a Democratic Slovakia – 8.79 percent (15 mandates)
Christian Democratic Movement – 8.31 percent (14 mandates)

Source: The Slovak Statistics Office

(The number of mandates are based on calculations of news wire SITA)

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