1993 Bijhan and Laharn federal election
The 1993 Bijhan and Laharn federal election took place on 1–2 May 1993 to elect the members of the 1st Kunveno.
|Independence Party of Bijhan||929,583||40.55||26||37|
|Bijhanian Democratic Party||443,357||19.34||12||17|
|Communist Party of Bijhan||256,065||11.17||7||10|
|Conservative People's Party||140,297||6.12||3||5|
|New Democratic Party||550,944||42.18||27||15|
|Our Strength – Our State||156,814||12.01||7||4|
|United Laharn Party||112,849||8.64||5||3|
Of particular note was the substantially lower turnout in both states when compared with those of their respective state elections. The 54.50% turnout in Bijhan was significantly lower than at its state elections in 1991 and 1995, which 73.03% and 69.40%, respectively. A similar drop in turnout was recorded in Laharn, with 78.85% turnout, compared to 86.42% and 85.65% at the 1991 and 1994 state elections, respectively.
Election of Presidential Council
The Presidential Council is elected on a single list by special majority vote. There are six voting members and a variable number of non-voting members, with each group divided between the constituent states according to population, provided each is allocated at least one-third of the members.
The House of Representatives approved the list by a vote of 77–43, and the Senate approved the list by a vote of 79–41. The Presidential Council began its term on 1 July 1993.
|Mateo Desomet||Bijhanian Democratic Party||Bijhan||Voting|
|Georgo Ivalo||Independence Party of Bijhan||Bijhan||Voting|
|Lisandro Kiomas||Socialist Party||Laharn||Voting|
|Tomaso Nomuo||New Democratic Party||Laharn||Non-Voting|
|Tondro Ofon||Independence Party of Bijhan||Bijhan||Voting|
|Aleĉjo Sorihalo||New Democratic Party||Laharn||Voting|
|Antono Starivo||Independence Party of Bijhan||Bijhan||Voting|
|Tonomo Trema||Independence Party of Bijhan||Bijhan||Non-Voting|
|Danielo Vol||Independence Party of Bijhan||Bijhan||Non-Voting|