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Western Australian state election, 1993

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6 February 1993 (1993-02-06)  1996 →
26 seats  31 seats
505,391  406,087
Start date  February 6, 1993
12 May 1992  12 February 1990
32 seats  24 seats
55.45%  44.55%
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Winner  Richard Court

Elections were held in the state of Western Australia on 6 February 1993 to elect all 57 members to the Legislative Assembly and all 34 members to the Legislative Council. The three-term Labor government, led by Premier Dr Carmen Lawrence since 12 February 1990, was defeated by the Liberal-National coalition, led by Opposition Leader Richard Court since 12 May 1992.


Legislative Assembly


1 Andrew Mensaros, the former Liberal member for Floreat, resigned from parliament on 16 May 1991 due to ill health. Dr Liz Constable, who had Mensaros's support, ran as an Independent against the endorsed Liberal candidate in the resulting by-election on 20 July 1991, and won.

Seats changing parties

  • Members in italics did not contest their seat at this election.
  • References

    Western Australian state election, 1993 Wikipedia

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