1976 Czech legislative election

1976 Czech legislative election
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All 200 seats in the Czech National Council
  First party
  Gustáv Husák - oříznuto.JPG
Leader Gustáv Husák
Party KSČ
Alliance National Front
Seats won 111
Seat change Decrease 18

Prime Minister before election

Josef Korčák

Prime Minister after election

Josef Korčák

National Council elections were held in the Czech part of Czechoslovakia on 22 and 23 October 1976.


Party or allianceVotes%Seats
National FrontCommunist Party of Czechoslovakia111
Czechoslovak Socialist Party14
Czechoslovak People's Party12
Independents and unspecified[a]63
Total votes7,392,467
Registered voters/turnout7,418,48299.65
Source: CZSO
  • Seats by gender
    • 143 Male
    • 57 Female


  1. ^ Due to the absence of a register of party membership, the affiliation of 31 MPs is unknown


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