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1981 · members Greece members · June 1989
Greek legislative election, 1985
All 300 seats to the Greek Parliament
2 June 1985
First party Second party Third party
Constantine Mitsotakis.jpg Charilaos Florakis.png
Leader Andreas Papandreou Constantine Mitsotakis Charilaos Florakis
Party Panhellenic Socialist Movement (ΠΑΣΟΚ) New Democracy (ΝΔ) Communist Party (ΚΚΕ)
Leader since 3 September 1974 1984 1974
Last election 172 seats, 48.07% 115 seats, 35.87% 13 seats, 10.93%
Seats won 161 126 12
Seat change -11 +11 -1
Popular vote 2,916,735 2,599,681 629,525
Percentage 45.8% 40.8% 9.1%
Swing -2.3% +4.9% -1.8%
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Legislative elections were held in the Hellenic Republic on 2 June, 1985. At stake were 300 seats in the Greek parliament, the Voule.

The ruling Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) of Andreas Papandreou, was re-elected, defeating the conservative New Democracy party of Constantine Mitsotakis (Mitsotakis succeeded Evangelos Averoff as ND leader in 1984).

Summary of the 2 June 1985 Greek Parliament election results
Parties VotesNo. % +− % Seats +−
Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) Andreas Papandreou 2,916,735 45.8% -2.3% 161 -11
New Democracy (ND) Constantine Mitsotakis 2,599,681 40.8% +4.9% 126 +11
Communist Party of Greece Charilaos Florakis 629,525 9.1% -1.8% 12 -1
Communist Party of Greece (Interior) Yiannis Banias 117,135 1.8% +0.5% 1 +1
National Political Union Georgios Papadopoulos 37,965 0.6% - - -
Independent Muslim List 20,708 0.3% - - -
Liberal Party 10,551 0.2% - - -
Others 32,794 0.5% - - -
No. of valid votes 6,365,094 100.00   300  
Invalid votes 57,372  
Total 6,422,466
(83.8%)
Sources: Thomas T. Mackie (November 1986). "General elections in Western Nations during 1985". European Journal of Political Research 14 (5-6): 695–697. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6765.1986.tb00860.x.   Lar's Election website
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