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|Chawosaurian Parliamentary Election of 1985|
|600 seats (300 seats needed for a majority)|
|December 31, 1985|
|Majority party||Minority party|
|Leader||Leonid Ivan Bzovsky||George Windsor|
|Party||Communist Coalition||Democratic Socialist Coalition|
|Leader since||January 1, 1980||January 1, 1976|
|Leader's seat||Prime Minister||Leader of the Opposition|
|Results of the 1985 legislative elections|
In the 1985 elections, where despite the Death of Soviet Leader, Leonid Brezhnev in 1982, the Communist Coalition maintained their supermajority in the Chawopolis Palace. The Communist Parties won the election in a landslide victory.
There were no seat changes on neither side in this legislative election. The Communists never gained more seats because the voters felt the dissatisfaction towards the mental state of Prime Minister, Leonid Ivan Bzovsky, while at the same time, Bzovsky was able to hold on to the 418-182 margin that Timothy required for autocratic rule, so thanks to Bzovsky's actions, the Communists never lost seats either.
Bzovsky won another landslide victory, although he never gained seats, nor lost any, Bzovsky underperformed in the popular vote, but still won the vote by a wide margin, and he continued to dominate Chawosaurian Politics for the next four-years after five years of control.