Parliamentary General Elections were held in Suriname on 19 November 1973 for all 39 seats in the National Assembly.
The unicameral Parliament of Suriname, the Legislative Assembly (Staten), consists of 39 members elected for 4 years. Twenty-seven members (including 10 from Paramaribo, the capital) of the Staten are directly elected in the various constituencies by simple majority vote and the 12 remaining members, from the rural areas, are chosen according to proportional representation.
The result was a victory for the National Party Combination (an alliance of the National Party of Suriname, the Nationalist Republican Party, the Party for National Unity and Solidarity and the Suriname Progressive People's Party), which won 22 of the 39 seats.
Voter turnout was 76.03%.