Djiboutian constitutional referendum, 1992

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An constitutional referendum was held in Djibouti on 4 September 1992. The new constitution would restore multi-party democracy for the first time since independence. A second question asked voters whether the number of political parties should be limited to four. Both were approved by over 97.9% of voters with a 75.2% turnout.[1] The first multi-party elections were held in December that year.

Results[edit]

New constitution[edit]

Choice Votes %
For 101,287 98.1
Against 2,013 1.9
Invalid/blank votes 1,504 -
Total 104,804 100
Source: Nohlen et al.

Limit of four political parties[edit]

Choice Votes %
For 101,125 97.9
Against 2,177 2.1
Invalid/blank votes 1,504 -
Total 104,804 100
Source: Nohlen et al.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nohlen, D, Krennerich, M & Thibaut, B (1999) Elections in Africa: A data handbook, p323 ISBN 0-19-829645-2