Ecuadorian referendum, 1986

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A referendum on allowing the election of independents was held in Ecuador on 2 June 1986 alongside provincial elections.[1] The proposal was rejected by 69% of voters.

The same question was asked in a 1994 referendum, with voters voting in favour.[2]

Results[edit]

Do you want independent citizens to have every right to be elected without being affiliated to any political party, thus confirming the equality of all Ecuadorians before the law?

Choice Votes %
For 781,409 30.51
Against 1,779,697 69.49
Invalid/blank votes 569,255
Total 3,130,361 100
Registered voters/turnout 4,255,346 73.56
Source: Direct Democracy

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