Elections in Comoros

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Elections in Comoros gives information on election and election results in Comoros.

Comoros elects on federal level a head of state - the president - and a legislature. The president is elected for a four-year term by the people. The federal presidency is to take it in turns between the three islands. The Assembly of the Union has 33 seats, 18 elected in single seat constituencies and 15 representatives of the regional assemblies. The existence of political parties in the Comoros is unclear.

Latest elections[edit]

2010 Presidential election[edit]

e • d Summary of the 7 November and 26 December 2010 Comorian presidential election results
Candidates Mohéli primary 2nd round
Votes % Votes %
Ikililou Dhoinine 3,785 28.19 111,279 61.12
Mohamed Said Fazul 3,080 22.94 59,437 32.65
Abdou Djabir 1,327 9.88 11,339 6.23
Bianrifi Tarmidhi 1,250 9.31  
Saïd Dhoifir Bounou 1,154 8.59
Hamada Madi Bolero 1,060 7.89
Mohamed Larifou Oukacha 977 7.28
Mohamed Hassanaly 523 3.90
Abdoulhakim Ben Allaoui 208 1.55
Zahariat Said Ahmed 63 0.47
Total votes for candidates 13,427 100.00 182,055 100.00
Blank and null votes 391 13,812
Total valid votes 13,818 195,867
Invalid votes 564
Total votes cast 14,382 195,867
Electorate and turnout 21,429 67.10 384,358 50.96
Sources: Courrier International Al Watwan

2009 Parliamentary election[edit]

e • d Summary of the 6 and 20 December 2009 Assembly of the Union of the Comoros election results
Parties Seats
Presidential party (Baobab) 16
Allies of the president 3
Opposition 5
Representatives of the regional assemblies 9
Total 33
Source: Al Watwan

Past elections[edit]

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