Elections in Mizoram

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Elections in Mizoram have been conducted since 1972 to elect members of the Mizoram Legislative Assembly and Lok Sabha. There are 40 assembly constituencies and 1 Lok Sabha constituency.

Legislative Assembly elections[edit]

The elections for the Mizoram Legislative Assembly began in 1972.[1]

Year Election Winning Party/Coalition Chief Minister
1972 First Assembly (Union Territory) Mizo Union Ch. Chhunga
1978 Second Assembly (Union Territory) Mizo People's Conference Thenphunga Sailo
1979 Third Assembly (Union Territory) Mizo People's Conference Thenphunga Sailo
1984 Fourth Assembly (Union Territory) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla
1987 First Assembly (State) Mizo National Front Pu Laldenga
1989 Second Assembly (State) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla
1993 Third Assembly (State) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla
1998 Fourth Assembly (State) Mizo National Front Pu Zoramthanga
2003 Fifth Assembly (State) Mizo National Front Pu Zoramthanga
2008 Sixth Assembly (State) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla
2013 Seventh Assembly (State) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla

Lok Sabha elections[edit]

The elections for the Lok Sabha held since 1971.[2]

Year Lok Sabha Election Winning Party/Coalition
1971 Fifth Lok Sabha Mizo Union
1977 Sixth Lok Sabha Independent
1980 Seventh Lok Sabha Independent
1984 Eighth Lok Sabha Indian National Congress
1989 Ninth Lok Sabha Indian National Congress
1991 Tenth Lok Sabha Indian National Congress
1996 Eleventh Lok Sabha Indian National Congress
1998 Twelfth Lok Sabha Independent
1999 Thirteenth Lok Sabha Independent
2004 Fourteenth Lok Sabha Mizo National Front
2009 Fifteenth Lok Sabha Indian National Congress

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brief History of Mizoram". Mizoram Legislative Assembly. Retrieved 26 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "Lok Sabha members of Mizoram". mizoram.nic.in. Retrieved 26 November 2013.