Equatorial Guinean constitutional referendum, 1973

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A constitutional referendum was held in Equatorial Guinea on 29 July 1973. The new constitution would make the country a one-party state with the newly formed United National Workers' Party as the sole legal party. The officially reported results indicated that the change was approved by 99% of voters.[1]


Choice Votes %
For 99
Against 1
Invalid/blank votes -
Total 100
Source: African Elections Database


  1. ^ Elections in Equatorial Guinea African Elections Database