Namibian general election, 1999

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Namibian general election, 1999
Namibia
1994 ←
November 30-December 1, 1999
→ 2004

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Nominee Sam Nujoma Ben Ulenga
Party SWAPO COD
Popular vote 414,096 56,541
Percentage 76.82% 10.49%

President before election

Sam Nujoma
SWAPO

Elected President

Sam Nujoma
SWAPO

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General elections were held in Namibia on 30 November and 1 December 1999 to elect a president and the National Assembly.[1] Both votes were won by SWAPO, whose candidate, Sam Nujoma, was re-elected with over 76% of the vote.

Results[edit]

Presidential election[edit]

Candidate Party Votes %
Sam Nujoma South West African People's Organization 414,096 76.82
Ben Ulenga Congress of Democrats 56,541 10.49
Katuutire Kaura Democratic Turnhalle Alliance 52,752 9.79
Justus ǁGaroëb United Democratic Front 15,635 2.90
Invalid/blank votes 6,441 -
Total 545,465 100
Source: African Elections Database

National Assembly election[edit]

Party Votes % Seats
SWAPO 408,174 76.15 55
Congress of Democrats 53,289 9.94 7
Democratic Turnhalle Alliance 50,824 9.48 7
United Democratic Front 15,685 2.93 2
Monitor Action Group 3,618 0.67 1
South West Africa National Union-Workers Revolutionary Party 1,885 0.35 0
Democratic Coalition of Namibia 1,797 0.34 0
Federal Convention of Namibia 764 0.14 0
Invalid/blank votes 5,078 - -
Appointed members - - 6
Total 536,036 100 78
Source: African Elections Database

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