National Assembly (Guinea)
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Elections were held on 28 September 2013. The National Assembly that was formed following the 28 September 2013 parliamentary election had a total of 114 members. 76 members were directly elected through a system of proportional representation using national party-lists, while 38 members were elected in single member constituencies using the simple majority (or First-past-the-post) system. Members serve five-year terms.
|Party of Unity and Progress (Parti de l'Unité et du Progrès)||1,947,318||61.5||85|
|Union for Progress and Renewal (Union pour le Progrès et le Renouveau)||842,270||21.7||20|
|Union for the Progress of Guinea (Union pour le Progrès de la Guinée)||130,065||4.1||3|
|Democratic Party of Guinea-African Democratic Rally (Parti Démocratique de Guinée-Rassemblement Démocratique Africain)||107,666||3.4||3|
|National Alliance for Progress (Alliance Nationale pour le Progrès)||62,780||2.0||2|
|Party of the Union for Development (Parti de l’Union pour le Développement)||20,823||0.7||1|
|Total (turnout 71.6%)||3,162,855||114|
|Source: Democraf. The elections were boycotted by the Rassemblement du Peuple Guinéen.|
Twenty-two women occupied seats in the National Assembly following the 2002 election.
- Guinea's ruling party falls short of majority in legislative vote, Reuters, 19 October 2013, retrieved 26 October 2013
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