National Assembly (Seychelles)
|Voting system||single-member constituency|
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The current National Assembly, formed following elections held on 4, 5, and 6 December 2002, has a total of 34 members. 25 members are elected in single member constituencies using the simple majority (or First-past-the-post) system. The remaining 9 members are elected through a system of proportional representation. Members serve five-year terms.
|People's Party (Seychelles)||31,123||88.56%||25||+7||6||+1||31||+8|
|Popular Democratic Movement||3,828||10.89%||0||—||0||—||0||—|
|Total (valid votes; turnout 74.3%)||35,145||100.00%||25||—||6||–3||31||–3|
|Source: African Elections Database|
Ten women occupy seats in the National Assembly.
Previous National Assembly election results
|Political Party||Election Year|
|Seychelles People's Progressive Front (SPPF)||27||30|
|United Opposition (UO)||01||03|
|Democratic Party (DP)||05||01|
Note: The United Opposition (UO) was a coalition of three political parties - the Seychelles Party (Party Seselwa, PS), Seychelles National Movement (SNM), and the National Alliance Party (NAP). In 1994, its member parties merged and contested the 1998 elections as a political party under the same name. Soon after, the United Opposition was renamed Seychelles National Party (SNP).
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