Tunisian general election, 2004

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General elections were held in Tunisia on 24 October 2004 to elect a President and Chamber of Deputies. In the presidential election, incumbent Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, was re-elected for a fourth five-year term with 94.49% of the vote.[1] In the Chamber of Deputies elections his Constitutional Democratic Rally party won 152 of the 189 seats.[2] Voter turnout was 91.52% in the presidential election and 86.41% for the Chamber election.

Results[edit]

e • d Summary of the 24 October 2004 Tunisian presidential election results
Candidates Parties Votes  %
Zine El Abidine Ben Ali Constitutional Democratic Rally 4,204,292 94.49
Mohamed Bouchiha Popular Unity Party 167,986 3.78
Mohamed Ali Halouani Ettajdid Movement 42,213 0.95
Mounir Beji Social Liberal Party 35,067 0.79
Valid votes 4,449,558 99.67
Blank or invalid votes 14,779 0.33
Total 4,464,337 100.00
Voter turnout 91.52
Electorate 4,877,905
Source: (French) POGAR
e • d Summary of the 24 October 2004 Tunisian Chamber of Deputies election results
Parties Votes  % Seats +/–
Constitutional Democratic Rally 3,678,645 87.59 152 +4
Movement of Socialist Democrats 194,829 4.63 14 +1
Popular Unity Party 152,987 3.64 11 +4
Unionist Democratic Union 92,708 2.20 7 0
Ettajdid Movement 43,268 1.74 3 −2
Social Liberal Party 25,261 0.60 2 0
Other parties 10,473 0.26 0 −5
Valid votes 4,199,846 99.64 189 +7
Blank or invalid votes 15,305 0.36
Total 4,215,151 100.00
Voter turnout 91.45
Electorate 4,609,237

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results IFES
  2. ^ Results IFES