Vanni Electoral District

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Vanni Electoral District
constituency
for the Parliament of Sri Lanka
Region Northern Province
Electorate 219,196
Current constituency
Created 1978
Seats 5 (1989–94)
6 (1994–present)
MPs Selvam Adaikalanathan, TNA
Sivasakthy Ananthan, TNA
Risad Badhiutheen, UPFA
Hunais Farook, UPFA
Muthali Bawa Farook, UPFA
Vino Noharathalingam, TNA
Provincial Council Northern
Created from Mannar
Mullaitivu
Vavuniya

Vanni Electoral District (Tamil: வன்னி தேர்தல் மாவட்டம்) is one of the 22 multi-member electoral districts of Sri Lanka created by the 1978 Constitution of Sri Lanka. The district covers the administrative districts of Mannar, Mullaitivu and Vavuniya in the Northern province. The district currently elects 6 of the 225 members of the Sri Lankan Parliament and had 219,196 registered electors in 2012.

Election results[edit]

1982 presidential election[edit]

Results of the 1st presidential election held on 20 October 1982:[1]

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes %
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  J. R. Jayewardene UNP 17,008 3,678 11,720 428 32,834 46.42%
  Hector Kobbekaduwa SLFP 8,039 5,471 9,385 326 23,221 32.83%
  Kumar Ponnambalam ACTC 1,891 6,654 2,689 287 11,521 16.29%
  Rohana Wijeweera JVP 279 204 1,764 39 2,286 3.23%
  Colvin de Silva LSSP 174 150 252 8 584 0.83%
  Vasudeva Nanayakkara NSSP 111 84 87 11 293 0.41%
Valid Votes 27,502 16,241 25,897 1,099 70,739 100.00%
Rejected Votes 486 971 947 43 2,447
Total Polled 27,988 17,212 26,844 1,142 73,186
Registered Electors 40,965 34,472 43,656 119,093
Turnout (%) 68.32% 49.93% 61.49% 61.45%

1988 provincial council election[edit]

Results of the 1st North Eastern provincial council election held on 19 November 1988:

Mannar District - The Eelam People's Revolutionary Liberation Front won all 5 seats uncontested.[2]

Mullaitivu District - The Eelam National Democratic Liberation Front won all 5 seats uncontested.[2]

Vavuniya District - The Eelam National Democratic Liberation Front won all 4 seats uncontested.[2]

1988 presidential election[edit]

Results of the 2nd presidential election held on 19 December 1988:[3]

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Total Votes %
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Ranasinghe Premadasa UNP 4,500 3,098 2,982 10,580 55.78%
  Sirimavo Bandaranaike SLFP 1,431 1,639 1,819 4,889 25.77%
Oswin Abeygunasekara SLPP 1,035 1,119 1,346 3,500 18.45%
Valid Votes 6,966 5,856 6,147 18,969 100.00%
Rejected Votes 149 329 230 708
Total Polled 7,115 6,185 6,377 19,677
Registered Electors 47,060 41,624 54,039 142,723
Turnout (%) 15.12% 14.86% 11.80% 13.79%

1989 parliamentary general election[edit]

Results of the 9th parliamentary election held on 15 February 1989:[4]

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Tamil United Liberation Front (ENDLF, EPRLF, TELO, TULF) 5,492 2,937 8,750 92 17,271 39.99% 2
  United National Party (CWC, UNP) 2,507 426 5,423 169 8,525 19.74% 1
  Sri Lanka Muslim Congress 4,419 1,440 2,073 13 7,945 18.40% 1
  Independent (EROS) 2,472 2,882 2,479 46 7,879 18.24% 1
  Sri Lanka Freedom Party 91 37 1,398 42 1,568 3.63% 0
Valid Votes 14,981 7,722 20,123 362 43,188 100.00% 5
Rejected Votes 1,301 1,307 1,827 27 4,462
Total Polled 16,282 9,029 21,950 389 47,650
Registered Electors 46,990 40,224 53,733 501 141,448
Turnout 34.65% 22.45% 40.85% 77.64% 33.69%

The following candidates were elected:[4] A. E. Silva (EPRLF), 6,385 preference votes (pv); R. Kuhaneswaran (TELO), 6,276 pv; S. S. M. Abu Bakar (SLMC), 5,355 pv; Rasa Manohaari Pulendran (UNP), 3,260 pv; and Innasimuthu Alfred (EROS), 935 pv.

1994 parliamentary general election[edit]

Results of the 10th parliamentary election held on 16 August 1994:[5]

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Democratic People's Liberation Front (EROS, PLOTE, TELO) 4,403 13 7,080 71 11,567 27.36% 3
  Sri Lanka Muslim Congress 5,785 906 1,412 39 8,142 19.26% 1
  United National Party (CWC, UNP) 2,437 799 4,497 117 7,850 18.57% 1
  People's Alliance (SLFP et al.) 207 342 4,869 165 5,583 13.21% 1
  Eelam People's Revolutionary Liberation Front 1,841 53 1,465 106 3,465 8.20% 0
  Tamil United Liberation Front 1,127 8 1,756 148 3,039 7.19% 0
  Independent 2 1,720 82 66 12 1,880 4.45% 0
  Independent 1 92 4 502 26 624 1.48% 0
  Independent 3 49 2 24 2 77 0.18% 0
  Nava Sama Samaja Party 16 2 26 0 44 0.10% 0
Valid Votes 17,677 2,211 21,697 686 42,271 100.00% 6
Rejected Votes 1,106 125 1,766 12 3,009
Total Polled 18,783 2,336 23,463 698 45,280
Registered Electors 54,066 52,197 72,434 178,697
Turnout 34.74% 4.48% 32.39% 25.34%

The following candidates were elected:[5] Dharmalingam Sitharthan (DPLF-PLOTE), 6,376 preference votes (pv); S. Shanmuganathan (DPLF), 5,858 pv; V. Balachandran (DPLF), 4,515 pv; S. S. M. Abu Bakar (SLMC), 4,269 pv; Premaratnage Sumathipala (PA), 2,975 pv; and Rasa Manohari Pulendran (UNP), 2,217 pv.

S. Shanmuganathan (DPLF) was killed on 15 July 1998.[6]

1994 presidential election[edit]

Results of the 3rd presidential election held on 9 November 1994:[7]

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes %
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Chandrika Kumaratunga PA 14,607 1,128 16,861 989 33,585 85.30%
  Srimathi Dissanayake UNP 981 330 3,026 156 4,493 11.41%
  Hudson Samarasinghe Ind 2 490 13 499 1 1,003 2.55%
  G. A. Nihal SLPF 35 4 78 1 118 0.30%
  Harischandra Wijayatunga SMBP 24 3 68 1 96 0.24%
  A. J. Ranashinge Ind 1 12 0 63 2 77 0.20%
Valid Votes 16,149 1,478 20,595 1,150 39,372 100.00%
Rejected Votes 199 27 444 11 681
Total Polled 16,348 1,505 21,039 1,161 40,053
Registered Electors 54,066 52,197 72,434 1,251 178,697
Turnout (%) 30.24% 2.88% 29.05% 92.81% 22.41%

1999 presidential election[edit]

Results of the 4th presidential election held on 21 December 1999:[8]

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes %
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Ranil Wickremasinghe UNP 15,407 389 27,621 386 43,803 69.87%
  Chandrika Kumaratunga PA 8,446 751 6,845 160 16,202 25.84%
  Nandana Gunathilake JVP 34 15 427 6 482 0.77%
Rajiva Wijesinha Liberal 128 1 326 1 456 0.73%
Vasudeva Nanayakkara LDA 120 4 293 27 444 0.71%
  W. V. M. Ranjith Ind 2 156 6 257 1 420 0.67%
Abdul Rasool SLMP 113 9 178 6 306 0.49%
  T. Edirisuriya Ind 1 91 1 142 0 234 0.37%
  Harischandra Wijayatunga SMBP 35 2 55 1 93 0.15%
Kamal Karunadasa PLSF 39 2 42 0 83 0.13%
  Hudson Samarasinghe Ind 3 21 2 45 1 69 0.11%
A. W. Premawardhana PFF 31 0 27 0 58 0.09%
A. Dissanayaka DUNF 16 0 24 0 40 0.06%
Valid Votes 24,637 1,182 36,282 589 62,690 100.00%
Rejected Votes 446 30 968 46 1,490
Total Polled 25,083 1,212 37,250 635 64,180
Registered Electors 65,883 52,688 86,970 205,541
Turnout (%) 38.07% 2.30% 42.83% 31.22%

2000 parliamentary general election[edit]

Results of the 11th parliamentary election held on 10 October 2000:[9]

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Displaced
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Tamil Eelam Liberation Organization 9,580 0 11,325 518 21,705 26.09% 3
  National Unity Alliance (SLMC et al.) 1,821 0 2,294 165 15,837 19.04% 1
  United National Party (DWC, NWC, UCPF, UNP) 1,695 182 8,335 406 11,545 13.88% 1
  People's Alliance (SLFP et al.) 350 439 5,110 424 7,837 9.42% 1
  Democratic People's Liberation Front (PLOTE) 1,200 0 5,484 163 6,961 8.37% 0
  Tamil United Liberation Front 1,450 0 2,709 451 4,643 5.58% 0
  Independent 4 1,440 0 1,937 42 3,511 4.22% 0
  Independent 2 1,053 1 83 98 2,414 2.90% 0
  Independent 7 1,796 0 496 33 2,359 2.84% 0
  Independent 5 15 0 1,518 37 1,819 2.19% 0
  Eelam People's Democratic Party 157 0 1,129 31 1,370 1.65% 0
Citizen's Front 191 3 891 23 1,233 1.48% 0
  All Ceylon Tamil Congress 139 0 522 56 721 0.87% 0
  Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna 42 18 334 18 444 0.53% 0
  Ceylon Workers' Congress 22 0 169 6 225 0.27% 0
  Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya 68 1 69 3 144 0.17% 0
  Independent 1 23 0 27 5 132 0.16% 0
Sinhala Heritage 18 3 79 1 104 0.13% 0
Democratic United National Front 34 1 38 0 75 0.09% 0
Liberal Party 3 4 31 0 42 0.05% 0
Ruhuna People's Party 12 0 19 0 34 0.04% 0
  Independent 3 8 0 11 0 19 0.02% 0
  Independent 6 5 0 11 0 19 0.02% 0
Valid Votes 21,122 652 42,621 2,480 83,193 100.00% 6
Rejected Votes 1,295 3,856 6,604
Total Polled 22,417 46,477 89,797
Registered Electors 68,468 53,054 91,589 213,111
Turnout (%) 32.74% 50.75% 42.13%

The following candidates were elected:[10] Selvam Adaikalanathan (TELO), 15,490 preference votes (pv); Noordeen Mashoor (NUA), 12,283 pv; Vino Noharathalingam (TELO), 10,959 pv; R. Kuhaneswaran (TELO), 6,739 pv; Premaratnage Sumathipala (PA), 5,205 pv; and Santhakumara Punchihewa (UNP), 3,975 pv.

2001 parliamentary general election[edit]

Results of the 12th parliamentary election held on 5 December 2001:[11][12]

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Displaced
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Tamil National Alliance (ACTC, EPRLF(S), TELO, TULF) 15,906 1 23,965 1,139 939 41,950 44.39% 3
  United National Front (CWC, SLMC, UNP, WPF) 2,910 237 7,069 564 15,795 26,575 28.12% 2
  Democratic People's Liberation Front (PLOTE) 1,046 0 8,316 99 153 9,614 10.17% 1
  People's Alliance (NUA, SLFP et al.) 1,576 298 4,119 779 1,059 7,831 8.29% 0
  Eelam People's Democratic Party 1,742 2 1,100 62 498 3,404 3.60% 0
  Independent 7 59 0 2,645 48 58 2,810 2.97% 0
  Independent 1 487 0 197 13 8 705 0.75% 0
  Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna 39 56 535 46 7 683 0.72% 0
  New Left Front (NSSP et al.) 124 5 137 15 43 324 0.34% 0
United Socialist Party 39 1 79 1 122 242 0.26% 0
Sinhala Heritage 18 0 61 1 9 89 0.09% 0
  Independent 8 5 0 40 1 14 60 0.06% 0
United Lanka People's Party 9 1 20 0 26 56 0.06% 0
  Independent 6 2 1 42 0 8 53 0.06% 0
  Independent 3 8 0 22 0 1 31 0.03% 0
Ruhuna People's Party 7 0 17 0 2 26 0.03% 0
  Independent 4 2 0 16 0 1 19 0.02% 0
  Independent 2 1 0 9 1 6 17 0.02% 0
  Independent 5 1 0 14 0 2 17 0.02% 0
Valid Votes 23,981 602 48,403 2,769 18,751 94,506 100.00% 6
Rejected Votes 1,782 28 4,635 82 1,328 7,855
Total Polled 25,763 630 53,038 102,361
Registered Electors 70,850 53,158 94,853 218,861
Turnout (%) 36.36% 1.19% 55.92% 46.77%

The following candidates were elected:[13] Selvam Adaikalanathan (TNA-TELO), 28,548 preference votes (pv); R. Kuhaneswaran (TNA-TELO), 15,936 pv; Sivasakthy Ananthan (TNA-EPRLF), 14,023 pv; Noordeen Mashoor (UNF), 12,673 pv; Risad Badhiutheen (UNF-SLMC), 9,276 pv; and Dharmalingam Sitharthan (DPLF-PLOTE), 4,468 pv.

2004 parliamentary general election[edit]

Results of the 13th parliamentary election held on 2 April 2004:[14]

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Displaced
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Tamil National Alliance (ACTC, EPRLF(S), ITAK, TELO) 25,631 27,667 35,012 1,942 90,835 64.71% 5
  United National Front (CWC, DPF, SLMC, UNP) 4,413 277 10,724 799 33,621 23.95% 1
  United People's Freedom Alliance (JVP, NUA, SLFP et al.) 179 391 4,713 1,132 7,259 5.17% 0
  Democratic People's Liberation Front (PLOTE) 945 71 4,908 104 6,316 4.50% 0
  Eelam People's Democratic Party 476 68 488 52 1,097 0.78% 0
United Socialist Party 92 7 158 1 588 0.42% 0
  Independent 9 43 60 113 1 231 0.16% 0
  Jathika Hela Urumaya 2 3 58 10 74 0.05% 0
  Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya 17 2 37 1 67 0.05% 0
  New Left Front (NSSP et al.) 6 4 44 3 66 0.05% 0
  Independent 5 0 0 57 0 60 0.04% 0
  Independent 3 22 3 22 0 54 0.04% 0
  Independent 1 7 4 13 0 26 0.02% 0
  Independent 6 4 4 10 0 19 0.01% 0
  Independent 8 3 1 12 0 19 0.01% 0
  Independent 2 2 5 9 0 17 0.01% 0
  Independent 4 2 0 5 0 15 0.01% 0
  Independent 7 2 0 2 0 7 0.00% 0
Ruhuna People's Party 4 0 1 0 6 0.00% 0
Valid Votes 31,850 28,567 56,386 4,045 140,377 100.00% 6
Rejected Votes 2,726 1,895 4,846 198 10,626
Total Polled 34,576 30,462 61,232 4,243 151,003
Registered Electors 72,980 53,439 100,185 226,604
Turnout (%) 47.38% 57.00% 61.12% 66.64%

The following candidates were elected::[15] Selvam Adaikalanathan (TNA-TELO), 39,535 preference votes (pv); Sathasivam Kanagaratnam (TNA), 30,390 pv; Sivasakthy Ananthan (TNA-EPRLF), 29,801 pv; Vino Noharathalingam (TNA-TELO), 28,252 pv; Sivanathan Kisshor (TNA), 17,653 pv; and Risad Badhiutheen (UNF-SLMC), 15,981 pv.

2005 presidential election[edit]

Results of the 5th presidential election held on 17 November 2005:[16]

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Displaced
Votes
Total Votes %
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Ranil Wickremasinghe UNP 20,463 372 33,553 2,234 9,176 65,798 77.89%
  Mahinda Rajapaksa UPFA 2,183 510 7,936 1,356 5,212 17,197 20.36%
Siritunga Jayasuriya USP 160 2 276 2 80 520 0.62%
A. A. Suraweera NDF 54 1 155 5 71 286 0.34%
  Chamil Jayaneththi NLF 50 1 68 5 9 133 0.16%
Victor Hettigoda ULPP 21 1 62 21 10 115 0.14%
  A. K. J. Arachchige DUA 44 0 37 1 25 107 0.13%
Aruna de Soyza RPP 18 2 37 2 12 71 0.08%
Wije Dias SEP 18 0 37 6 8 69 0.08%
Wimal Geeganage SLNF 21 1 40 4 2 68 0.08%
Anura De Silva ULF 21 1 33 1 6 62 0.07%
P. Nelson Perera SLPF 7 0 15 0 5 27 0.03%
H. S. Dharmadwaja UNAF 5 0 13 1 4 23 0.03%
Valid Votes 23,065 891 42,262 3,638 14,620 84,476 100.00%
Rejected Votes 361 11 766 79 181 1,398
Total Polled 23,426 902 43,028 3,717 14,801 85,874
Registered Electors 78,906 66,596 104,884 250,386
Turnout (%) 29.69% 1.35% 41.02% 34.30%

2010 presidential election[edit]

Results of the 6th presidential election held on 26 January 2010:[17]

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Displaced
Votes
Total Votes %
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Sarath Fonseka NDF 20,157 6,882 31,796 1,845 9,687 70,367 66.86%
  Mahinda Rajapaksa UPFA 6,656 1,726 13,742 2,018 4,598 28,740 27.31%
M. C. M. Ismail DUNF 923 237 569 6 286 2,021 1.92%
C. J. Sugathsiri Gamage UDF 242 99 381 2 67 791 0.75%
  M. K. Shivajilingam Ind 5 105 41 308 40 55 549 0.52%
A. A. Suraweera NDF 73 28 183 9 50 343 0.33%
Sarath Manamendra NSH 74 53 127 0 40 294 0.28%
  W. V. Mahiman Ranjith Ind 1 65 35 125 6 48 279 0.27%
Lal Perera ONF 71 33 122 2 46 274 0.26%
A.S.P Liyanage SLLP 44 43 104 4 32 227 0.22%
  Vikramabahu Karunaratne LF 42 16 136 6 17 217 0.21%
Siritunga Jayasuriya USP 49 27 115 0 21 212 0.20%
Wije Dias SEP 45 12 58 2 16 133 0.13%
Sarath Kongahage UNAF 35 17 71 3 6 132 0.13%
Sanath Pinnaduwa NA 22 27 52 1 28 130 0.12%
  Ukkubanda Wijekoon Ind 3 28 10 68 1 8 115 0.11%
  M. Mohamed Musthaffa Ind 4 13 15 46 0 10 84 0.08%
  Aithurus M. Illias Ind 2 16 16 39 0 11 82 0.08%
Senaratna de Silva PNF 10 10 41 0 13 74 0.07%
Battaramulla Seelarathana JP 13 18 30 0 9 70 0.07%
Aruna de Soyza RPP 17 13 27 0 8 65 0.06%
M. B. Thaminimulla ACAKO 17 9 23 1 3 53 0.05%
Valid Votes 28,717 9,367 48,163 3,946 15,059 105,252 100.00%
Rejected Votes 455 258 1,335 45 335 2,428
Total Polled 29,172 9,625 49,498 3,991 15,394 107,680
Registered Electors 85,322 68,729 112,924 266,975
Turnout 34.19% 14.00% 43.83% 40.33%

2010 parliamentary general election[edit]

Results of the 14th parliamentary election held on 8 April 2010:[18]

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Displaced
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya
  Tamil National Alliance (EPRLF(S), ITAK, TELO) 15,026 5,241 17,372 1,507 2,527 41,673 38.96% 3
  United People's Freedom Alliance (ACMC, SLFP et al.) 7,431 2,238 13,714 2,128 12,011 37,522 35.07% 2
  United National Front (DPF, SLFP(P), SLMC, UNP) 3,125 169 3,638 354 5,497 12,783 11.95% 1
  Democratic People's Liberation Front (PLOTE) 982 527 4,200 111 80 5,900 5.52% 0
  Eelam People's Democratic Party 731 593 1,405 53 85 2,867 2.68% 0
  Independent 1 202 131 1,569 45 26 1,973 1.84% 0
  Eelavar Democratic Front (EROS) 89 393 797 27 88 1,394 1.30% 0
  Tamil United Liberation Front 241 124 625 71 12 1,073 1.00% 0
  Democratic Unity Alliance 229 114 92 32 39 506 0.47% 0
  Democratic National Alliance (JVP et al.) 15 20 230 34 2 301 0.28% 0
  Independent 9 7 145 64 4 42 262 0.24% 0
  Independent 10 19 6 114 5 3 147 0.14% 0
Our National Front 28 9 39 1 9 86 0.08% 0
National Development Front 10 7 31 0 19 67 0.06% 0
  Independent 7 17 0 21 0 24 62 0.06% 0
  Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya 4 8 45 1 0 58 0.05% 0
Janasetha Peramuna 1 4 41 0 1 47 0.04% 0
  Independent 8 0 4 32 0 1 37 0.03% 0
  Independent 2 4 3 25 1 3 36 0.03% 0
  Independent 5 6 0 13 0 13 32 0.03% 0
  Independent 6 8 2 17 1 3 31 0.03% 0
Sri Lanka National Front 0 4 22 1 2 29 0.03% 0
Tamil Makkal Viduthalai Pulikal 7 5 12 0 1 25 0.02% 0
  Independent 12 4 2 11 0 2 19 0.02% 0
  Independent 4 2 0 13 0 1 16 0.01% 0
  Left Liberation Front (LLF, TNLA) 1 1 10 0 1 13 0.01% 0
  Independent 3 0 2 9 0 1 12 0.01% 0
  Independent 11 2 0 4 0 0 6 0.01% 0
Valid Votes 28,191 9,752 44,165 4,376 20,493 106,977 100.00% 6
Rejected Votes 2,168 1,610 4,481 185 1,764 10,208
Total Polled 30,359 11,362 48,646 4,561 22,257 117,185
Registered Electors 85,322 68,729 112,924 266,975
Turnout 35.58% 16.53% 43.08% 43.89%

The following candidates were elected::[19] Risad Badhiutheen (UPFA-ACMC), 27,461 preference votes (pv); Selvam Adaikalanathan (TNA-TELO), 17,366 pv; Vino Noharathalingam (TNA-TELO), 12,120 pv; Sivasakthy Ananthan (TNA-EPRLF), 11,674 pv; Hunais Farook (UPFA-ACMC), 10,851 pv; and Noordeen Mashoor (UNF-SLMC), 9,518 pv.

Noordeen Mashoor (UPFA-SLMC) died on 2 December 2010.[20] His replacement Muthali Bawa Farook (UPFA-SLMC) was sworn in on 5 January 2011.[21]

2013 provincial council election[edit]

Results of the 1st Northern provincial council election held on 21 September 2013:[22][23][24]

Mannar District

Party Mannar Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
  Tamil National Alliance (EPRLF (S), ITAK, PLOTE, TELO, TULF) 31,818 1,300 33,118 62.22% 3
  United People's Freedom Alliance (ACMC, EPDP, SLFP et al.) 14,696 408 15,104 28.38% 1
  Sri Lanka Muslim Congress 4,436 135 4,571 8.59% 1
  United National Party 180 7 187 0.35% 0
Our National Front 87 0 87 0.16% 0
  Democratic Unity Alliance 69 1 70 0.13% 0
  Independent 6 12 1 13 0.02% 0
  Independent 8 13 0 13 0.02% 0
Democratic Party 11 0 11 0.02% 0
  Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna 11 0 11 0.02% 0
Janasetha Peramuna 7 0 7 0.01% 0
Sri Lanka Labour Party 7 0 7 0.01% 0
  Independent 5 6 0 6 0.01% 0
  Independent 4 5 0 5 0.01% 0
  Independent 7 5 0 5 0.01% 0
  Independent 1 3 0 3 0.01% 0
  Independent 3 3 0 3 0.01% 0
Muslim Liberation Front 3 0 3 0.01% 0
  Independent 2 1 0 1 0.00% 0
United Lanka Great Council 1 0 1 0.00% 0
Valid Votes 51,374 1,852 53,226 100.00% 5
Rejected Votes 2,972 17 2,989
Total Polled 54,346 1,869 56,215
Registered Electors 75,737 75,737
Turnout 71.76% 74.22%

Mullaitivu District

Party Mullaitivu Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
  Tamil National Alliance (EPRLF (S), ITAK, PLOTE, TELO, TULF) 27,620 646 28,266 78.56% 4
  United People's Freedom Alliance (ACMC, EPDP, SLFP et al.) 7,063 146 7,209 20.04% 1
  Sri Lanka Muslim Congress 199 0 199 0.55% 0
  United National Party 195 2 197 0.55% 0
  Independent 1 44 0 44 0.12% 0
  Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna 30 0 30 0.08% 0
  Independent 2 10 0 10 0.03% 0
Nationalities Unity Organisation 10 0 10 0.03% 0
United Lanka Great Council 6 0 6 0.02% 0
Janasetha Peramuna 5 0 5 0.01% 0
Democratic Party 1 1 2 0.01% 0
Sri Lanka Labour Party 2 0 2 0.01% 0
United Lanka People's Party 2 0 2 0.01% 0
Valid Votes 35,187 795 35,982 100.00% 5
Rejected Votes 2,815 5 2,820
Total Polled 38,002 800 38,802
Registered Electors 53,683 53,683
Turnout 70.79% 72.28%

Vavuniya District

Party Vavuniya Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
  Tamil National Alliance (EPRLF (S), ITAK, PLOTE, TELO, TULF) 40,324 901 41,225 66.10% 4
  United People's Freedom Alliance (ACMC, EPDP, SLFP et al.) 16,310 323 16,633 26.67% 2
  Sri Lanka Muslim Congress 1,967 24 1,991 3.19% 0
  United National Party 1,704 65 1,769 2.84% 0
  Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna 158 15 173 0.28% 0
  Democratic Unity Alliance 170 0 170 0.27% 0
  Independent 6 155 5 160 0.26% 0
  Independent 3 45 0 45 0.07% 0
Democratic Party 29 12 41 0.07% 0
  Independent 5 34 0 34 0.05% 0
  Independent 1 32 0 32 0.05% 0
  Independent 4 26 0 26 0.04% 0
United Socialist Party 23 0 23 0.04% 0
  Independent 7 21 1 22 0.04% 0
  Independent 2 8 0 8 0.01% 0
United Lanka People's Party 6 0 6 0.01% 0
Sri Lanka Labour Party 3 0 3 0.00% 0
Janasetha Peramuna 2 0 2 0.00% 0
United Lanka Great Council 2 0 2 0.00% 0
Valid Votes 61,019 1,346 62,365 100.00% 6
Rejected Votes 4,391 25 4,416
Total Polled 65,410 1,371 66,781
Registered Electors 94,644 94,644
Turnout 69.11% 70.56%

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