Assemblies of the Autonomous Islands of the Comoros

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In March and April 2002, the three islands of the Comoros (Anjouan, Grande Comore, and Mohéli) held and approved new constitutions in referendums. The main points of the constitutions were to establish each island as an autonomous part of the Union of Comoros, along with provisions that created elected local assemblies and presidents.

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