Beninese parliamentary election, 1989
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Parliamentary elections were held in Benin on 18 June 1989. At the time, the country was a one-party state under the People's Revolutionary Party of Benin, with voters given the choice of approving the party's list of 206 candidates for the National Revolutionary Assembly (increased from 196 in the 1984 elections) or not. In the election, 89.6% of voters approved the list, with 9.7% voting against. Turnout was 86%.
|Source: Nohlen et al.|