Equatorial Guinean legislative election, 1988

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Parliamentary elections were held in Equatorial Guinea on 3 and 10 July 1988. The Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE), established the previous year, was the sole legal party at the time, as an attempt at legalising the opposition Progress Party of Equatorial Guinea in June had failed.[1] The PDGE presented a single list of 60 candidates for the 60 seats, which was reportedly approved by 99.2% of voters.[1]


Party Votes % Seats
Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea 99.2 60
Invalid/blank votes 0.8 -
Total 100 60
Source: Inter-Parliamentary Union


  1. ^ a b Equatorial Guinea: Elections held in 1988 Inter-Parliamentary Union