2002 Gambian parliamentary election
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Parliamentary elections were held in the Gambia on 17 January 2002. They were boycotted by several opposition parties, including the United Democratic Party. As a result, the ruling Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction of President Yahya Jammeh ran unopposed in 33 of the 48 elected seats, and won 12 of the 15 seats in which they had opposition.
In seats where there was a vote, turnout was 56.4%.
|Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction||29,097||51.05||45||+12|
|National Reconciliation Party||11,914||20.90||1||–1|
|People's Democratic Organisation for Independence and Socialism||–||–||2||+1|
|Source: Adam Carr, African Elections Database|
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