2001 Gambian presidential election
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Pre-election violence resulted in the death of an unarmed opposition supporter who was shot by a police officer, and several injuries. The government also expelled a British diplomat who had attended an opposition rally.
|Yahya Jammeh||Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction||242,302||52.84|
|Ousainou Darboe||United Democratic Party||149,448||32.59|
|Hamat Bah||National Reconciliation Party||35,671||7.78|
|Sheriff Mustapha Dibba||National Convention Party||17,271||3.77|
|Sidia Jatta||People's Democratic Organisation for Independence and Socialism||13,841||3.02|
|Source: African Elections Database|
- Saine, Abdoulaye (2003). "The presidential election in The Gambia, October 2001". Electoral Studies. 22 (2): 375–381. doi:10.1016/S0261-3794(02)00064-1.
- Gambia election: Candidates' profiles BBC News, 17 October 2001
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