Guatemalan general election, 1954
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Constituent Assembly elections were held alongside a plebiscite on the presidency of Carlos Castillo Armas in Guatemala on 10 October 1954. A reported 99.92% of voters voted in favour of Armas' presidency, whilst the National Anti-Communist Front won 57 of the 65 seats in the Assembly.
|Parties and alliances||Votes||%||Seats|
|National Anti-Communist Front||57|
|Anti-Сommunist University Students Committee||2|
|Independent Anti-Communist Party of the West||2|
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