Legislative elections in Taiwan

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The election of the Legislative Yuan of Taiwan, is a direct election by the citizens of Taiwan. Legislative Yuan is the unicameral legislatures of the country. Currently there are 113 seats of Legislative Yuan, all seats are open for elections. In those seats, 73 are directly elected in local single-member districts, 6 are directly elected by Taiwanese aborigines and the remaining 34 are elected by party-list proportional representation. The most recent election took place on January 16, 2016 together with the presidential election.

List of Legislative Yuan elections in Taiwan[edit]

Order Year Seats Main article
1st supp. 1969 11 Taiwan legislative election, 1969
1st supp. 1972 51 Taiwan legislative election, 1972
2nd supp. 1975 52 Taiwan legislative election, 1975
3rd supp. 1980 97 Taiwan legislative election, 1980
4th supp. 1983 98 Taiwan legislative election, 1983
5th supp. 1986 100 Taiwan legislative election, 1986
6th supp. 1989 130 Taiwan legislative election, 1989
2nd 1992 161 Taiwan legislative election, 1992
3rd 1995 164 Taiwan legislative election, 1995
4th 1998 225 Taiwan legislative election, 1998
5th 2001 225 Taiwan legislative election, 2001
6th 2004 225 Taiwan legislative election, 2004
7th 2008 113 Taiwan legislative election, 2008
8th 2012 113 Taiwan legislative election, 2012
9th 2016 113 Taiwan general election, 2016

List of National Assembly elections in Taiwan[edit]

The National Assembly was another legislature organ in Taiwan. Following the constitutional reforms in the 1990s, it was streamlined in 2000 and fully defunct in 2005.

Order Year Seats Main article
1st supp. 1969 15 Taiwan legislative election, 1969
1st supp. 1972 53 Taiwan legislative election, 1972
2nd supp. 1980 100 Taiwan legislative election, 1980
3rd supp. 1986 100 Taiwan legislative election, 1986
2nd 1991 325 Taiwan National Assembly election, 1991
3rd 1996 334 Taiwan National Assembly election, 1996
ad hoc 2005 300 Taiwan National Assembly election, 2005

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