2002 Malagasy parliamentary election

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Parliamentary elections were held in Madagascar on 15 December 2002. They were won by the Tiako I Madagasikara party of President Marc Ravalomanana, which took 103 of the 160 seats. Voter turnout was 67.86% of the 5,844,564 registered voters.[1]

Results[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/-
Tiako I Madagasikara 1,325,743 34.30 103 New
National Union 339,599 8.79 22 New
AREMA 189,539 4.90 3 -60
Economic Liberalism and Democratic Action for National Recovery 126,789 3.28 2 -14
Rebirth of the Social Democratic Party 75,896 1.96 5 New
Toamasina Tonga Saina 2 New
United Popular Forces 1 New
Independents 22 -10
Invalid/blank votes 101,031 - - -
Total 3,966,287 160 +10
Source: EISA

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