National Assembly (Guinea)

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National Assembly
Assemblée nationale
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Type
Type
Structure
Seats 114
Distribution of seats in the Parliament for each party
Political groups
  Guinean People's Assembly: 53 seats
  Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea: 37 seats
  Union of Republican Forces: 10 seats
  Party of Hope for National Development : 2 seats
  Union for the Progress of Guinea : 2 seats
  Rally for the Integral Development of Guinea : 1 seat
  Guinea For All : 1 seat
  Union for Progress and Renewal : 1 seat
  Guinean Union for Democracy and Development : 1 seat
  Work and Solidarity Party : 1 seat
  New Generation for the Republic : 1 seat
  Guinean Party for Renaissance and Progress : 1 seat
  Guinea United for Development : 1 seat
Elections
Last election
28 September 2013
Meeting place
Conakry, Guinea
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The unicameral National Assembly is Guinea's legislative body.

Organisation[edit]

Elections were held on 28 September 2013.[1] The National Assembly that was formed following the 28 September 2013 parliamentary election had a total of 114 members.[1] Claude Kory Kondiano has been President of the National Assembly since January 2014.[2]

76 members were directly elected through a system of proportional representation using national party-lists, while 38 members were elected in single member constituencies using the simple majority (or First-past-the-post) system. Members serve five-year terms.

Party Constituency Proportional Total
seats
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Rally of the Guinean People 1,405,585 47.58 18 1,468,119 46.26 35 53
Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea 711,393 24.08 14 967,173 30.48 23 37
Union of Republican Forces 284,504 9.63 5 222,101 7.00 5 10
Party of Hope for National Development 84,481 2.86 0 81,041 2.55 2 2
Union for the Progress of Guinea 108,321 3.67 1 54,422 1.71 1 2
Rally for the Integral Development of Guinea 62,489 2.12 0 51,287 1.62 1 1
Guinea For All 69,723 2.36 0 46,673 1.47 1 1
Union for Progress and Renewal 71,455 2.42 0 35,633 1.12 1 1
Guinean Union for Democracy and Development 3,890 0.13 0 34,592 1.09 1 1
Work and Solidarity Party 8,806 0.30 0 32,934 1.04 1 1
New Generation for the Republic 35,978 1.22 0 25,538 0.80 1 1
Guinean Party for Renaissance and Progress 3,819 0.13 0 20,759 0.65 1 1
Guinea United for Development 19,814 0.62 1 1
Invalid/blank votes 284,825 182,058
Total 3,311,175 100 38 3,355,442 100 76 114
Registered voters/turnout 5,211,965 63.53 5,212,539 64.37
Source: CENI, CENI (missing constituency results for Boké)


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Guinea's ruling party falls short of majority in legislative vote, Reuters, 19 October 2013, retrieved 26 October 2013 
  2. ^ "Guinée: Claude Kory Kondiano, nouveau président du Parlement", Radio France Internationale, 13 January 2014 (French).

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