Rwandan parliamentary election, 1988
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Parliamentary elections were held in Rwanda on 26 December 1988. At the time the country was still a one-party state, with the National Revolutionary Movement for Development as the sole legal party. The Legislative Assembly was enlarged from 64 to 70 seats, with 139 candidates contesting the election. Twenty-six MPs lost their seats to challengers, whilst voter turnout was 98.5%.
|National Revolutionary Movement for Development||2,701,682||100||70||0|
|Source: Inter-Parliamentary Union|
- Rwanda: Elections held in 1988 Inter-Parliamentary Union