Seychellois parliamentary election, 2011
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The Seychelles National Party, the main opposition party, had decided to boycott the election, in protest of the government's failure to revise electoral laws about the amount of money parties can spend on campaigning. The ruling People's Party won the election with just shy of 89% of the votes. The opposition Popular Democratic Movement, formed by former members of the SNP, only secured less than 11% of all votes and said that it would contest the outcome in court. The voter turnout was 74.3%; invalid votes were very high, at 31.87% of all votes cast.
|People's Party (Seychelles)||31,123||88.56%||25||+7||6||+1||31||+8|
|Popular Democratic Movement||3,828||10.89%||0||—||0||—||0||—|
|Total (valid votes; turnout 74.3%)||35,145||100.00%||25||—||6||–3||31||–3|
|Source: African Elections Database|
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