South Sudanese general election, 2010

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Regional elections were held in South Sudan between 11 and 15 April 2010 as part of the Sudanese general elections. The result was a victory for Salva Kiir of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement, who received almost 93% of the vote.[1]

Results[edit]

President[edit]

Candidate Party Votes %
Salva Kiir Sudan People's Liberation Movement 2,616,613 92.99%
Lam Akol Sudan People's Liberation Movement - Democratic Change 197,217 7.01%
Total 2,813,830 100.00%
Sources: Sudan Tribune

Votes by State[edit]

Results by state.
Salva Kiir
SPLM
Lam Akol
SPLM-DC
Margin Total Votes
State #  % #  % #  % #
W. Bahr el Ghazal 137,070 90.51% 14,369 9.49% 151,439
Lakes 247,586 97.73% 5,740 2.27% 253,326
N. Bahr el Ghazal 256,208 97.10% 7,656 2.90% 263,864
Warrap 522,126 99.61% 2,046 0.39% 524,172
Unity 149,128 81.46% 33,932 18.54% 183,060
Jonglei 234,897 93.82% 15,486 6.18% 250,383
Upper Nile 199,296 74.75% 67,309 25.25% 266,605
C. Equatoria 227,151 89.29% 27,258 10.71% 254,409
E. Equatoria 487,090 98.02% 9,831 1.98% 496,921
W. Equatoria 156,061 91.99% 13,590 8.01% 169,651
Sources: National Electoral Commission

Legislative Assembly[edit]

Party Votes % Seats
Sudan People's Liberation Movement 160
Sudan People's Liberation Movement - Democratic Change 2
National Congress 1
Independents 7
Total 170
Source: African Elections Database

References[edit]

  1. ^ FACTBOX: Sudan presidential election results Sudan Tribune, 27 April 2010