South Vietnamese parliamentary election, 1971
In order to elect members of the House of Representatives, each province and city acted as an electoral district, except the city of Saigon, which was divided into three districts, and the province of Gia Dinh, which was divided into two districts. Voters had as many votes as there were seats to be filled. In single-member districts, this made the electoral system single-member plurality: in districts where there were more than one seat to be filled, this became the multiple non-transferable vote system.
|Source: Nohlen et al.|
Elected candidates by province
|Saigon (District 1)||Ho Ngoc Cu||29,444||20.7|
|Ly Qui Chung||28,797||20.2|
|Nguyen Huu Chung||23,370||16.4|
|Nguyen Trong Nho||17,639||12.4|
|Tran Van Tuyen||17,232||12.1|
|Saigon (District 2)|
|Truong Vi Tri||32,932||28.7|
|Hyunh Ngoc Anh||21,031||18.3|
|Gip A Sang||19,923||17.3|
|Diep Van Hung||18,739||16.3|
|Saigon (District 3)|
|Ho Van Minh||41,977||30.2|
|Vo Van Phat||35,528||25.6|
|Ho Ngoc Nhuan||31,858||22.9|
|Phang Cong Phu||20,331||14.6|
|Source: Public Administration Bulletin Vietnam|
As voters in districts that elected more than one member had more than one vote, percentages may not add up to 100%.
- Dieter Nohlen, Florian Grotz & Christof Hartmann (2001) Elections in Asia: A data handbook, Volume II, p331 ISBN 0-19-924959-8
- Nohlen et al., p337
- "Vietnam Public Administration Bulletin" (PDF). US Agency for International Development. Retrieved 17 May 2016.
- "Vietnam Public Administration Bulletin Number 57" (PDF). US Agency for International Development. Retrieved 17 May 2016.