Vietnamese parliamentary election, 2011
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According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, there were 827 candidates. 31.4% were women, 14.3% were not members of the Communist Party, 16.1% were members of ethnic minorities and 22.1% were candidates running for reelection.
Of the 500 MPs elected, 333 were first-time MPs, four were self-nominated. Almost all of them had at least a bachelor's degree; 15.6% were from ethnic minorities, 24.4% were women, and 8.4% were not members of the Communist Party. Voter turnout was 99.51%, with the northern mountain provinces of Lai Châu, Hà Giang, Hòa Bình and Lạng Sơn reporting a turnout of 99.99%.
|Parties and coalitions||Seats||+/–|
|Vietnamese Fatherland Front (Mặt Trận Tổ Quốc Việt Nam)||Communist Party of Vietnam (Đảng Cộng sản Việt Nam)||458||+8|
|Total parliamentary seats||500||+7|
|Sources: Central Election Council|
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- "Election results for NA and People’s Council deputies announced". Voice of Vietnam. 3 June 2011. Retrieved 11 April 2011.
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