Elections in Comoros

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Elections in Comoros gives information on election and election results in Comoros.

Comoros elects on federal level a head of state - the president - and a legislature. The president is elected for a four-year term by the people. The federal presidency is to take it in turns between the three islands. The Assembly of the Union has 33 seats, 18 elected in single seat constituencies and 15 representatives of the regional assemblies. The existence of political parties in the Comoros is unclear.

Latest elections

2006 Presidential election

e • d Summary of the 16 April and 14 May 2006 Comoros presidential election results
Candidates - Parties Votes in the
Anjouan Primary
% Votes in the Union %
Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi 14,568 23.70 99,112 58.02
Ibrahim Halidi - Movement for the Comoros (Mouvement pour les Comores)* 6,376 10.37 48,378 28.32
Mohamed Djaanfari 8,052 13.10 23,322 13.65
Caabi El-Yachroutu Mohamed 5,877 9.56 - -
Nourdine Midiladji 5,221 8.49 - -
Nassuf Ahmed Abdallah 3,276 5.33 - -
Seven others 18,097 29.44 - -
Total (Turnout 54.9% / 57.3%) 61,467 170,812
Source: African Elections Database
* Halidi was also supported by:

2004 Parliamentary election

e • d Summary of the 18 and 25 April 2004 Assembly of the Union of the Comoros election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Camp of the Autonomous Islands (Camp des Îles Autonomes) . 12
Convention for the Renewal of the Comoros (Convention pour le Renouveau des Comores, CRC, Azali Assoumani) . 6
Representatives of the regional assemblies . 15
Total   33
Source: Voice of America

Past elections

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