14 November 2011 2:38 pm | | 6


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The final results of Tunisia’s Constituent Assembly elections were announced today by the High Authority of the Elections, Tunisia’s electoral monitoring and organizing committee.

Among the 8.289.900 eligible voters in both Tunisia and abroad, some 4.308.800 people registered, representing 51.7% of the total number of potential voters.

Only 68.2% of the votes (2.762.855 votes) went towards seats in the constituent assembly. They are split between 17 political parties’ lists, 32 independent lists and one coalition’s list. The remaining 1.290.293 votes were cast for parties or lists that did not receive enough votes to gain seats in their given district.

The number of seats in the constituent assembly will be divided between parties, independent lists and coalition lists as follows:

Political Parties:

Name of the party’s list Number of seats Total number of votes
Ennahda Party 89 1500649
Congress for the Republic CPR 29 341549
Ettakatol 20 248686
Progressive Democratic Part PDP 16 111067
Al Moubadara 5 97489
Afek Tounes 4 29336
The revolutionary Alternative (PCOT) 3 11891
Echaab Movement 2 13979
Social Democrats Movement MDS 2 8230
Maghrebine Liberal Party PLM 1 6621
Equality and Justice Party 1 6098
Progressive Struggle Party 1 5860
The New Destourian Party 1 5826
The Democratic Social People’s Party 1 5643
Cultural Unionist People’s Party 1 5219
Free Patriotic Union UPL 1 4456
National Democrats Movement 1 3599

Independent lists:

Name of the independent list number of seats Total number of votes
Aridha Chaabia 26 252025
Voice of the Independent 1 13432
The Independent 1 11980
For a Tunisian National Front 1 7421
The Hope 1 6022
The Faith 1 5070
Social Struggle 1 4749
Equity 1 4232
Faith to the martyrs 1 2540

Coalition list:

Name of the coalition list Number of seats Total number of votes
Modernist Democratic Pole PDM 5 49186

 

 

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