Guinea-Bissau parliamentary election 2019 Results Voting Live
Guinea-Bissau parliamentary election Dates 2019
Guinea-Bissau parliamentary election Date: 10 March 2019
Legislative elections are expected to be held in Guinea-Bissau on 10 March 2019. They were scheduled for 18 November 2018 following an ECOWAS brokered an agreement between President José Mário Vaz and the opposition in April 2018, but the electoral census will not be completed until 20 November, and Prime Minister Aristides Gomes has proposed 16 December, 30 December, or 27 January 2019 as possible alternative election dates. The elections were scheduled for 10 March 2019 according to a presidential decree issued in December 2018.
Guinea-Bissau parliamentary election Voting Live 2019
1. The Guinea-Bissau parliamentary election 2019 will be held on 10 March 2019.
2. Security Council calls for free, fair elections in Guinea-Bissau.
3. 2019: FG assures EU observers of the credible elections.
The Electoral system of Guinea-Bissau
The 102 members of the National People's Assembly are elected by two methods; 100 are elected using closed-list proportional representation from 27 multi-member constituencies, whilst two are elected from single-member constituencies representing expatriate citizens in Africa and Europe.
Guinea-Bissau Parties and leaders
Guinea-Bissau past election results
|Candidate||Party||First round||Second round|
|José Mário Vaz||PAIGC||257,572||40.89||364,394||61.92|
|Nuno Gomes Nabiam||Independent||156,163||24.79||224,089||38.08|
|Abel Incanda||Party for Social Renewal||43,890||6.97|
|Mamadú Iaia Djaló||New Democracy Party||28,535||4.53|
|Ibraima Sory Djaló||National Reconciliation Party||19,497||3.10|
|Antonio Afonso Té||Republican Party for Independence and Development||18,808||2.99|
|Helder Vaz Lopes||Independent||8,888||1.41|
|Aregado Mantenque Té||Workers' Party||7,269||1.15|
|Cirilo Rodrigues de Oliveira||Socialist Party||2,070||0.33|