Nicaragua Presidential National Assembly Election Result 2006 by party candidates, 2006 Nicaragua Presidential Election Result,Nicaragua 2006 National Assembly election winner party votes seats,Nicaraguan Presidential election result

Nicaragua Presidential National Assembly Election Result 2006 by party candidates, 2006 Nicaragua Presidential Election Result,Nicaragua 2006 National Assembly election winner party votes seats,Nicaraguan Presidential election result

Nicaragua held a general election on November 5, 2006. The country's voters went to the polls to elect a new President of the Republic and 90 members of the National Assembly, all of whom will serve five-year terms. Daniel Ortega (FSLN) won the race with 37.99% of the vote, Eduardo Montealegre (ALN) trailing with 28.30%, José Rizo (PLC) with 27.1%, Edmundo Jarquín (MRS) with 6.29%, and Edén Pastora (AC) with just 0.29%.

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 Summary of the 5 November 2006 Nicaragua presidential election results

 

Candidates – Parties Votes %
José Daniel Ortega Saavedra – Sandinista National Liberation Front 8,54,316 38.07
Eduardo Montealegre – Nicaraguan Liberal Alliance 6,50,879 29
José Rizo Castellón – Constitutionalist Liberal Party 5,88,304 26.21
Edmundo Jarquín Calderón – Sandinista Renovation Movement 1,44,596 6.44
Edén Atanacio Pastora Gómez – Alternative for Change 6,120 0.27
Total 22,44,215 100
The source is Consejo Supremo Electoral
National Deputies (91.6% counted)

Summary of the 5 November 2006 Nicaragua National Assembly election results

 

Parties Votes % Seats
Sandinista National Liberation Front (Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional) 8,40,851 37,59 38
Nicaraguan Liberal Alliance (Alianza Liberal Nicaragüense ) 5,97,709 26,72 23
Constitutionalist Liberal Party (Partido Liberal Constitucionalista) 5,92,118 26.47 25
Sandinista Renovation Movement (Movimiento de Renovación Sandinista) 1,94,416 8.69 5
Alternative for Change (Alternativa por el Cambio) 12,053 0.54
Total (turnout  %)   100 92
Source: Elecciones 2006 , 91.6 % counted (?). The seats are from IFES