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The unicameral House of People's Representatives of Equatorial Guinea is the country's legislative body.

The current House of People's Representatives, formed following the parliamentary election held on 25 April 2004, has a total of 100 members who are directly elected though a system of party-list proportional representation. Members serve five-year terms.

e • d  Summary of the 25 April 2004 Chamber of People's Representatives election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (Partido Democrático de Guinea Ecuatorial) 99,892 49.4 68
Democratic Opposition in alliance with PDGE 85,822 42.4 30
Convergence for Social Democracy (Convergencia para la Democracia Social) 12,202 6.0 2
Total (turnout 96%) (boycotted by the majority of the opposition) 202,269   100
Source: African Elections

Fourteen women occupy seats in the House of People's Representatives.

Salomón Nguema Owono is the current president of the House of People's Representatives.

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