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The National Assembly of Côte d'Ivoire is Côte d'Ivoire's unicameral legislative body. Evolved from semi-representative bodies of the French Colonial period, the first National Assembly was constituted on 27 November 1960 with 70 elected member (députés) in accordance with the Constitution of 31 October 1960, which created the First Republic.

Legislative power in Côte d’Ivoire is exercised by Deputies elected from Constituencies (Circonscriptions) by a Scrutin de Liste or Plurality-at-large voting which has neither a proportional representation or panachage element common in many such systems.[1] The powers of this Assembly expire at the end of its second regular session (session ordinaire) in the fifth year of its mandate. The Assembly is then reformed by election from candidates who must be Ivorian citizens of 25 years or older who have never renounced their Ivorian nationality.[2]

The 1st National Assembly of the Second Republic of Côte d’Ivoire elected for the period 2000-2005 was marked by both internal political crisis and the Ivorian Civil War. No elections were held in 2005, but with the peace deal ending the Civil War, elections are expected on 30 November 2008.[3] The current National Assembly is made up of 225 elected officials, with Mamadou Koulibaly (FPI) as the current president.

e • d  Summary of the 10 December 2000 and 14 January 2001 National Assembly of Côte d'Ivoire election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Ivorian Popular Front (Front populaire ivoirien) . 96
Democratic Party of Côte d'Ivoire (Parti démocratique de la Côte d'Ivoire) . 94
Rally of the Republicans (Rassemblement des républicains) boycott 5
Ivorian Workers' Party (Parti ivoirien des travailleurs) . 4
Union of Democrats of Côte d'Ivoire (Union des Démocrates de Côte d'Ivoire) . 1
Movement of Future Forces (Mouvement des Forces de l'Avenir) . 1
Non-partisans . 22
Vacant . 2
Total (turnout 33.1%) 1,547,798   225
Source: CNE. These elections were boycotted by the Rally of the Republicans (Rassemblement des républicains)

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References

  1. ^ Loi N° 2000-514 du 1er août portant code électoral, article 68.
  2. ^ Loi N° 2000-514 du 1er août portant code électoral, article 71.
  3. ^ Poll expert sees Ivory Coast elections delay. Reuters, Ange Aboa, 04 Aug 2008.
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