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The unicameral National Assembly of Mali is the country's legislative body.

The current National Assembly, formed following elections held on 14 and 28 July 2002, has a total of 160 members. 147 members are directly elected in single or multi-member constituencies using the Two-Round (or Run-off) system. Malians living abroad are represented by 13 legislators selected in separate polling. All members serve five-year terms.

e • d  Summary of the 1 July and 22 July 2007 Malian parliamentary election results
Parties Votes % Seats
1st round
2nd round
Alliance for Democracy and Progress (ADP) Alliance for Democracy in Mali (ADEMA) 9 42 51
Union for the Republic and Democracy (URD) 3 31 34
Patriotic Movement for Renewal (MPR) 0 8 8
National Congress for Democratic Initiative (CNID) 0 7 7
Union for Democracy and Development (UDD) 0 3 3
Movement for the Independence, Renaissance, and Integration of Africa (MIRIA) 0 2 2
Party for Solidarity and Progress (PSP) 0 2 2
Alternation Bloc for Renewal, Integration, and African Cooperation (BARICA) 0 2 2
Bloc for Democracy and African Integration (BDIA) 0 1 1
Citizens' Party for Revival (PCR) 0 1 1
National Rally for Democracy (RND) 1 0 1
Sudanese Union-African Democratic Rally (US-RDA) 0 1 1
Front for Democracy and the Republic (FDR) Rally for Mali (RPM) 0 11 11
Party for National Rebirth (PARENA) 0 4 4
African Solidarity for Democracy and Independence (SADI) 0 4 4
Independents 0 15 15
Representatives of Malians living abroad 13 13
Total (turnout 33.39% in first round) 13 134 13 160
Source: Les Echos, Panapress, L'Essor

(Note: Elections were annulled in 8 constituencies due to irregularities)



Below is a list of office-holders:

Name Entered office Left office
Mahamane Alassane Haidara 1960 1968
Mady Sangaré 1979 1982
Sidiki Diarra 1982 1991
Aly Nouhoum Dially 1991 2002
Ibrahim Boubacar Kéita September 16, 2002 2007
Dioncounda Traoré September 3, 2007 Present


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