2018 Comorian constitutional referendum

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Comorian constitutional referendum, 2018
Location Comoros
Date30 July 2018
Votes %
Yes 155,734 92.34%
No 12,925 7.66%
Valid votes 168,659 89.36%
Invalid or blank votes 20,091 10.64%
Total votes 188,750 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 301,006 62.71%
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A constitutional referendum was held in the Comoros on 30 July 2018. The constitutional amendments proposed would remove the presidential term limits and requirement for the presidency to rotate between the three main islands. Following the approval of the amendments by 92% of voters, President Azali Assoumani will be allowed to run for another five-year term in a vote moved forward to 2019 instead of 2021.[1]


Choice Votes %
Yes 155,734 92.34
No 12,925 7.66
Invalid/blank votes 20,091
Total 188,750 100
Registered voters/turnout 301,006 62.71
Source: Government of the Comoros