Elections in the Maldives
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Elections in Maldives gives information on election and election results in the Maldives.
The Assembly (Majlis) has 88 members . All members are elected directly for a term of five years from 88 single-member constituencies.
- 1 Latest elections
- 2 Past elections
- 3 See also
- 4 References
- 5 External links
2019 parliamentary election
2018 presidential election
2014 parliamentary election
2013 presidential election
2011 local council election
2009 parliamentary election
2008 presidential election
|Party||Candidate||Running mate||First round||Second round|
|Democratic-Alliance||Mohamed Nasheed||Mohammed Waheed Hassan||44,293||24.91%||97,222||53.65%|
|Dhivehi Rayyithunge||Maumoon Abdul Gayoom (inc.)||Ahmed Thasmeen Ali||71,779||40.34%||82,121||45.32%|
|Independent||Hassan Saeed||Ahmed Shaheed||29,633||16.67%|
|Republican||Qasim Ibrahim||Ahmed Ali Sawaad||27,056||15.22%|
|Islamic Democratic||Umar Naseer||Ahmed Rizwy||2,472||1.39%|
|Social Liberal||Ibrahim Ismail||Fathimath Nahid Shakir||1,382||0.77%|
|Invalid or blank votes||1,235||0.69%||1,861||1.03%|
2005 parliamentary election
- "Presidential Election 2008 Final Results" (PDF) (in Divehi). Elections Commission of the Republic of Maldives. 2008-10-14. Retrieved 2008-10-15.
- "Presidential Election 2008 Final Results (Runoff)" (PDF) (in Divehi). Elections Commission of the Republic of Maldives. 2008-11-01. Retrieved 2008-11-02.
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