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National Assembly (Togo)

National Assembly
Assemblée nationale
Type
Type
Leadership
Speaker
Structure
Seats 91 members
Political groups
  UNIR: 62 seats
  Independents: 1 seat
  UFC: 3 seats
  Rainbow Alliance: 6 seats
  CST: 19 seats
Length of term
5 years
Elections
Party list proportional representation
Last election
25 July 2013
Meeting place
Lomé
Website
.tg.assemblee-nationalewww


The unicameral National Assembly is Togo's legislative body. It has a total of 91 members who are elected in a party list proportional representation system. Members serve five-year terms.

Following the 2013 parliamentary election, political party distribution in the National Assembly is as follows:


In the previous parliamentary term (2007–2013), party representation was as follows:



Dama Dramani is the current President of the National Assembly (since 2013).

Previous National Assembly election results

Political Party Election Year
1994 1999 2002
Rally of the Togolese People (RPT) 35 79 72
Action Committee for Renewal (CAR) 36 - -
Togolese Union for Democracy (UTD) 7 - -
Union of Justice and Democracy (UJD) 2 - -
Coordination of New Forces (CFN) 1 - -
Rally for the Support of Democracy and Development - - 3
Juvento - - 2
Union for Democracy and Social Progress - - 2
Believers' Movement for Equality and Peace - - 1
Independents - 2 1
Total 81 81 81

See also

External links

  • Official website


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