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Elections in New Caledonia

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
New Caledonia

Elections in New Caledonia gives information on election and election results in New Caledonia.

New Caledonia elects a legislature. The Territorial Congress (Congrès Territorial) has 54 members, being the members of the three regional councils, all elected for a five-year term by proportional representation. New Caledonia has a multi-party system, with multiple strong parties.

Latest election

 Summary of the 11 May 2014
Territorial Congress of New Caledonia election results
Party Votes % Seats +/–
Caledonia Together 24,863 23.31 13 +8
The Rally–UMP (Front for Unity) 13,649 12.79 7 –6
Caledonian UnionFLINKS 13,602 12.75 9
Union for Caledonia in France 12,539 11.75 6 New
Build Our Rainbow Nation 12,289 11.52 6 New
National Union for Independence 8,876 8.32 6
Labour Party 3,678 3.45 1 –2
National Front 2,706 2.54 0 0
One Province for All (in coalition with Caledonia Together) 2,561 2.40 2 New
North Province Agreement (in coalition with Front for Unity) 2,191 2.05 1 New
Convergence Country 2,190 2.05 0 New
Party of Kanak Liberation 2,053 1.92 1
Aboriginal Dynamic 1,566 1.47 1 New
Union for Building the Loyalty Islands 1,564 1.47 1 New
The Other Voice 939 0.88 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 1,410
Total 106,650 100 54 0
Registered voters/turnout 152,457 69.95
Source: New Caledonia Government


Past elections and referendums

See also


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