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General Assembly of Uruguay

General Assembly of Uruguay
Asamblea General de Uruguay
Type
Type
Houses Chamber of Deputies
Chamber of Senators
Seats 130 members
99 deputies
31 senators
Elections
Proportional representation
Meeting place
Palacio Legislativo, Montevideo
Website
.uy.gub.parlamentowww
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Uruguay
Foreign relations

The General Assembly of Uruguay (Asamblea General) has two chambers.

Latest elections

 Summary of the 26 October 2014 General Assembly of Uruguay election
and the 30 November 2014 presidential election run-off.
Party or coalition
Presidential candidate
First round (General election) Second round
(Presidential runoff)
Votes % Seats
Chamber +/– Senate +/– Votes %
Broad Front
Tabaré Vázquez
1,134,187 49.45 50 0 15 –1 1,226,105 56.63
National Party
Luis Alberto Lacalle Pou
732,601 31.94 32 +2 10 +1 939,074 43.37
Colorado Party
Pedro Bordaberry
305,699 13.33 13 –4 4 –1
Independent Party
Pablo Mieres
73,379 3.20 3 +1 1 +1
Popular Assembly
Gonzalo Abella
26,869 1.17 1 +1 0 0
Partido Ecologista Radical Intransigente
César Vega
17,835 0.78 0 N/A 0 N/A
Workers' Party
Rafael Fernández
3,218 0.14 0 N/A 0 N/A
Total 2,372,117 100 99 0 30 0 2,321,230 100
Invalid/blank votes 78,329 156,051
Registered voters/turnout 2,620,791 90.51 2,620,791 88.57
Source: Corte Electoral, Buenos Aires Herald

See also

External links

  • Official website


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