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National Assembly (Madagascar)

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National Assembly (Madagascar)

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

The Parliament has two chambers. The lower house is the National Assembly (Antenimieram-Pirenena/Assemblée Nationale).

The Assembly has 160 members, elected for a four year term in single-member and two-member constituencies. The constituences are the 116 districts that Madagascar is divided into.

The Senate (Antenimieran-Doholona/Sénat) has 33 members; 22 are elected, one from each district of Madagascar, and 11 more are appointed.

The last election was held on 23 September 2007. The number of deputies was reduced to 127, meaning that very few districts elected more than one member. Each of the six districts in Antananarivo elected two deputies.


  • Results 1
  • Current members 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4


 Summary of the 23 September 2007 National Assembly of Madagascar election results
Parties Votes % Seats
I Love Madagascar (Tiako I Madagasikara, TIM) 105
Fanjava Velogno 2
Antoko Miombona Ezaka 1
Economic Liberalism and Democratic Action for National Recovery (Libéralisme Economique et Action Démocratique pour la Reconstruction Nationale, LEADER–Fanilo) 1
Brun-Ly 1
Fampandrosoana Mirindra 1
Isandra Mivoatsa 1
Liaraike 1
Mayors' Association (Association de Maires) 1
National Wisa Association (Association Nationale Wisa, ANAWI) 1
Vohibato Tapa-kevitsa 1
Independents 11
Total (turnout ? %)   127
Sources: Haute Cour Constitutionelle (main results, 125 seats), Results for two additional seats

Current members

See also

External links

  • Official website

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