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New Caledonian legislative election, 2004

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Legislative elections for the Congress were held in New Caledonia on 9 May 2004. Although the Rally for Caledonia in the Republic and Future Together both won 16 seats, Future Together's Marie-Noëlle Thémereau became President.

Results

 Summary of the 9 May 2004 Congress of New Caledonia election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Anti-independence Parties
The Rally-UMP (Le Rassemblement-UMP) 21,880 24.43% 16
Future Together (Avenir ensemble) 20,328 22.69% 16
National Front (Front national) 6,684 7.46% 4
Other anti-independence lists 2,971 3.32% 0
Total 51,863 57.91% 36
Nationalist Parties
National Union for Independence-Kanak and Socialist National Liberation Front (Union nationale pour l'indépendance - Front de libération nationale kanak et socialiste) 14,651 16.36% 8
Caledonian Union (Union calédonienne) 10,623 11.86% 7
Other pro-independence lists 3,491 3.90% 0
Union of Pro-Independence Co-operation Committees (Union des comités de la Coopération pour l'Indépendance) 2,864 3.20% 1
Socialist Kanak Liberation (Libération kanak socialiste) 2,575 2.87% 1
Renewed Caledonian Union (Union calédonienne renouveau) 1,587 1.77% 1
'Total 35,791 39.96% 18
Other
Caledonia my country (Calédonie mon pays) 1,908 2.13% 0
Total (turnout 76.44%)     54
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