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National Assembly (Mali)

National Assembly
Assemblée nationale
Type
Type
Structure
Seats 160 members

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            *FF FF 00 RPM (61) *FF 00 00 ADEMA (20) *7C FC 00 URD (18) *69 69 69 Independent (16) *00 00 00 empty seats (13) *80 00 80 Fare Anka (5) *00 FF FF CODEM (5) *00 64 00 CNID (4) *8B 00 00 SADI (4) *EE E8 AA Alliance for the Solidarity of Mali (4) *00 00 8B PARENA (3) *FF 14 93 Yelema (2)

Elections
Single-member constituency
Meeting place
Bamako
Website
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The unicameral National Assembly of Mali is the country's legislative body.

The current National Assembly, formed following elections held on 14 and 28 July 2002, has a total of 160 members. 147 members are directly elected in single or multi-member constituencies using the Two-Round (or Run-off) system. Malians living abroad are represented by 13 legislators selected in separate polling. All members serve five-year terms.

(Note: Elections were annulled in 8 constituencies due to irregularities)

Controversies

A 2009 amendments to the Malian Family Code was met by huge demonstrations demanding it not be signed, following which President Toure sent the bill back to the parliament.

See also

External links

  • Official site of the National Assembly of Mali (French)
  • Assemblée Nationale at the official site of the President of Mali, including listings of the parliamentary groups and commissions (French)


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