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National People's Assembly (Guinea-Bissau)

National People's Assembly of Guinea-Bissau
Assembleia Nacional Popular da Guiné-Bissau
Type
Type
Structure
Seats 100 members
Elections
Party-list proportional representation
Last election
April-May 2014
Meeting place
Palácio Colinas de Boé, Bissau
Website
.org.anpguinebissauwww
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Guinea-Bissau

The unicameral National People's Assembly (Portuguese: Assembleia Nacional Popular) is Guinea-Bissau's legislative body.

The current National People's Assembly, formed following elections held on 28 March 2004, has a total of 102 seats. 100 members are elected through a system of party-list proportional representation. The remaining two seats are reserved for Guinea-Bissau citizens living overseas, but they were not filled in the most recent election. Members serve five-year terms.

Current composition

Political party distribution in the current National People's Assembly is as follows:

Fourteen women occupy seats in the National People's Assembly.

Cipriano Cassamá is the president of the assembly.

==Previous National People's Assembly election results
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