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Sunday, 27.7.2008: Comparing 2003 Election Results

Posted on 27 July 2008. Filed under: week 570 | Tags: , , |

The Mirror, Vol. 12, No. 570

Please have a look at the results of the 2003 election data – in the Editorial of today.

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Week 570 – 2008-07-27: National Elections 2008 Today

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Week 570 – Sunday,2008-07-27: National Elections 2008 Today

Posted on 27 July 2008. Filed under: *Editorial*, week 570 |

While the results of today’s election will only be known later, we bring here, as a reminder and in order to compare the results as they will come in, some data from the last National Elections in 2003 – based on the official results as published by the National Election Committee [NEC] – the results of the 2008 elections are to be published here.

2003-07-27 National Assembly Elections Results

Political Parties 	# seats won 	# valid votes

CPP                      73                   2,447,259
FUNCINPEC                26                   1,072,313
Sam Rainsy Party         24                   1,130,423
Others 	                  0                     518,842

Total                   123                   5,168,837

More details from 2003 are available here on the web site of the NEC, such as a list of all candidates elected as members of the National Assembly for the 3rd Term (by province, with the names, party affiliation, and age of the elected persons.

Total votes for each party (according to the official results):

2003 Election Results by Parties

2003 Election Results by Parties

Some figures related to the elections 2008 from different resources follow here:

Again 123 seats in the National Assembly are to be filled. There are about 8.1 million voters among the roughly 14 million people of the country.

Eleven political parties – 1,162 candidates – participate in the elections,

Today’s election does not affect the 61 members’ seats in the Senate.

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