2 edition of Presidential and National Assembly elections in Seychelles, 20-23 July 1993 found in the catalog.
Presidential and National Assembly elections in Seychelles, 20-23 July 1993
Commonwealth Observer Group.
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Get this from a library. The presidential and National Assembly elections in Seychelles, July, [Commonwealth Observer Group.; Commonwealth Secretariat.]. Get this from a library. The Presidential and National Assembly Elections in 20-23 July 1993 book July ; the report of the Commonwealth Observer Group.
[Commonwealth Secretariat.]. In the run up to the presidential and legislative elections that were held on July the Parti Seselwa (PS), Seychelles Christian Democratic Party (SCDP), Seychelles National Movement and the National Alliance Party formed an electoral alliance, the United Opposition (UO.
See Presidential results and National Assembly results for. Duringfree presidential and National Assembly elections were held ending 17 years of single-party rule.
Inin the second presidential race, Didier RATSIRAKA, the leader during the s and s, returned to the presidency. Parliamentary and presidential elections for a permanent government were held at the end of Beji CAID ESSEBSI was elected as the first president under the country's new constitution.
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