1963 Republic of the Congo constitutional referendum

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A constitutional referendum was held in the Republic of the Congo on 8 December 1963. The new constitution created a one-party state and set the presidential term limit at two terms. It was approved by 86% of voters, with a 91.7% turnout.[1]


Choice Votes %
For 419,893 86.1
Against 67,825 13.9
Invalid/blank votes 6,561
Total 494,279 100
Registered voters/turnout 539,219 91.7
Source: African Elections Database


  1. ^ Elections in Congo-Brazzaville African Elections Database

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