1989 People's Republic of the Congo parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in the People's Republic of the Congo on 24 September 1989. The country was a one-party state at the time, with the Congolese Party of Labour (PCT) as the sole legal party. A list of 133 candidates for the 133 seats in the People's National Assembly was put to a vote, although not all members on the list were PCT members. The list received 870,460 votes against 29,897 spoilt ballot papers, with a voter turnout of 89.6%.


Congolese Party of Labour870,460100.00133–20
Valid votes870,46096.68
Invalid/blank votes29,8973.32
Total votes900,357100.00
Registered voters/turnout1,004,32089.65
Source: Inter-Parliamentary Union

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