2022 Republic of the Congo parliamentary election

2022 Republic of the Congo parliamentary election
Republic of the Congo
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142 of the 151 seats in the National Assembly
76 seats needed for a majority
Party Leader Seats +/–
PCT Denis Sassou Nguesso 112 +16
UPADS Pascal Tsaty Mabiala 7 -1
UDH-Yuki Pascal Ngouanou 7 New
MAR Roland Bouiti-Viaudo 4 0
PRL Nicéphore Fylla de Saint-Eudes 2 +1
Club 2002 Juste Désiré Mondélé 2 +1
DRD Hellot Matson Mampouya 2 -1
RDPS Jean-Pierre Thystère Tchicaya 2 -1
APC Rodrigue Malanda-Samba 1 +1
MUST Claudine Munari 1 +1
MDP Jean-Claude Ibovi 1 New
CPR Aimé Hydvert Mouagni 1 +1
URDP Luc Adamo Mateta 1 New
RC Claude Alphonse Nsilou 1 0
MCDDI Vacant 1 -3
Independents 6 -13
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
President of the National Assembly before President of the National Assembly after
Isidore Mvouba
PCT
Isidore Mvouba
PCT

Parliamentary elections were held in the Republic of the Congo in July 2022, with the first round completed on 10 July. A second round was scheduled for 31 July in constituencies where no candidates were elected in the first round.

Electoral system

Members of the National Assembly are elected in single-member constituencies using the two-round system; if no candidate receives a majority of the votes in the first round, a run-off is held.

Results

First round

It was reported that the ruling Congolese Party of Labour had won 102 of the 142 elected seats in the first round, enough for a supermajority on its own. They also had 14 candidates move on to a run-off. The Pan-African Union for Social Democracy won four seats in the first round, with four candidates moving on to a run-off. The Union of Humanist Democrats won three seats in the first round, with seven candidates moving on to a run-off.

Second round

On 3 August, provisional results published by the Minister of Territorial Administration stated the Congolese Party of Labour had won a total of 111 seats between the two rounds. The Union of Humanist Democrats won four additional seats in their run-offs, bringing their total to seven, while the Pan-African Union for Social Democracy won three of their run-offs, also resulting in a total of seven seats. Turnout in both rounds was reported to be low, although no figure was published by election authorities.

Summary

Republic of the Congo National Assembly 2022.svg
PartySeats+/–
Congolese Party of Labour112+16
Pan-African Union for Social Democracy7–1
Union of Humanist Democrats7New
Action and Renewal Movement40
Republican and Liberal Party2+1
Club 2002 – Party for the Unity and the Republic2+1
Dynamic for the Republic and Recovery2–1
Rally for Democracy and Social Progress2–1
Permanent Action for the Congo1+1
Movement for Unity, Solidarity and Labour1+1
Movement for Democracy and Progress1New
Perspectives and Realities Club1+1
Union for the Reconstruction and Development1New
Citizen Rally10
Movement for Democracy and Integral Development1–3
Independents6–13
Total1510
Source: Africa Elects

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