Papua New Guinean general election, 1997

Papua New Guinean general election, 1997

General elections were held between 14-28 June, 1997 in Papua New Guinea. The elections were held to fill all 109 seats in the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.


*Total electorate: 3,414,072
*Turnout: 2,244,531 (65.7%)

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* [ Centre on Democratic Performance Election Results Archive]

General elections were held between 13-27 June, 1992 in Papua New Guinea. The elections were held to fill all 109 seats in the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.

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