1960 Cameroonian constitutional referendum

A constitutional referendum was held in Cameroon on 21 February 1960. The new constitution would make the country a federal presidential republic with a unicameral federal parliament.[1] It was passed by 60% of voters with a 75.5% turnout.

ResultsEdit

Choice Votes %
For 797,498 60.03
Against 531,075 39.97
Invalid/blank votes 9,605
Total 1,338,178 100
Registered voters/turnout 1,771,969 75.5
Source: African Elections Database

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Elections in Cameroon African Elections Database