2014 national electoral calendar

This national electoral calendar for 2014 lists the national/federal direct elections that were held in 2014 in all sovereign states and their dependent territories. By-elections are excluded, though national referendums are included.

2014 national electoral calendar
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Countries with national elections or referendums:
  Executive
  Legislative
  Executive and Legislative
  Referendum
  Executive and Referendum
  Legislative and Referendum
  Executive, Legislative and Referendum
  Legislative and Judicial
  Executive, Legislative, Judicial and Referendum
  Constitutional Assembly and Legislative

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The following indirect elections of heads of state and the upper houses of bicameral legislatures took place through votes in elected lower houses, unicameral legislatures, or electoral colleges:

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ReferencesEdit

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