2020 Azerbaijani parliamentary election
Parliamentary elections were held in Azerbaijan on 9 February 2020. They were originally scheduled to take place in November 2020, but were brought forward after parliament was dissolved in December 2019. Opposition parties accused President Ilham Aliyev of limiting their ability to campaign, and called for a boycott of the election.
125 seats in the National Assembly
63 seats needed for a majority
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
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A total of 1,314 candidates contested the elections; 1,057 ran as independents, with 246 running as candidates of 19 different parties and 11 as nominees of initiative groups.
|New Azerbaijan Party||72||+3|
|Civic Solidarity Party||3||+1|
|Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party||1||0|
|Great Order Party||1||0|
|Party for Democratic Reforms||1||0|
|Civic Unity Party||1||0|
|Azerbaijan Democratic Enlightenment Party||1||0|
|Azerbaijan Social Prosperity Party||0||–1|
|National Revival Movement Party||0||–1|
|Social Democratic Party||0||–1|
|Source: OC Media|
- Azerbaijan to hold snap parliamentary election on February 9 Al Jazeera, 5 December 2019
- "Azerbaijan's Ruling Party Calls For Dissolution Of Parliament". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty. Retrieved 2019-12-02.
- Electoral system IPU
- Exit poll suggests ruling YAP party leads in parliamentary election Azernews, 10 February 2020
- Single Azerbaijani opposition member to make it into parliament criticised for accepting mandate JAM News, 11 February 2020
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