2001 Cape Verdean parliamentary election
Parliamentary elections were held in Cape Verde on 14 January 2001. The result was a victory for the African Party for the Independence of Cape Verde run by José Maria Neves, which won 40 of the 72 seats in the National Assembly, defeating the ruling Movement for Democracy led by Carlos Veiga. Third was the Democratic Alliance for Change (ADM) led by José dos Santos Luís with 6.12% of the votes.
|African Party for the Independence of Cape Verde||67,860||49.50||40||+19|
|Movement for Democracy||55,586||40.55||30||–20|
|Democratic Alliance for Change||8,389||6.12||2||+1|
|Democratic Renewal Party||4,630||3.38||0||New|
|Social Democratic Party||620||0.45||0||0|
|Source: African Elections Database|