Elections in Africa

This page lists the most recent (direct) national elections in African countries.

AlgeriaEdit

AngolaEdit

BeninEdit

BotswanaEdit

Burkina FasoEdit

BurundiEdit

CameroonEdit

Cape VerdeEdit

Central African RepublicEdit

ChadEdit

ComorosEdit

Côte d'IvoireEdit

Democratic Republic of the CongoEdit

DjiboutiEdit

EgyptEdit

Equatorial GuineaEdit

EritreaEdit

Eritrea, since independence, has repeatedly postponed elections.

EthiopiaEdit

GabonEdit

The GambiaEdit

GhanaEdit

GuineaEdit

Guinea-BissauEdit

KenyaEdit

LesothoEdit

LiberiaEdit

LibyaEdit

Libya does not hold elections.

MadagascarEdit

MalawiEdit

MaliEdit

MauritaniaEdit

MauritiusEdit

MoroccoEdit

MozambiqueEdit

NamibiaEdit

NigerEdit

NigeriaEdit

Republic of CongoEdit

RwandaEdit

São Tomé and PríncipeEdit

SenegalEdit

SeychellesEdit

Sierra LeoneEdit

SomaliaEdit

South AfricaEdit

South SudanEdit

SudanEdit

SwazilandEdit

TanzaniaEdit

TogoEdit

TunisiaEdit

UgandaEdit

Western SaharaEdit

ZambiaEdit

ZimbabweEdit

SummaryEdit

Summary of East Africa Elections
Country Presidential Elections (1999–2019) Recent Election Year Next Election Presidential Votes Cast in Last Election Registered Voters
South Sudan 2 2010 2021 2,813,830 4,800,000
Uganda 4 2016 2021 10,329,131 15,277,198
Kenya 4 2017 2022 15,593,050 19,611,423
Tanzania 3 2015 2020 15,596,110 23,161,440
Rwanda 3 2017 2024 6,769,514 6,897,076
Burundi 4 2020 2025 2,826,072 3,848,119
Political Events in African Countries by Region, 1999–2017
Region President/Prime Minsister Parliamentary Elections Peace Treaties Total Countries
Southern Africa 48 33 6 12
Central Africa 24 25 6 8
East Africa 42 35 5 13
West Africa 55 59 0 15
North Africa 18 18 2 6
Total 187 170 19 54

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See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "IEBC: Breakdown of Final 19.6 million registered voters in Kenya, 2017". Kenyayote. 27 June 2017. Retrieved 8 November 2019.
  2. ^ "Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission". www.iebc.or.ke. Retrieved 8 November 2019.
  3. ^ "Observing Sudan's 2010 National Elections" (PDF). The Carter Center. April 2010.
  4. ^ "2021 Uganda's general elections to cost Shs700 billion". dispatch.ug. Retrieved 8 November 2019.
  5. ^ "Elections in South Sudan". africanelections.tripod.com. Retrieved 8 November 2019.

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