2001 Seychellois presidential election
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Presidential elections were held in Seychelles on 31 August and 2 September 2001. They were won by the incumbent president, France-Albert René, who beat his nearest rival Wavel Ramkalawan by just under 5,000 votes.
|France-Albert René||Seychelles People's Progressive Front||27,223||54.2|
|Wavel Ramkalawan||Seychelles National Party||22,581||44.9|
|Source: African Elections Database|
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