Papua New Guinean general election, 1977


Papua New Guinean general election, 1977

General elections were held between June and July 9, 1977 in Papua New Guinea. The elections were held to fill all 109 seats in the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.

Results

*Total electorate: 1,607,635
*Turnout: 970,172 (60.3%)

Related links

* [http://www.binghamton.edu/cdp/era/elections/png77par.html Centre on Democratic Performance Election Results Archive]


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