Namibian general election, 1994

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General elections were held in Namibia on 4 and 5 December 1994. There were two votes, one for president (the first time a president had been directly elected) and one for the National Assembly. Both elections were won by SWAPO, who won 53 of the 72 seats in the National Assembly, and whose candidate, Sam Nujoma, won the presidential election.

Of the 654,189 registered voters, 497,499 cast votes, giving a turnout of 76.05%.[1]

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Results

Presidential election

Candidate Party Votes %
Sam Nujoma South West Africa People's Organization 370,452 76.34
Mishake Muyongo Democratic Turnhalle Alliance 114,843 26.66
Invalid/blank votes 12,213 -
Total 497,508 100
Source: EISA

National Assembly election

Parties Votes % Seats
South West Africa People's Organization 361,800 73.89 53
Democratic Turnhalle Alliance 101,748 20.78 15
United Democratic Front 13,309 2.72 2
Democratic Coalition of Namibia 4,058 0.83 1
Monitor Action Group 4,005 0.8 1
South West African National Union 2,598 0.53 0
Federal Convention of Namibia 1,166 0.24 0
Workers Revolutionary Party 952 0.19 0
Invalid/blank votes 7,863 - -
Total 497,499 100 72
Source: EISA

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