National Assembly of the Central African Republic

National Assembly of the Central African Republic
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The unicameral National Assembly of the Central African Republic is the country's legislative body.

The current National Assembly, formed following elections held on 13 March and 8 May 2005, has a total of 105 members elected in single-member constituencies using the two-round (or Run-off) system. Members serve five-year terms.

Political party distribution in the current National Assembly is as follows:

Notes: The results for one constituency were invalidated due to irregularities; The National Convergence "Kwa Na Kwa" is not a political party, but a coalition of political parties that are supportive of President François Bozizé.

Former Prime Minister (2003-2005) Célestin Le Roi Gaombalet is the current president of the National Assembly.

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