Bangladeshi general election, 1991


Bangladeshi general election, 1991

General elections were held in Bangladesh on 27 February 1991. 300 single-seat constituencies for the Jatiyo Sangshad were contested by 2,787 candidates representing 75 parties and including 424 independents.

Results

*Number of polling stations: 24,154
*Number of polling booths: 11,277
*Number of polling officers: 360,985


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