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Bangladeshi General Election, 2001

 

BNP won two-third majority in the parliament and won the elections.

Summary of the 1 October 2001 Bangladesh Jatiyo Sangshad election results

Parties Votes % Seats
Bangladesh Nationalist Party (Bangladesh Jatiyatabadi Dal) 23,074,714 41.40 193
Bangladesh Awami League 22,310,276 40.02 62
Jatiya Party (Ershad)

  • Includes candidates of the Islamic National Unity Front (Islami Jatiya Oikya Front)
4,023,962 7.22 14
Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh 2,385,361 4.28 17
Jatiya Party (Naziur) 521,472 0.94 4
Islami Oikya Jote 312,868 0.56 2
Krishak Shramik Janata League 261,344 0.47 2
Jatiya Party (Manju) 243,617 0.44 1
Non-partisan and others 2,262,045 4.06 6
vacant 2
Total (turnout 74.9 %) 55,728,162 100.0 300
Rejected votes 441,871
Total votes 56,169,233
Registered voters 74,951,319

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