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Bangladeshi General Election, 2014

 

The Awami League was declared victors in 127 of the 154 uncontested seats by default on 5 January 2014. Of the remaining uncontested seats, the Jatiya Party led by Rowshan Ershad won 20, the JSD won three, the Workers Party won two and the Jatiya Party (Manju) won one.

As a result of violence and the opposition boycott voter turnout was 22%. Results of 139 seats out of 147 were released, with the Awami League winning 105, the Jatiya Party winning 13, the Workers Party winning four, the JSD winning two and the Tarikat Federation and BNF winning one each. The remaining 8 constituencies election were suspended due to violence and re-election to be held. The newly elected MPs were sworn in on 9 January.

Party Votes % Seats ±
Awami League 36,173,883 79.14 234 +1
Jatiya Party (Ershad) 5,167,698 11.31 34 +10
Workers Party 939,581 2.06 6 +4
Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal 798,644 1.75 5 +2
Jatiya Party (Manju) 0.3 2 +2
Bangladesh Tarikat Federation 0.3 2 +2
Bangladesh Nationalist Front 0.3 1 +1
Independents 4.7 15 +13
Repoll ordered 1
Invalid/blank votes 1,551,585
Total 47,262,168 100 300 0
Registered voters/turnout 92,007,113 51.37
Sources: Parliament of Bangladesh

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