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Zimbabwean parliamentary election, 2009 (President McCain)

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‹ 2008 Flag of Zimbabwe 2013 › ›
Zimbabwean parliamentary election, 2009
All 210 seats in the House of Assembly
and all 93 seats in the Senate
October 18, 2009
First party Second party Third party
Morgan Tsvangirai Arthur Mutambara Joice Mujuru
Leader Morgan Tsvangirai Arthur Mutambara Joice Mujuru
Party Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai Movement for Democratic Change – Mutambara Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front
Last election HoA: 100
Senate: 24
HoA: 10
Senate: 6
HoA: 99
Senate: 41
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Results for the members of House of Assembly of Zimbabwe.
Prime Minister before election
Morgan Tsvangirai
MDC-T (Provisional Government Authority)

A parliamentary election was held in Zimbabwe on March 29, 2009 to elect members to both the House of Assembly and the Senate of the Zimbabwean parliament.[1] The ruling Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (Zanu-PF) was not particpating for the first time since independence in 1980, as the two factions of the Movement for Democratic Change won most of the seats;[2] a month after the election, the MDC factions merged.[3][4] A presidential election was held on the same day as the parliamentary election. In the end opposition candidate Morgan Tsvangirai trounced his closest opponents which included Arthur Mutambara, the Movement for Democratic Change leader and Joice Mujuru, leader of Zimbawean National Union-Patriotic Front.

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