1999 Elections

1999 Elections

The following elections occurred in the year 1999.

  • Beninese parliamentary election, 1999
  • Bolivian municipal election, 1999
  • Fijian general election, 1999
  • Guatemalan general election, 1999
  • Indonesian legislative election, 1999
  • Kazakhstani legislative election, 1999
  • Malaysian general election, 1999
  • Niuean general election, 1999
  • Salvadoran presidential election, 1999
  • Tongan general election, 1999
  • Yemeni presidential election, 1999

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... Prior to the 1999 elections the party changed its name to the Centre Party ... Mordechai was also a candidate in the direct election for prime minister but dropped out before the ballot when it became clear that Ehud Barak was rapidly rising in the polls ... In elections to the Knesset itself the Centre Party took roughly 5% of the vote, enough for 6 seats ...

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