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2020 Elections Calendar

2020 Elections Calendar

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January 01, 2020 to December 31, 2020


 


COUNTRY


TYPE OF ELECTION


TENTATIVE DATE


RUN-OFF


1.      


Comoros


Parliamentary


19 January


23 February


2.      


Cameroon


Parliamentary


9 February


 


3.      


Togo


Presidential


22 February


 


4.      


Guinea


Parliamentary


22 March


 


Presidential


18 October (TBC)


5.      


Mali


Parliamentary


29 March


19 April


6.      


Burundi


General


20 May


19 June


7.      


Malawi


Presidential


02 July


 


8.      


Egypt


Parliamentary (Senate)


August


September


9.      


Seychelles


Presidential


22-24 October


 


10.   


Tanzania


General


28 October


 


11.   


Cote d’Ivoire


Presidential


31st October


 


12.   


Burkina Faso


General


22 November


 


13.   


Ghana


Presidential


7 December


 


14.   


Central African Republic


General


27 December


14 February 2021


15.   


Niger


General


27 December


 


16.   


Somalia


General


December


 


17.   


Ethiopia


Parliamentary


Postponed


 

Topic Resources

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October 20, 2020

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October 20, 2020

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October 20, 2020

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