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Nicaraguan general election, 2001


Nicaraguan general election, 2001

General elections were held in Nicaragua to elect a president and parliament on November 4, 2001.


  • Presidential election 1
    • Results 1.1
  • Parliamentary election 2
    • Results 2.1

Presidential election

Daniel Ortega lost his third successive presidential election, being beaten by Enrique Bolaños of the Constitutionalist Liberal Party.


Parliamentary election

The Constitutionalist Liberal Party also won the parliamentary elections, taking over half the vote and 48 of the 92 seats.


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