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Iranian legislative election, 1988

Iranian legislative election, 1984
Iran
1984 ←
8 April 1988/ 13 May 1988
→ 1992

All 270 seats to the Islamic Consultative Assembly
136 seats were needed for a majority
  First party Second party
 
Leader Mehdi Karroubi Mohammad-Reza Mahdavi Kani
Party ACC CCA
Alliance Lefts Rights
Last election - 262
Seats won 161 88

Prime Minister before election

Mir-Hossein Mousavi
Independent

Elected Prime Minister

Mir-Hossein Mousavi
Independent

The third National Consultative Assembly elections after Iranian Revolution was held on 8 April 1988 and the first meeting was held on 29 May 1988. Parliament Speaker was Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani until his election as president. Then Mehdi Karroubi became the Speaker.The deputy speakers were Hossein Hashemian and Asadollah Bayat-Zanjani. The number of members who were of clerical origin was 77.[1]

In this period and after revision of the constitution, the name of the National Consultative Assembly officially changed to the Islamic Consultative Assembly.

e • d Summary of the April 8, 1988 Majlis of Iran election results
Orientiation of candidates Votes % Seats % of Seats
Lefts 161
Rights 88
Independents 21
Total (Turnout around 59.72%) 100 270 100
Source: IPU

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