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Parliamentary constituencies of Botswana

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Botswana is divided into fifty-seven parliamentary constituencies.

List of constituencies

List of constituencies[1][2]
# Constituency Registered Voters District Current MP Party Headquarters Year Established
1 Chobe 8,942 North-West Shamukuni, RonaldRonald Shamukuni BDP Kasane 2002
2 Maun East 16,774 North-West Markus, KostantinosKostantinos Markus BDP Maun 2002
3 Maun West 18,329 North-West Moremi II, TawanaTawana Moremi II UDC Maun 2002
4 Ngami 18,159 North-West Kwerepe, ThatoThato Kwerepe BDP Sehithwa 2002
5 Okavango 15,243 North-West Arone, BagalatiaBagalatia Arone BCP Shakawe 2002
6 Tati East 11,802 North-East Moyo, GumaGuma Moyo BDP Francistown 2002
7 Tati West 12,507 North-East Butale, BiggieBiggie Butale BDP Masunga 2002
8 Francistown East 10,236 North-East Billy, ButiButi Billy BDP Francistown 2002
9 Francistown West 12,511 North-East Moswaane, MokwalediMokwaledi Moswaane BDP Francistown 2002
10 Francistown South 12,333 North-East Mmolotsi, WynterWynter Mmolotsi UDC Francistown 2002
11 Nata-Gweta 11,009 Central Majaga, PolsonPolson Majaga BDP Sowa 2002
12 Nkange 15,078 Central Batshu, EdwinEdwin Batshu BDP Tutume 2002
13 Shashe West 14,375 Central Molao, FidelisFidelis Molao BDP Mathangwane 2002
14 Tonota 15,428 Central Olopeng, ThapeloThapelo Olopeng BDP Tonota 2002
15 Bobonong 17,558 Central Kgathi, ShawShaw Kgathi BDP Bobonong 2002
16 Mmadinare 13,108 Central Mzwinila, KefentseKefentse Mzwinila BDP Mmadinare 2002
17 Selebi Phikwe East 9,732 Central Molefhi, NonofoNonofo Molefhi BDP Selebi-Phikwe 2002
18 Selebi Phikwe West 10,196 Central Keorapetse, DithapeloDithapelo Keorapetse BCP Selebi-Phikwe 2002
19 Lerala-Maunalala 13,929 Central Maele, PrincePrince Maele BDP Lerala 2002
20 Palapye 15,110 Central Goya, MoiseraelaMoiseraela Goya BDP Palapye 2002
21 Sefhare-Ramokgonami 15,960 Central Makgatho-Malesu, DorcusDorcus Makgatho-Malesu BDP Sefhare 2002
22 Mahalapye East 10,993 Central Tshireletso, BotlogileBotlogile Tshireletso BDP Mahalapye 2002
23 Mahalapye West 14,018 Central Molefe, JosephJoseph Molefe BDP Mahalapye 2002
24 Shoshong 12,400 Central Makgalemele, DikgangDikgang Makgalemele BDP Shoshong 2002
25 Serowe North 13,923 Central Autlwetse, KgotlaKgotla Autlwetse BDP Serowe 2002
26 Serowe West 8,500 Central Khama II, TshekediTshekedi Khama II BDP Serowe 2002
27 Serowe South 13,909 Central Venson-Moitoi, PelonomiPelonomi Venson-Moitoi BDP Serowe 2002
28 Boteti East 11,079 Central Sethomo, LelatisitsweLelatisitswe Sethomo BDP Rakops 2002
29 Boteti West 14,492 Central Tsogwane, SlumberSlumber Tsogwane BDP Letlhakane 2002
30 Mochudi East 20,356 Kgatleng Davids, IsaacIsaac Davids UDC Mochudi 2002
31 Mochudi West 21,146 Kgatleng Mangole, GilbertGilbert Mangole UDC Ntshinoge 2002
32 Gaborone Central 14,054 South-East Butale, PhenyoPhenyo Butale UDC Gaborone 2002
33 Gaborone North 15,178 South-East Nkaigwa, HaskinsHaskins Nkaigwa UDC Gaborone 2002
34 Gaborone South 13,597 South-East Molathegi, KagisoKagiso Molathegi BDP Gaborone 2002
35 Gaborone Bonnington North 16,698 South-East Boko, DumaDuma Boko UDC Gaborone 2002
36 Gaborone Bonnington South 13,811 South-East Gaolathe, NdabaNdaba Gaolathe UDC Gaborone 2002
37 Tlokweng 13,980 South-East Bathobakae, SameSame Bathobakae UDC Tlokweng 2002
38 Ramotswa 20,246 South-East Rantuana, SamuelSamuel Rantuana BCP Ramotswa 2002
39 Mogoditshane 15,451 Kweneng Kgoroba, SedirwaSedirwa Kgoroba UDC Mogoditshane 2002
40 Gabane-Mmankgodi 20,644 Kweneng Mokgware, PiusPius Mokgware UDC Gabane 2002
41 Thamaga-Kumakwane 16,856 Kweneng Mabeo, TshenoloTshenolo Mabeo BDP Thamaga 2002
42 Molepolole North 17,022 Kweneng Khan, Mohammed I.Mohammed I. Khan UDC Molepolole 2002
43 Molepolole South 13,556 Kweneng Kwelagobe, DanielDaniel Kwelagobe BDP Molepolole 2002
44 Lentswaeletau-Mmopane 19,474 Kweneng Mmatli, TlameloTlamelo Mmatli UDC Lentsweletau 2002
45 Letlhakeng-Lephephe 12,772 Kweneng Kablay, LiakatLiakat Kablay BDP Letlhakeng 2002
46 Takatokwane 11,746 Kweneng Ngaka, NgakaNgaka Ngaka BDP Letlhakeng 2002
47 Lobatse 12,991 South-East Kebonang, SadiqueSadique Kebonang BDP Lobatse 2002
48 Goodhope-Mabule 15,874 Southern Mathokgwane, JamesJames Mathokgwane UDC Goodhope 2002
49 Mmathethe-Molapowabojang 19,073 Southern Madigele, AlfredAlfred Madigele BDP Mmathethe 2002
50 Kanye North 18,525 Southern Ralotsia, PatrickPatrick Ralotsia BDP Kanye 2002
51 Kanye South 18,729 Southern Kesupile, AbramAbram Kesupile UDC Kanye 2002
52 Moshupa-Manyana 14,882 Southern Masisi, MokgweetsiMokgweetsi Masisi BDP Moshupa 2002
53 Jwaneng-Mabutsane 15,554 Southern Nthaile, ShawnShawn Nthaile UDC Jwaneng 2002
54 Kgalagadi North 10,102 Kgalagadi Moipisi, ItumelengItumeleng Moipisi BDP Hukuntsi 2002
55 Kgalagadi South 14,280 Kgalagadi Van Der Westhuizen, FransFrans Van Der Westhuizen BDP Tshabong 2002
56 Ghanzi North 9,156 Ghanzi Salakae, NoahNoah Salakae UDC Ghanzi 2002
57 Ghanzi South 10,687 Ghanzi De Graaf, ChristianChristian De Graaf BDP Charles Hill 2002

See also


  1. ^  
  2. ^ Independent Electoral Commission. "General Elections 2014 Parliamentary Results". Archived from the original on 15 November 2014. Retrieved 15 November 2014. 

External links

  • Old map of the constituencies (PDF)
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