Electoral chronology

Datesort ascending Type Observations Results
Oct 13 2019 Presidential Second Round. First round of the polls was held on September 15th See
Oct 06 2019 Legislative See
Sep 15 2019 Presidential The date have been changed after President Essebsi's passing See
May 06 2018 Local First local elections in the democratic period, delayed until march 2018 See
Nov 23 2014 Presidential Béji Caid Essebsi was elected President on a second round, defeating incumbent president Moncef Marzouki See
Oct 26 2014 Legislative Three years after Constituent Elections, tunisians are called back to the polls See
Oct 23 2011 Constituent First elections after fall of Ben Ali, held to elect 217 member Constituent Assembly. Turnout 51%. Elections judged largely free & fair. See
Oct 25 2009 Legislative Elections for enlarged 214-member Chamber of Deputies. Voting age lowered from 20 to 18 years. Official turnout: 89.4%. RCD won all 161 constituency seats, six parties shared remaining 53 proportional list seats. 59 women elected. See
Oct 25 2009 Presidential Ben Ali reelected for 5th term with 89.6% of popular vote. Three other candidates shared remaining 10% of vote. Official turnout 89.4%. Elections neither free nor fair. See
Oct 24 2004 Legislative Elections for 189 seat legislative assembly. Official turnout: 91.4%. RCD won all 152 constituency seats, five parties shared remaining 37 proportional list seats. 43 women elected. Elections neither free nor fair. See