By-elections are held to fill a seat in Myanmar’s three legislative houses that has become vacant after holding the General Elections. Since August 2016, a total of 19 seats became vacant in Myanmar’s three legislative bodies. Vacancies occurred because members of parliament that were elected in the 2015 elections were either appointed to ministerial positions, or are now deceased. Additionally, the 2017 by-elections will also include two constituencies, Monshu and Kyiethy in Shan State where elections were cancelled in 2015 due to security concerns.
There will be a total of 19 contested elections across 8 states and regions and includes 22 townships. The amount of seats contested in the by-election per each legislative assembly includes 9 seats in the Pyithu Hluttaw, 3 seats in the Amyotha Hluttaw, and 7 seats in 2,032,536 registrants.
To download the scan version and the csv (open data format) of the results, click on the icons placed on the top of each constituency results.