Mali: 2007 Presidential election results

Updated June 2020

The first round of the election took place on 29 April 2007 and, since Amadou Touré won an absolute majority, no second round was necessary (Nunley 2012).

Voting statistics

Registered Voters 6 884 352
Ballots cast 2 494 846
% Turnout 36.24
Valid Votes 2 265 483
Spoiled ballots 229 363
% Spoiled 9.19

Table source

Nunley 2012.

Coalitions

For the coalitions involved see 2007 National Assembly election results.

Election results

Candidate Coalition Party Votes % votes
Amadou Toumani Touré Alliance for Democracy and Progress (ADP) Alliance for Democracy in Mali-African Party for Solidarity and Justice (ADEMA-PASJ) 1 612 912 71.20
Ibrahim Boubacar Ke´ta Front for Democracy and the Republic (FDR) Rally for Mali (RPM) 433 897 19.15
Tiébilé Dramé Front for Democracy and the Republic (FDR) Party for National Renewal (PARENA) 68 956 3.04
Oumar Mariko - African Solidarity for Democracy and Independence (SADI) 61 670 2.72
Mamadou Sangaré Front for Democracy and the Republic (FDR) (CDS) 35 776 1.58
Soumeylou Boubèye Ma´ga Front for Democracy and the Republic (FDR) ? 32 973 1.46
Sidibé Aminata Diallo - (REDD) 12 443 0.55
Madiassa Maguiraga - (PPP) 6 856 0.30
Total 2 265 483 100.00

Table sources

Nunley 2012.

Reference

NUNLEY, A 2012 "Mali" IN African Elections Database, http://africanelections.tripod.com/ml.html [opens new window] (accessed 27 Jul 2013).