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The president-elect will need to negotiate with a highly fragmented legislative assembly.
After attempts of liberalization in the 1990s and early 2000s, controversial national elections in 2005 resulted in the opposition taking one-third of the seats in the national legislative assembly.
The winning party needs to take 92 seats in the 182-seat legislative assembly.
Milena Calderon de Escalon, the former president’s sister and a legislative assembly member who belongs to his right-wing party, the Nationalist Republican Alliance, confirmed his death to the Associated Press.
Its residents elect their own legislative assembly, a governor, and a representative to the U.S. House of Representatives.
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