It is a unicameral legislature, currently made up of 71 members, who serve five-year terms. Legislators from outlying rural districts are chosen on a plurality basis, while districts located in more populous towns and cities elect multiple legislators by means of a proportion-based formula. Panama's legislative elections are held simultaneous with its presidential elections.
Panama also returns a delegation of 20 deputies to the supranational Central American Parliament.
|Democratic Change||573,603||33.72||20 *||-|
|Democratic Revolutionary Party||535,747||31.49||25||–1|
|Nationalist Republican Liberal Movement||121,815||7.16||2||–|
|Broad Front for Democracy||17,224||1.01||0||New|
* : 11 seats that the party originally won were annulled by the electoral body of Panama. Those seats will be contested again
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