The main opposition coalition, Azadliq (Freedom), appeared set to win as few as five seats, according to the results, with independent candidates and minor parties, who could include allies of the ruling party, taking the rest.
Opposition leaders yesterday charged that the elections were massively falsified and that the results did not reflect the will of the people. Opposition leaders said they will launch peaceful protests tomorrow against the vote.
Authorities have denied there were any major irregularities that could have affected the outcome of the vote.
The Organization For Security And Cooperation In Europe (OSCE), which sent hundreds of observers to monitor the poll, is due to give its assessment of the vote this afternoon.
Voter turnout was nearly 47 percent, according to election officials.