Male candidates were elected in all 30 of the seats up for grabs on the Shura Council, despite 26 women running in the polls.
None of the 26 women who stood in Qatar's first ever legislative elections have been chosen by voters.
Around 63.5% of voters turned out to pick 30 members of the 45-seat advisory Shura Council, according to the internal ministry.
But out of 30 positions, no women were selected - despite 26 running amid the 233 candidates standing across 30 districts.
The ruling emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, will appoint the remaining 15 members of the body, which has the power to approve some limited state policies.
Aisha Hamam al-Jasim, a nursing manager who ran in Doha's Markhiya district, urged women to start "voicing what they believe in" and vote for female candidates in the future.
"To have all men is not the vision of Qatar," she said.
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