January 2011 General Election

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The January 2011 General Election was held from 15 December2010/XXXI to 14 January2011/XXXII and elected members to the 42nd Cosa and also filled Senator seats for Atatürk, Benito and Cézembre. Elections to six provincial assemblies plus four referendums to ratify amendments to the Organic Law were conducted as well. The election was administered by Secretary of State, Sir Iustí Canun.

110 voters were elegible to vote in the election and 65 ballots were cast. Voter turnout was 59.09%

Registered parties

The following political parties were registered for the January 2011 election:

Results of the Cosa election

Party Number of votes cast Percentage of votes cast Alloted Seats awarded Majority
PP 18 27.69 57.14 57
RUMP 45 69.23 142.86 143 YesY
'present' 2 3.07 0 0


Results of the Senatorial elections

Three senatorial elections were held concurrently to the January 2011 General Election.

Atatürk

Candidate's name Number of votes Elected
Brad Holmes 11 YesY
Uncontested


Benito

Candidate's name Number of votes Elected
T.M. Asmourescu 5 YesY
Uncontested


Cézembre

Candidate's name Number of votes Elected
Glüc da Dhi 6 YesY
Uncontested


Results for provincial assembly elections

Party Atatürk Benito Cézembre Florencia Maricopa Maritiimi-Maxhestic
CRO 1
PPT 3 3 4 2 3
RUMP 8 3 3 11 5 7
'present' 1


Results of Referendums

Four referendums were held during the election to ratify amendments to the Organic Law.

Amendment ÜC NON
41RZ3, The Petty Tyrant Eradication Amendment, 50 3
41RZ4, Clarification on the Appointment of Judges Amendment 51 3
41RZ5, The Protecting the Honour of the Senäts Amendment 44 7
41RZ7, The Anti-Un-Renunciation Amendment 48 5


External links

Ballot for the January 2011 General Election

Wittenberg live voting thread for January 2011