January 2014 General Election

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The January 2014 General Election was held from 15 Dec 2013/XXXIV to 1 Jan 2014/XXXV and elected members to the 46th Cosa and also filled three Senator seats for Florencia, Maricopa, and Benito. Elections to four provincial assemblies plus two referendums to ratify amendments to the Organic Law were conducted as well. The election was administered by Acting Secretary of State, Marti-Pair Furxheir.

189 voters were eligible to vote in the election and 104 ballots were cast. Voter turnout was 55.03%.

Registered parties

The following political parties were registered for the January 2014 election:

Results of the Cosa election

Party Number of votes cast Percentage of votes cast Seats awarded Majority
LPR 2 2 4 x
MRPT 28 28 56 x
RUMP 48 48 96 x
ZRT 22 22 44 x
'present'* 4 n/a n/a
  • *Votes of present not included in calculations

Results of the Senatorial elections

Three senatorial elections were held concurrently to the January 2014 General Election.


Candidate's name Number of votes Elected
Mximo Carbonèl 1
Pôl d'Aurìbuérg 8 YesY


Candidate's name Number of votes Elected
Béneditsch Ardpresteir 3
Munditenens Tresplet 6 YesY

Iustì Canun withdrew his candidacy before the beginning of the elections.


Candidate's name Number of votes Elected
Tric'hard Carschaleir 8 YesY
Istefan Perþonest (write-in) 1

Results for provincial assembly elections

Party Atatürk Benito Cézembre Florencia Maritiimi-


ANP* 1
IND* 1
LPR 0 0 0 0 0
MRPT 2 7 2 1 1
RUMP 4 1 2 5 3
ZRT 2 1 0 0

  • These are not registered political parties, but still received local votes.

Results of Referendums

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

Amendment ÜC NON AUS
45RZ20 63 9 32
45RZ27 58 12 34

External links

[ Ballot for the January 2014 General Election]

Wittenberg live voting thread for January 2014