September 1981 General Election

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The September 1981 General Election was supposed to be the first democratic election ever to be held in Talossa. The election was formally set to take place on Tuesday, 1 September 1981/II, however, the date passed without the election taking place. Eventually, on Friday, 18 September, balloting took place and the votes were counted on Sunday, 27th September.

Parties contesting the election

  • DDP (Democratic Dandipratic Party)
  • RSP (Royal Socialist Party)

Result of the Election

Party Number of votes cast Percentage of votes cast Majority
DDP 3 60 YesY
RSP 2 40

Aftermath

King Robert I annulled the election results because they did not give him the results he desired. The first proper, democratic and multi party elections took place in April 1985/VI.