Romania Parliamentary election Results 2016 Voting Live Dates Opinion Exit Poll Candidates Senate Chamber of Deputies

Last Modified: December 12, 2016 at 9:45 am

Romania Parliamentary election Results 2016 Voting Live Dates Opinion Exit Poll Candidates Senate Chamber of Deputies

Romanian Parliamentary election schedule 2016

Legislative elections are scheduled to be held in Romania on 11 December 2016. Elections will be held according to new rules, following the amendment of electoral legislation during 2015. 

Romanian Parliamentary election 2016 Dates have been announed as 11 dec 2016 and the Results would be decided by dec 12. Romania Parliamentary election 2016 Opinion Poll indicates PSD is ahead in all the polls till date. The Candidates for Romania election are PSD (Liviu Dragnea) and PNL (Alina Gorghiu). Live Voting would take place on 11 december 7 am. Population (as of June 1, 2015) – 21,729,871    


Romanian Senate & Chamber of Deputies election result Live 2016

After 98% of counting partial results are:

Romania Senate Results 2016

Party Vote% Seats
PSD: 46.21 48 seats
PNL: 20.27 10 seats
USR 8.50 3 seats
UDMR 6.31 3 seats
ALDE 6.06 (1 seat probably Calin Popescu Tariceanu)
PMP 5.33 (1 seat probably Traian Basescu)

Romania Chamber of Deputies Results 2016

Party Vote% Seats
PSD: 46.01 132 deputies
PNL: 19.90 45 deputies
USR 8.43 14 deputies
UDMR 6.32 16 deputies
ALDE 5.63 3 seats
PMP 5.05  

Read More: Romania Exit Polls Released Social Democrats Won

Romanian Parliamentary election Voting Live 2016

  1. Results expected by Monday when all votes wud be counted.
  2. Polling stations opened on Sunday at 07:00 local time (0500 GMT) and will close at 21:00. Nearly 19 million voters are eligible to take part in the elections.
  3. Polls estimated the Social Democrats (PSD), whose leader Liviu Dragnea was convicted of electoral fraud, would win 40% of the vote. The centre-right National Liberal Party (PNL) and the new Save Romania Union (USR) were expected to receive a combined 35-40 percent.
  4. All 504 seats in Romania’s bicameral parliament will be up for re-election, when the country’s new government will be decided. The second-poorest among the European Union’s 28-member states.
  5. Romania joined the European Union (EU) 10 years ago. It is the bloc’s second poorest member state.

Romanian Parliamentary election Details 2016 

Read More:  Romania Parliamentary election 2016 Opinion Exit poll

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The legislative election of 2016 will unfold differently compared to 2012 and 2008. On 24 February 2015, the Electoral Code Commission decided for future electoral law to return to party-list proportional representation.

With a representation norm of one deputy per 73,000 inhabitants and one senator per 168,000 inhabitants,

  1. 308 deputies to be elected (18 deputies of minorities)
  2. 134 senators and 6 MPs of diaspora (two senators and four deputies).
  3. – totals 466 MPs to be elected, five fewer than in 2008 and 122 fewer than in 2012.

Parties and Candidates for Parliamentary elections 2016

PSD (Liviu Dragnea) PNL (Alina Gorghiu)
PSR (Constantin Rotaru) | UDMR (Hunor Kelemen)
PSRO (Mircea Geoană) ALDE (Daniel Constantin, Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu)
PV (Remus Cernea) M10 (Ioana Constantin)
PACT (Sebastian Burduja) PMP (Traian Băsescu)
PER (Dănuț Pop) PRM (Emil Străinu)
USR (Nicușor Dan) PNȚCD (Aurelian Pavelescu)
  PRU (Bogdan Diaconu)

Romania Parliamentary Election 2016 Opinion polls

Poll source Date Sample PNL ALDE PSD
IRES 6-7 Dec 1100 23% 6% 44%
SOCIOPOL 3-7 Dec 1002 27% 6% 41%
CIADO 1–10 Aug 5,428 32.33% 8.2% 35.76%
TNS 14–23 Sep 1,000 25% 7% 45%

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Rating Politic

17–24 Sep 1,170 30% 5.5% 38%

 


Chamber of Deputies and Senate Candidates for Parliamentary elections 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

People's Movement Party (PMP)

 

 

 

 

 

Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania (UDMR) 

National Liberal Party  United Romania Party 
The Chamber of Deputies   The Chamber of Deputies 
 
The Chamber of Deputies  The Chamber of Deputies 
Andrei Gheorghe-Daniel  Nenita Alexandra-Luiza 
tudorache laugh  Miklo Ernõ  Michael Culeafă  Gabriel Jordan 
Joseph-Dorin Candea  Aurel-Szanto Ottó  Florin-Michael Rye  Daniel Predeşel 
Marian Coman  Dieter Bauman-Gergő  Daniel Zamfir-Tudorel  Florin Musat 
Orheanu Milufa  Boldizsár Maria  Lia Lungan  Pintileasa Bogdan-Gabriel 
Magdalena Grecu  Zatyko Jacint  Dragan Mioara  Adela Lupşe-Anca 
Marin  Legrad-Nagy Panna  Peter Nicholas-Theodore  Nastasiuc Andreea-Brînduşa 
Chita Dumitru  Karoly Fodor-Levente  Senate  Senate   
Senate  Senate  Pauliuc Nicoleta  George George 
Alexandru Gheorghe Dumitrescu  Dudas Jakab  George Ene  Moldovan Ligia Helena 
Marian-George Cucu  István György  Adriana Stoica  Daniela Simona Grădinaru 
Viorica-Maria Iordache  Csilla Szabo, Erzsebet  Luiza-Manea Emanuela  Emilian-Marius Oanţă 
         
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats party  Social Democratic Party  Our Romania Alliance (ANR)  Save Union Romania 
The Chamber of Deputies  Alexandra-Corina Bogaciu  The Chamber of Deputies  The Chamber of Deputies 
Alin Constantin Bucur  Constantin-Catalin Zamfir  Liviu-Iulian Draghici  Cornel zainea 
George Nedu  Nita Mihai Sandu  Adrian Vlăduţ  Ciprian Băilă 
Vlad-Adrian Tone  George Bolintineanu  Cristian Maliszevschi  Nedelcu Petruţa 
Calin Daniela  Constantin Niculae  Sun Alexandru-Cristian  Ciprian Necula 
Adrian Constantin-Cristian  Voicu Vincent  Elena Prisacariu  Daniel Taiwan 
Ion Matei  Dana Patache  Emilia Sanfira  Oana Mateescu Marina 
Giurea Florin  Senate  Dragomir Georgeta  Cepraga Florin 
Senate  Emanuel Botnariu-Gabriel  Senate  Senate   
Valentin anchor  Cornelius Roşiianu  Bunea Adrian-Constantin  Moldovan Alexandru-Cosmin 
Thomas Ninel  Victor Neagu  Cârstea Răzvan-Alexandru  Coste Dragos-Ioan 
Laura Maria Albani  Jeni Barbu  Valeria Ariciu-Marilena  Burcea Adrian Ion 
Florin-Viorel Cecate  Costica Ursachi  Silvana Mateescu-Gianina 

 

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