Luxembourg Parliament Election 2018 Dates Candidate List Results Voting Live
Luxembourg Parliament Election Dates 2018
Luxembourg Parliament Election Date: 14 October 2018
The next general election in Luxembourg will be held on 14 October 2018. All 60 seats of the Chamber of Deputies will be elected.
The incumbent Bettel–Schneider Ministry is made up of a coalition of the Democratic Party (DP), the Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP), and The Greens. The largest party in Parliament, the Christian Social People's Party (CSV), is in the opposition.
Luxembourg Parliament Election Voting Live 2018
On 14 October, Luxembourgers will go to the polls to elect a new parliament out of which a government will be formed.
Electoral system of Luxembourg
The 60 members of the Chamber of Deputies will be elected by proportional representation in four multi-member constituencies; 9 in Nord constituency, 7 in Est, 23 in Sud and 21 in Centre. Voters can vote for a party list or cast multiple votes for as many candidates as there are seats. Seat allocation is calculated in accordance with the Hagenbach-Bischoff quota.
Candidates for Parliament Election
Marc Spautz, Claude Haagen, Corinne Cahen, Françoise Folmer and Christian Kmiotek, Jean Schoos
Luxembourg Parties and leaders
CSV – Marc Spautz
LSAP – Claude Haagen
DP – Corinne Cahen
DG – Françoise Folmer and Christian Kmiotek,
ADR – Jean Schoos
DL – collective leadership
Luxembourg election results 2018
|Christian Social People's Party||999,381||28.31||21||–2|
|Socialist Workers' Party||621,332||17.60||10||–3|
|Alternative Democratic Reform Party||292,388||8.28||4||+1|
|Pirate Party Luxembourg||227,549||6.45||2||+2|
|Communist Party of Luxembourg||44,916||1.27||0||0|
|Total votes cast||233,014||100|
Luxembourg past election results
|Christian Social People's Party||1,103,636||33.68||23||–3|
|Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party||664,586||20.28||13||0|
|Alternative Democratic Reform Party||217,683||6.64||3||–1|
|Pirate Party Luxembourg||96,270||2.94||0||New|
|Communist Party of Luxembourg||53,669||1.64||0||0|
|Party for Full Democracy||49,290||1.50||0||New|