Botswana General Election Results 2019 Live by Party Candidates

Botswana General Election Results 2019 Live by Party Candidates

Botswana General Election Dates 2019

Botswana General Election Date:  23 October 2019 

General elections are scheduled to be held in Botswana on 23rd October 2019.

Elections in Botswana take place within the framework of multi-party democracy and a parliamentary system. The National Assembly is mostly directly elected, and in turn, elects the President and some of its own members. The Ntlo ya Dikgosi is a mixture of appointed, hereditary and indirectly elected members.


Botswana Parliamentary Election Results Live 2019 

The 63 members of the National Assembly consisted of 57 MPs elected in single-member  

 constituencies by first-past-the-post, four members appointed by the governing party, and two ex-officio members (the President and the Attorney General).

Party

Votes % Seats
Botswana Democratic Party 222384 50.89 24
Umbrella for Democratic Change 158527 36.27 9
Botswana Patriotic Front 24429 5.59 2
Alliance for Progressives 21661 4.96 1
Independents 9325 2.13 0
Indirectly-elected and ex officio seats 6
Invalid/blank votes  
Total 437018 100 63
Registered voters/turnout 924709  
Source: The Voice (36 of 57 declared).      

Botswana Parliamentary Election Voting Live 2019 

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5. Voters in Botswana head to the polls today for crucial general elections in one of Africa’s most stable democracies.

6. Over 900,000 registered voters are expected to cast their ballots across the country to elect members of the national assembly and by extension the president of the southern African nation.

7. The government declared October 23 – 25 as public holidays to allow for the full participation of citizens in the democratic process.


The Electoral system of Botswana

The 63 members of the National Assembly consisted of 57 MPs elected in single-member constituencies by first-past-the-post, four members appointed by the governing party, and two ex-officio members (the President and the Attorney General).

Voters are required to be Botswana citizens at least 18 years old who had been resident in the country for at least 12 months prior to voter registration. People declared insane, holding dual citizenship, under a death sentence, convicted of an electoral offence or imprisoned for at least six months are not allowed to vote. Candidates need to be Botswana citizens at least 21 years old, without an undischarged bankruptcy and be able to speak and read English sufficiently well to take part in parliamentary proceedings.

Several proposed amendments to the Electoral Law, including the introduction of electronic voting and an increase in nomination fees, were dropped in September 2018.


Botswana Parties and leaders

 

Party

Name of the Leader

Botswana Democratic Party (BDP)

Mokgweetsi Masisi

Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC)

Duma Boko

Botswana Congress Party (BCP)

Dumelang Saleshando

 

Botswana past election results 

Party

Votes

%

Seats

+/–

Botswana Democratic Party

320,657

46.45

37

–8

Umbrella for Democratic Change

207,113

30.01

17

+11

Botswana Congress Party

140,998

20.43

3

–1

Independents

21,484

3.11

0

–1

Indirectly-elected and ex officio seats

6

Invalid/blank votes

8,167

Total

698,409

100

63

0

Registered voters/turnout

824,073

84.75

 

Botswana Present election results 

Reporting

42%

as of 06:46, 24 October 2019 GMT+2

57 of the 63 seats in the National Assembly

29 seats needed for a majority

Leader

Mokgweetsi Masisi

Duma Boko

Party

BDP

UDC

Last election

46.45%, 37 seats

30.01%, 17 seats

Leader

Ndaba Gaolathe

Biggie Butale

Party

Alliance for Progressives

Botswana Patriotic Front

Last election

New

New

 

Canadian Federal General Election Result 2019 by province by state party

Canadian Federal General Election Result 2019 by province by the state party

The Canadian federal election, 2019 (formally the 43rd general election) was held on October 21, 2019, to elect members to the House of Commons of the 43rd Canadian Parliament.

The October 21 date of the vote is determined by the fixed-date procedures in the Canada Elections Act but the Act does not preclude the Governor Federal of Canada from issuing the writs of the election at an earlier date.



Canada Federal Election Results 2019

    Votes  
Party Seats Share Count
Liberal Party of Canada 157 33.10% 5911419
Conservative Party of Canada 121 34.40% 6153374
New Democratic Party 24 15.90% 2846153
Bloc Québécois 32 7.70% 1376260
Green Party of Canada 3 6.50% 1161665
People's Party of Canada 0 1.60% 292670
Independents 1 0.40% 75836
Other parties 0 0.30% 66391

 

Canada Election Results 2019 by Province

The Liberal Party, led by incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, won 157 seats to form a minority government, and lost the majority they had won in the 2015 election. The Liberals lost the popular vote to the Conservatives, which marks only the second time in Canadian history that a governing party will form a government while receiving less than 35 per cent of the national popular vote. The Liberals received the lowest percentage of the national popular vote of a governing party in Canadian history

Party name

Liberal Conservative New Democratic Bloc Québécois Green People's Independent and No Affiliation
Pr. Seats: Seats: Seats: Seats: Seats: Seats: Seats: Total seats
BC 11 17 11 N/A 2 0 1 42
AB 0 33 1   0 0 0 34
SK 0 14 0   0 0 0 14
MB 4 7 3   0 0 0 14
ON 79 36 6   0 0 0 121
QC 35 10 1 32 0 0 0 78
NB 6 3 0 N/A 1 0 0 10
NS 10 1 0   0 0 0 11
PE 4 0 0   0 0 0 4
NL 6 0 1   0 0 0 7
YT 1 0 0   0 0 0 1
NT 1 0 0   0 0 0 1
NU 0 0 1   0 0 0 1
Total 157 121 24 32 3 0 1 338

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Canada General Election Result 2015

Party Votes Seats
Liberal 69,43,276 39.50% 184 / 338 (54%)
Conservative 56,13,614 31.90% 99 / 338 (29%)
New Democratic 34,70,350 19.70% 44 / 338 (13%)
Bloc Québécois 8,21,144 4.70% 10 / 338 (3%)
Green 6,02,944 3.40% 1 / 338 (0.3%)

Results by province

Party name Liberal Conservative New Democratic Party Total seats
  Seats: Vote: Seats: Vote: Seats: Vote:
BC 17 35.2 10 30 14 25.9 42
AB 4 24.6 29 59.5 1 11.6 34
SK 1 23.9 10 48.5 3 25.1 14
MB 7 44.6 5 37.3 2 13.8 14
ON 80 44.8 33 35 8 16.6 121
QC 40 35.7 12 16.7 16 25.4 78
NB 10 51.6 0 25.3 0 18.3 10
NS 11 61.9 0 17.9 0 16.4 11
PE 4 58.3 0 19.3 0 16 4
NL 7 64.5 0 10.3 0 21 7
YT 1 53.6 0 24 0 19.5 1
NT 1 48.3 0 18 0 30.8 1
NU 1 47.2 0 24.8 0 26.5 1
Total 184 39.5 99 31.9 44 19.7 338

 

Sri Lankan Presidential election 2019 Results Voting Dates Opinion Candidates

Sri Lankan Presidential election 2019 Results Voting Dates Opinion Candidates

Sri Lankan Presidential Election Dates 2019

Sri Lankan Presidential Election Date: 16 November 2019 

Sri Lanka Map

The 2019 Sri Lankan presidential election will be the 8th presidential election, scheduled to be held on 16 November 2019. The incumbent President Maithripala Sirisena's term of office will end on 9 January 2020.


Sri Lankan Presidential Election Voting Live 2019

  1. Gunmen Fire On Buses Carrying Sri Lanka Voters, No Casualties
  2. Sri Lanka's minority Tamils and Muslims are seen as crucial to deciding a winner in a close contest between the two front runners — housing minister Sajith Premadasa and the opposition's Gotabaya Rajapaksa.
  3. 22 Electoral districts
  4. 81.5% voter turnout in 2015
  5. 16 million are registered voters.
  6. Sri Lanka’s next president urged to give priority to human rights.
  7. 33 candidates make cash deposits to contest presidential poll.

Sri Lanka Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2019 by City Immigrants


Sri Lanka Presidential Election Results 2019

  1. Main Opposition candidate Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, 70, is leading by 60% where as Sajith Premadasa, 52, is trailing. Rajapaksha heading towards clear majority.
  2. In the results declared by 4.30 am on Sunday, Rajapaksa had won postal votes of nine districts with his main challenger Sajith Premadasa winning postal votes of only three districts.
  3. Other votes are split among others of the record 35 candidates.
  4. Sri Lankan presidential election counting of votes begin. Voting ended for 16 Million registered voters at 5 PM local time.
  5. Results are expected to be out by Sunday.
  6. Winner should secure more than 50% votes.
  7. Voters give their first and second preference. If the first preference votes are not decisive then for top 2 contestants second preference votes are added up to decide the final winner.

Counting of Votes will start by mid night. Final results are expected by Monday

Sri Lanka Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2019 by City Immigrants

Candidate

Party Votes %
Gotabaya Rajapaksa Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna 6924255 52.25%
Sajith Premadasa New Democratic Front 5564239 41.99%
Anura Kumara Dissanayaka National Movement for People’s Power 418553 3.16%
Mahesh Senanayake National People's Party 49655 0.37%
M. L. A. M. Hizbullah Independent 38814 0.29%
Ariyawansa Dissanayake Democratic United National Front 34537 0.26%
Ajantha Perera Socialist Party of Sri Lanka 27572 0.21%
Rohan Pallewatte National Development Front 25173 0.19%
Siripala Amarasinghe Independent 15285 0.12%
Milroy Fernando Independent 13641 0.10%
M. K. Shivajilingam Independent 12256 0.09%
Battaramulle Seelarathana Jana Setha Peramuna 11879 0.09%
Ajantha de Zoysa Ruhunu Janatha Peramuna 11705 0.09%
Anuruddha Polgampola Independent 10219 0.08%
Namal Rajapaksa National Unity Alliance 9497 0.07%
Jayantha Ketagoda Independent 9467 0.07%
Duminda Nagamuwa Frontline Socialist Party 8219 0.06%
Aparekke Punnananda Independent 7611 0.06%
Subramanium Gunaratnam Our National Front 7333 0.06%
A. S. P. Liyanage Sri Lanka Labour Party 6447 0.05%
Piyasiri Wijenayake Independent 4636 0.04%
Aruna de Zoysa Democratic National Movement 4218 0.03%
Rajiva Wijesinha Independent 4146 0.03%
Illiyas Idroos Mohamed Independent 3987 0.03%
Siritunga Jayasuriya United Socialist Party 3944 0.03%
Sarath Keerthirathna Independent 3599 0.03%
Sarath Manamendra New Sinhala Heritage 3380 0.03%
Pani Wijesiriwardene Socialist Equality Party 3014 0.02%
Ashoka Wadigamangawa Independent 2924 0.02%
A. H. M. Alavi Independent 2903 0.02%
Saman Perera Our Power of People Party 2368 0.02%
Priyantha Edirisinghe Okkoma Wesiyo Okkoma Rajawaru Sanwidhanaya 2139 0.02%
Samaraweera Weerawanni Independent 2067 0.02%
Bedde Gamage Nandimithra Nava Sama Samaja Party 1841 0.01%
Samansiri Herath Independent 976 0.01%
Valid Votes   13252499 100.00%
Rejected Votes   135452 1.01%
Total Polled   13387951 83.72%
Registered Electors   15992096  

 



The Electoral system of Sri Lankan

 

An electoral system is a set of rules that determine how elections and referendums are conducted and how their results are determined. Political electoral systems are organized by governments, while non-political elections may take place in business, non-profit organisations and informal organisations.

Electoral systems consist of sets of rules that govern all aspects of the voting process: when elections occur, who is allowed to vote, who can stand as a candidate, how ballots are marked and cast, how the ballots are counted (electoral method), limits on campaign spending, and other factors that can affect the outcome. Political electoral systems are defined by constitutions and electoral laws, are typically conducted by election commissions, and can use multiple types of elections for different offices.

Some electoral systems elect a single winner to a unique position, such as the prime minister, president or governor, while others elect multiple winners, such as members of parliament or boards of directors. There are many variations in electoral systems, but the most common systems are first-past-the-post voting, the two-round (runoff) system, proportional representation and ranked or preferential voting. Some electoral systems, such as mixed systems, attempt to combine the benefits of non-proportional and proportional systems.

The study of formally defined electoral methods is called social choice theory or voting theory, and this study can take place within the field of political science, economics, or mathematics, and specifically within the subfields of game theory and mechanism design. Impossibility proofs such as Arrow's impossibility theorem demonstrates that when voters have three or more alternatives, it is not possible to design a ranked voting electoral system that reflects the preferences of individuals in a global preference of the community, present in countries with proportional representation and plurality voting.

 


Sri Lankan Parties and leaders

 

Name of the Candidate

Name of the Party

Gotabhaya Rajapaksa

Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna

Sajith Premadasa

New Democratic Front

A. H. M. Alavi

Independent

Siripala Amarasinghe

Independent

Ajantha de Zoysa

Ruhunu Janatha Peramuna

Aruna de Zoysa

Democratic National Movement

Anura Kumara Dissanayaka

National Movement for People’s Power

Ariyawansa Dissanayake

Democratic United National Front

Priyantha Edirisinghe

Okkoma Wesiyo Okkoma Rajawaru Sanwidhanaya

Milroy Fernando

Independent

Subramanium Gunaratnam

Our National Front

Samansiri Herath

Independent

M. L. A. M. Hizbullah

Independent

Siritunga Jayasuriya

United Socialist Party

Sarath Keerthirathna

Independent

Jayantha Ketagoda

Independent

A. S. P. Liyanage

Sri Lanka Labour Party

Sarath Manamendra

New Sinhala Heritage

Illiyas Idroos Mohamed

Independent

Duminda Nagamuwa

Frontline Socialist Party

Bedde Gamage Nandimithra

Nava Sama Samaja Party

Rohan Pallewatte

National Development Front

Ajantha Perera

Socialist Party

Saman Perera

Our Power of People Party

Anuruddha Polgampola

Independent

Aparekke Punnananda

Independent

Namal Rajapaksa

National Unity Alliance

Battaramulle Seelarathana

Jana Setha Peramuna

Mahesh Senanayake

National People's Party

M. K. Shivajilingam

Independent

Ashoka Wadigamangawa

Independent

Samaraweera Weerawanni

Independent

Piyasiri Wijenayake

Independent

Rajiva Wijesinha

Independent

Pani Wijesiriwardene

Socialist Equality Party

Sri Lankan past election results 

 

Candidate Party Votes %
Maithripala Sirisena New Democratic Front 6,217,162 51.28%
Mahinda Rajapaksa United People's Freedom Alliance 5,768,090 47.58%
Ratnayake Arachchige Sirisena Patriotic National Front 18,174 0.15%
Namal Ajith Rajapaksa Our National Front 15,726 0.13%
Maulawi Ibrahim Mohanmed Mishlar United Peace Front 14,379 0.12%
A. S. P. Liyanage Sri Lanka Labour Party 14,351 0.12%
Ruwanthileke Peduru United Lanka People's Party 12,436 0.10%
Aithurus M. Illias Independent 10,618 0.09%
Duminda Nagamuwa Frontline Socialist Party 9,941 0.08%
Siritunga Jayasuriya United Socialist Party 8,840 0.07%
Sarath Manamendra New Sinhala Heritage 6,875 0.06%
Pani Wijesiriwardene Socialist Equality Party 4,277 0.04%
Anurudha Polgampola Independent 4,260 0.04%
Sundaram Mahendran Nava Sama Samaja Party 4,047 0.03%
Muthu Bandara Theminimulla All Are Citizens, All Are Kings Organisation 3,846 0.03%
Battaramulle Seelarathana Jana Setha Peramuna 3,750 0.03%
Prasanna Priyankara Democratic National Movement 2,793 0.02%
Jayantha Kulathunga United Lanka Great Council 2,061 0.02%
Wimal Geeganage Sri Lanka National Front 1,826 0.02%
Valid votes 12,123,452 100.00%
Rejected votes 140,925  
Total polled 12,264,377  
Registered electors 15,044,490  
Turnout 81.52%

 

Poland Muslim Population Percentage 2019 By City Demographics Religion

Poland Muslim Population Percentage 2019 By City Demographics Religion

A continuous presence of Islam in Poland began in the 14th century. From this time it was primarily associated with the Tatars, many of whom settled in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth while continuing their traditions and religious beliefs. The first significant non-Tatar groups of Muslims arrived in Poland in the 1970s.


Today, around 0.1% of the population in Poland is Muslim. The majority of Muslims in Poland are Sunni
Although Muslims make up only around 35,000 of a 38 million population, Poles believe that their number is actually 2.6 million, which would make the Polish Muslim population one of the largest in the European Union after France, Germany and the UK.
Also People in Poland believe that the number of Muslims in the country will grow to up to 13% by 2020.

The demographics of Poland constitute all demographic features of the population of Poland, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.Ethnically, Poland is a very homogeneous country, with 96.7% of population being Polish. 

A number of censuses have assessed this data, including a national census in 2002, and a survey by the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (HFHR), which confirmed there are numerous autochthonous ethnic groups in Poland. Estimates by INTEREG and Eurominority present a similar demographic picture of Poland but they provide estimates only for the most numerous of these ethnic groups.

Poland is aging rapidly. In 1950, the median age was 25.8: half of the Polish population was younger, half older. Today it is 38.2. If current trends continue, it will be 51 by 2050. As the population is aging, it has also started to decline mainly due to low birth rates and continued emigration which is impacting the economy. The number of children born in Polish families (TFR of 1.31, down from 2 in 1990) is one of the lowest in Eastern Europe.

 


Polish Poland demographics Population by Religion

Region

Population

Catholic

87.20%

Orthodox

1.30%

Protestant

0.40%

Other

0.40%

Islam 0.1%

Unspecified

10.80%

 


Immigrant Population divided by Region

Citizenship

Census 2011[15]

%

Poland

9,903,268

91.6

 Albania

480,824

4.45

 Bulgaria

75,915

0.7

 Romania

46,523

0.43

 Pakistan

34,177

0.31

 Georgia

27,400

0.25

 Ukraine

17,006

0.16

 United Kingdom

15,386

0.14

 Cyprus

14,446

0.13

 Poland

14,145

0.13

 Russia

13,807

0.12

 India

11,333

0.1

 Bangladesh

11,076

0.1

 Germany

10,778

0.09

 Egypt

10,455

0.09

 Moldova

10,391

0.09

 Philippines

9,804

0.09

Other

108,436

1

Total

10,815,197

100


Polish Poland demographics Population by Race

Polish 98%, other 2%; note: the Polish government states there are no ethnic divisions in Poland


Polish Population by City
.

S.No.

Name

Adm.

Population   Estimate 31/12/2015

1

Warszawa

MAZ

1,744,351

2

Kraków

MAL

761,069

3

Lódz

LOD

700,982

4

Wroclaw

DOL

635,759

5

Poznan

WIE

542,348

6

Gdansk

POM

462,249

7

Szczecin

ZAC

405,657

8

Bydgoszcz

KUJ

355,645

9

Lublin

LUB

340,727

Spanish general Election​ 2019 Voting Results Candidates Live

Spanish general Election​ 2019 Voting Results Candidates Live

Spanish general Election Dates 2019

Spanish general Election Date: 10 November 2019 

Spanish general Election​ 2019 Voting Results Candidates Live Details can be found here. The November 2019 Spanish general election will be held on Sunday, 10 November 2019, to elect the 14th Cortes Generales of the Kingdom of Spain. All 350 seats in the Congress of Deputies will be up for election, as well as 208 of 266 seats in the Senate.

The election will be held as provided under article 99.5 of the Spanish Constitution, as a result of the failure in government formation negotiations after Pedro Sánchez's failed investiture voting on 23–25 July 2019. On 17 September 2019, King Felipe VI declined to propose any candidate for investiture ahead of the 23 September deadline as a result of the lack of agreement between parties, with a new general election being scheduled for 10 November. The failure in PSOE–Unidas Podemos negotiations prompted former Podemos founder Íñigo Errejón to turn his regional Más Madrid platform—which had obtained a remarkable result in the 26 May Madrilenian regional election—into a national alliance under the newly-created brand of Más País, comprising a number of regional parties and former Podemos and United Left allies, such as Coalició Compromís, Equo or Chunta Aragonesista.


Spanish general Election Voting Live 2019

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The Electoral system of Spanish

The Spanish Cortes Generales is envisaged as an imperfect bicameral system. The Congress of Deputies has greater legislative power than the Senate, having the ability to vote confidence in or withdraw it from a Prime Minister and to override Senate vetoes by an absolute majority of votes. Nonetheless, the Senate possesses a few exclusive, yet limited in number functions—such as its role in the constitutional amendment—which are not subject to the Congress' override. Voting for the Cortes Generales is on the basis of universal suffrage, which comprises all nationals over eighteen and in full enjoyment of their political rights. Additionally, Spaniards abroad are required to apply for voting before being permitted to vote, a system known as "begged" or expat vote (Spanish: Voto Rogado).


Spanish Parties and leaders

 

Name of The Party Name of The Leader
PSOE Pedro Sánchez
PP Pablo Casado
Cs Albert Rivera
Unidas Podemos Pablo Iglesias
Vox Santiago Abascal
ERC–Sobiranistes Oriol Junqueras

Spanish election results 

 

Party

Seats

Last

PSOE

120

123

PP

88

66

Vox

52

24

Podemos

35

42

Ciudadanos

10

57

 

Romanian Presidential Election​ 2019 Voting Results Candidates Live

Romanian Presidential Election​ 2019 Voting Results Candidates Live

Romanian Presidential Election Dates 2019

Romanian Presidential Election Date: 10 November 2019 

Presidential elections will be held in Romania on 10 November 2019, with a possible second round on 24 November 2019. President Klaus Iohannis who was elected in 2014, is eligible for re-election.

Romania elects on a national level a head of state – the president – and a legislature. The president is elected for a five-year term by the people (after a change from four-year terms after the 2004 election). The Romanian Parliament (Parlamentul României) has two chambers. The Chamber of Deputies (Camera Deputaţilor) has currently 329 members (after the last legislative elections), elected for a four-year term by party-list proportional representation on closed lists. The Senate (Senatul) has currently 136 members (after the last legislative elections), elected for a four-year term by party-list proportional on closed lists.representation

Romania has a multi-party system, with numerous parties in which no one party often has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.

On 25 November 2007, for the first time, Romanians elected their representatives to the European Parliament.

Romania Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2019


Romanian Presidential Election Voting Live 2019

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3. Romania presidential elections 2019: Eight presidential candidates earn more than Romania’s president

 


The Electoral system of Romania

The President is elected in a two-round system for a five-year term. If one candidate obtains a majority of 50%+1 of all registered voters in the first round, he or she is declared the winner. If none of the candidates achieves this, then a run-off is held between the two contenders with the top scores in the first round. The candidate who obtains any majority of votes in the run-off is declared the winner.

The term of the president is five years. Between 1992 and 2004 the term was of four years but was increased following the 2003 Constitutional referendum. One person can serve a maximum of two terms, that may be consecutive.

In order to be able to run for the Office of President a candidate must fulfil the following conditions: be a Romanian citizen, be at least 35 years of age (at least on the day of the election), and not have held the office for two terms since 1992, when the 1991 Constitution took effect.


Romania Parties and leaders

 

Name of The Party Name of The Leader
Independent Klaus Iohannis
PSD Viorica Dăncilă
USR Dan Barna
Independent Mircea Diaconu
PMP Theodor Paleologu
UDMR Kelemen Hunor

 


Romania past election results 

 

Candidate Party First-round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Klaus Iohannis Christian Liberal Alliance (PNL–PDL) 2,881,406 30.37 6,288,769 54.43
Victor Ponta PSD–UNPR–PC Alliance 3,836,093 40.44 5,264,383 45.56
Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu Independent 508,572 5.36  
Elena Udrea PMP–PNȚCD Alliance 493,376 5.20
Monica Macovei Independent 421,648 4.44
Dan Diaconescu People's Party – Dan Diaconescu 382,526 4.03
Corneliu Vadim Tudor Greater Romania Party 349,416 3.68
Hunor Kelemen Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania 329,727 3.47
Teodor Meleșcanu Independent 104,131 1.09
Zsolt Szilágyi Hungarian People's Party of Transylvania 53,146 0.56
Gheorghe Funar Independent 45,405 0.47
William Brînză Romanian Ecologist Party 43,194 0.45
Constantin Rotaru Socialist Alternative Party 28,805 0.30
Mirel Mircea Amariței PRODEMO Party 7,895 0.08
Invalid/blank votes 237,761 166,111
Total 9,723,232 100 11,719,344 100
Registered voters/turnout 18,284,066 53.17 18,280,994 64.10

Mauritius Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Mauritius Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Mauritius Parliamentary Election Dates 2019

Mauritius Parliamentary Election Date: 7 Nov 2019 

Elections in Mauritius gives information on elections and election results in Mauritius. Since 1967, Mauritius has experienced 11 free and fair democratic general elections to choose a government.

The government is formed by the party or group which controls a majority on the unicameral legislature. The National Assembly has 70 members, 62 elected for a five-year term in 21 multi-member constituencies and 8 additional "best loser" members appointed by the Supreme Court.

The president and vice-president are then elected by the National Assembly for a five-year term by the parliament. On a regional level, the country has village & district council, and municipal elections every 6 years.

Mauritius has a multi-party system which is mainly dominated by three parties namely Militant Socialist Movement (MSM), the Labour Party and Mauritian Militant Movement (MMM).

Out of the 11 national elections, the MSM has won 5 (1983, 1987, 1991, 2000 and 2014), the Labour Party won 4 (1967, 1995, 2005 and 2010) and the MMM won 2 (1976 and 1982).


Mauritius Parliamentary Election Results Live 2019

  1. PM Pravind Kumar Jugnauth's Militant Socialist Movement wins 35 of the 62 seats while its rivals, the Labour Party and the Mauritian Militant Movement, got 15 and 10 seats respectively.
  2. Two seats on the island of Rodrigues were won by the Organisation of the People of Rodrigues (OPR) party.
  3. Some 723,660 voters, 76.84 percent of those eligible, turned out for the ballot.
  4. The turnout was 2% higher than the last election.

Find detailed election results 2019 here

Mauritius Parliamentary Cabinet Minister 2019 List


Mauritius Parliamentary Election Voting Live 2019

1. This Election held on 7-Nov-2019.

2. Mauritius’ prime minister dissolves parliament, calls a general election.

  1. More than 300 polling stations opened at 6am local time (02:00 GMT) on Thursday and are due to close at 6pm local time (14:00 GMT)
  2. Jugnauth succeeded his father, Anerood Jugnauth, as prime minister without a popular vote when the older man stood down in 2017, two years ahead of schedule.
  3. The 57-year-old is asking voters to judge him on his short time in office, pointing to his record on modernising public infrastructure and economic reforms in the former British colony.
  4. Former Mauritian prime minister Navinchandra Ramgoolam, 72, leader of the Labour Party and the opposition National Alliance electoral coalition, has publicly alleged that current Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth hired an Israeli IT company to hack social media accounts of opposition candidates

Mauritius Parliamentary Parties and leaders

 

Name of the party Name of the Leader
Labour Party Navin Ramgoolam
Mouvement Militant Mauricien Paul Berenger
Mouvement Socialiste Militant Pravind Jugnauth
Parti Mauricien Social Démocrate Xavier-Luc Duval
Muvman Liberater Ivan Collendavelloo

Mauritius past election results 

Party Votes Seats
Elected Top-up Total
Alliance Lepep (MSM–PMSD–ML) 1016551 47 4 51
PTR/MMM 785645 13 3 16
Mauritian Solidarity Front 41815 0 0 0
Rezistans ek Alternativ 23117 0 0 0
Rodrigues People's Organisation 21874 2 0 2
Mauritian Social Democratic Movement 19338 0 0 0
Lalit 11550 0 0 0
Rodrigues Movement 11113 0 0 0
Agreement for Parliamentary Democracy 10548 0 0 0
Les Verts Fraternels 10191 0 0 0
showParties with less than 0.5% of the vote 61714 0 0 0
Independents 26516 0 0 0
Total 2039972 62 7 69

Gibraltar general Election 2019 Voting Live

Gibraltar general Election 2019 Voting Live

Gibraltar general Election Dates 2019

Gibraltar general Election Date: 13 October 2019 

The Gibraltar general election of 2019 to elect all 17 members to the 4th Gibraltar Parliament is scheduled to take place on Thursday 17 October 2019. Chief Minister Fabian Picardo announced the date of the election on Monday 16 September 2019.


Gibraltar general Election Voting Live 2019 

1. BREAKING: SURPRISE GIBRALTAR ELECTIONS CALLED FOR OCTOBER 17 BY CHIEF MINISTER FABIAN PICARDO.

2. Gibraltar election CALLED: Parliament dissolved – 'Need strong leadership for Brexit'.

3. GSLP reveals its Election Manifesto ahead of Gibraltar elections.


The Electoral system of Gibraltar 

Under section 38(2) of the Gibraltar Constitution Order 2006, the parliament must be dissolved by the Governor four years after its first meeting following the last election (unless the Chief Minister advises the Governor to dissolve parliament sooner). Under section 37 of the Constitution, writs for a general election must be issued within thirty days of the dissolution and the general election must then be held no later than three months after the issuing of a writ. In October 2015, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo announced that the election would take place on 26 November. Following the British tradition, elections in Gibraltar conventionally take place on a Thursday.


Gibraltar general Parties and leaders

 

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Gibraltar past election results 

Party Votes % +/– Seats % +/–
Alliance Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party 70,551 47.8 +13.6 7 41.2 ±0
Liberal Party of Gibraltar 30,399 20.6 +6.0 3 17.6 ±0
Total Alliance 100,950 68.4 +19.6 10 58.8 ±0
Gibraltar Social Democrats 46,545 31.6 -15.2 7 41.2 ±0
Total 147,495 100 17 100
 
Valid votes 15,578 94.6
Invalid/blank votes 897 5.4
Total votes cast 16,475 100
Registered voters/turnout 23,278 70.8

Polish (Poland) Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Polish Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Polish Parliamentary Election Dates 2019

Polish Parliamentary Election Date: 13 October 2019 

The next Polish parliamentary elections will be held on 13 October 2019. All 460 members of the Sejm and 100 senators will be elected.

Elections in Poland refers to the election process as well as the election results in Poland. Poland has a multi-party political system. On the national level, Poland elects the head of state – the president – and a legislature. There are also various local elections, referendums and elections to the European Parliament.

Poland has a long history of public elections dating back several centuries, beginning with the elections to Sejm in Łęczyca (known as the First Sejm) in 1182. Notably, since the Sejm of 1493, Polish kings were obliged to call regular Sejms and regional elections (sejmiks) every two years. From 1573 until 1795 the state system of elective monarchy in Poland required the royal elections of monarchs as well during the Sejm proceedings.

The first modern and free elections in 20th-century-Poland were held in 1919, two months after Poland regained independence in 1918 from over more than a century of foreign partitions and colonization efforts by Austria, Prussia, and the Russian Empire. After the Second World War, Poland fell into the Soviet sphere of influence as a satellite state and became controlled by the communists, who rigged the elections of 1947 to ensure they controlled the entire Polish government. There were regular elections in Poland from that time on; however, no elections until the groundbreaking elections of 1989, marking the fall of communism, were free. The Polish communists secured a majority of the lower house seats in 1989, but also, for the first time in the Eastern Bloc history, allowed opposition parties to gain representation; therefore the election was semi-free. All subsequent elections, beginning with the 1991 election are considered fair and free.


Polish Parliamentary Election Voting Live 2019

1. The parliamentary election in Poland-the future at stake.

2. Poland’s drift to right divides young male and female voters.

3. In Poland’s Upcoming Election, the Law and Justice Party Are Demonizing the LGBT Community to Win.

 


The Electoral system of Polish

The 460 members of the Sejm are elected by open party-list proportional representation in multi-member constituencies. Seats are allocated using the D'hondt method, with a 5% threshold for single parties and 8% threshold for coalitions (although requirements waived for national minorities). The Senate is elected using first-past-the-post voting in single-member districts. Candidates for Deputies are nominated either by the electoral committees of the various political parties and or by individual voter committees.

Overall, the Sejm includes 460 MPs. Should a party have 231 or more deputies in Parliament, it has an absolute majority and could thus govern autonomously, without a coalition partner. The constitution can be amended with a supermajority of two-thirds of 307 deputies.


Polish Parties and leaders

 

Name of the Party Name of the Leader
Polish Coalition Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz
Law and Justice Jarosław Kaczyński
The Left Włodzimierz Czarzasty
Confederation Janusz Korwin-Mikke
Civic Coalition Grzegorz Schetyna

Polish past election results 

Parties Sejm Senate
Votes Seats Seats
Law and Justice (Prawo I Sprawiedliwość, PiS) 5,711,687

235 / 460

61 / 100

Civic Platform (Platforma Obywatelska, PO) 3,661,474

138 / 460

34 / 100

Kukiz'15 (K'15) 1,339,094

42 / 460

Modern (Nowoczesna, .N) 1,155,370

28 / 460

United Left (Zjednoczona Lewica, ZL) 1,147,102
Polish People's Party (Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe, PSL) 779,875

16 / 460

1 / 100

Korwin 722,999
Together (Partia Razem) 550,349
Regional committees
Committee of Zbigniew Stonoga (KWW ZS) 42,731
German Minority (Mniejszość Niemiecka, MN) 27,530

1 / 460

United for Silesia (Zjednoczeni DLA Śląska, ZdŚ) 18,668
JOW Bezpartyjni 15,656
Committee of Grzegorz Braun "God Bless You!" (Szczęść Boże!) 13,113
Congress of the New Right (Kongres Nowej Prawicy, KNP) 4,852
Self-Defence (Samoobrona) 4,266
Social Movement of the Republic of Poland (Ruch Społeczny) 3,941
Citizens to Parliament (Obywatele do Parlamentu, ODP) 1,964
Independents (Niezależni) N/A N/A

4 / 100

Total 15,200,671 460 100

Canada Federal election Opinion Poll 2019 live results

Canada Federal election Opinion Poll 2019 live results

Canada General election Dates 2019

National General Election Date: October 21, 2019

 

Canada General election 2019 Results Dates Voting Opinion Poll

 


 

The 43rd Canadian federal election (formally the 43rd Canadian general election) is scheduled to take place on or before October 21, 2019. The October 21 date of the vote is determined by the fixed-date procedures in the Canada Elections Act but the Act does not preclude the Governor General of Canada from issuing the writs of election at an earlier date.

When: 21 October 2019

Front Runners: Justin Trudeau , Andrew Scheer, Jagmeet Singh



Canada Federal Election Results 2019

    Votes  
Party Seats Share Count
Liberal Party of Canada 157 33.10% 5911419
Conservative Party of Canada 121 34.40% 6153374
New Democratic Party 24 15.90% 2846153
Bloc Québécois 32 7.70% 1376260
Green Party of Canada 3 6.50% 1161665
People's Party of Canada 0 1.60% 292670
Independents 1 0.40% 75836
Other parties 0 0.30% 66391


Find Canada Results Province and State wise live here


Canada federal Elections 2019 Voting Live Updates 

  1. In Canada roughly 27.4 million people are eligible to vote at one of the approximately 20,000 polling places across the country.
  2. Most of the voters would be voting today, but nearly 4.7 million Canadians did Vote in advance on the weekend which is 29% increase from 2015.
  3. The first polls close at 8:30 p.m. NT (7:00 p.m. ET and 4 p.m. PT). Early results should start coming after that.

 


Opinion Poll for General election  2019

Leaders from respective parties which are Presidential Candidates are as follows.

Leader Party Leader since Leader's seat Last election Current seats Seats needed
Justin Trudeau Liberal April 14, 2013 Papineau 184 seats, 39.47% 177 Steady
Andrew Scheer Conservative May 27, 2017 Regina—Qu'Appelle 99 seats, 31.89% 95 Increase75
Jagmeet Singh New Democratic October 1, 2017 Burnaby South 44 seats, 19.71% 40 Increase130
Yves-François Blanchet Bloc Québécois January 17, 2019 Running in Beloeil—Chambly 10 seats, 4.66% 10 Increase160
Elizabeth May Green August 27, 2006 Saanich—Gulf Islands 1 seat, 3.45% 2 Increase167
Maxime Bernier People's September 14, 2018 Beauce Pre-creation 1 Increase169

Opinion Poll 2019 as on September 2019

Polling firm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last date LPC CPC NDP GPC
  of polling        
Nanos Research September 23, 2019 35.1 33.5 12.9 10.1
Angus Reid September 23, 2019 30 35 15 11
Ipsos September 23, 2019 32 36 15 11
Mainstreet Research September 22, 2019 33.7 35.8    
Nanos Research September 22, 2019 33.1 34.3 12.8 10.6
EKOS September 22, 2019 32 35.3 10.9 10.3
Abacus Data September 22, 2019 32 34 15 10
Mainstreet Research September 21, 2019 33.9 34.8 11.4 10.7
Forum Research September 21, 2019 33 33 11 11

 

Canada General election Results Live 2019

Canadians across the country head to the polls Monday, Oct. 21 to take part in the country’s 43rd general election.

Polls close at 8:30 p.m. local time in Atlantic Canada, 9:30 p.m. Eastern Time, 7:30 p.m. Mountain Time, 8:30 p.m. Central Time and 7 p.m. Pacific Time. Saskatchewan polls close at 7:30 p.m. local time.

Global News will have live, real-time election results for all 338 ridings as polls begin to close across the country, starting with results in Newfoundland and Labrador. We will have live results by party and province so you can see who will be representing your riding. Find out who will form the next Canadian government and who won in your riding.

Results will be updated after elections take place on or before October 21, 2019.

Candidate Vote %
Justin Trudeau  
Andrew Scheer  
Jagmeet Singh  
Yves-François Blanchet  
Elizabeth May  
Maxime Bernier  

Electoral system of Canada

All citizens have the right to a voice in choosing their parliamentary representatives. Canada’s electoral law requires the Chief Electoral Officer to inform the public about the system and about individual rights under that system, and to remove obstacles that may make voting difficult for some.

Information to voters

During an election, Elections Canada informs Canadians about their right to vote, how to get on the National Register of Electors and the voters list, and where and how they can vote. Its public information activities include

  • News releases
  • Advertisements in newspapers and on television and radio, brochures, posters
  • A toll-free telephone enquiries centre
  • A website
  • Meetings with community and ethnocultural groups.

Between elections, the agency publishes additional background information for the public, keeps its telephone enquiries centre and website open to answer questions, and works with educators to encourage young people to vote when they become eligible.


 

 

Canada Parties and leaders

Libertarian Party of Canada, Liberal Party of Canada, Green Party of Canada, Conservative Party of Canada, Communist Party of Canada, Christian Heritage Party.


Canada General election Results 2015 

 Summary of the 2015 Canadian federal election

Party

Party leader

Candidates

Seats

Popular vote

2011

Dissol.

Redist.

2015

 % seats

#

 %

 % where
running

 

Liberal

Justin Trudeau

338[b]

34

36

36

184

54.44%

6,943,276

39.47%

39.47%

 

Conservative

Stephen Harper

338

166

159

188

99

29.29%

5,613,614

31.91%

31.91%

 

New Democratic

Tom Mulcair

338

103

95

109

44

13.02%

3,470,350

19.73%

19.73%

 

Bloc Québécois

Gilles Duceppe

78

4

2

4

10

2.96%

821,144

4.67%

19.36%

 

Green

Elizabeth May

336

1

2[d]

1

1

0.3%

602,944

3.43%

3.44%

 

Independent and no affiliation

80

0

8

0

0

0

49,616

0.28%

1.18%

 

Libertarian

Tim Moen

72

0

0

0

0

0

36,772

0.21%

0.93%

 

Christian Heritage

Rod Taylor

30

0

0

0

0

0

15,232

0.09%

0.97%

 

Marxist–Leninist

Anna Di Carlo

70

0

0

0

0

0

8,838

0.05%

0.23%

 

Strength in Democracy

Jean-François Fortin

17

N/A

2

N/A

0

0

8,274

0.05%

0.90%

 

Rhinoceros

Sébastien Corriveau

27

0

0

0

0

0

7,263

0.04%

0.52%

 

Progressive Canadian

Sinclair Stevens

8

0

0

0

0

0

4,476

0.03%

1.03%

 

Communist

Miguel Figueroa

26

0

0

0

0

0

4,393

0.02%

0.32%

 

Animal Alliance

Liz White

8

0

0

0

0

0

1,699

0.01%

0.36%

 

Marijuana

Blair Longley

8

0

0

0

0

0

1,557

0.01%

0.34%

 

Democratic Advancement

Stephen Garvey

4

N/A

0

N/A

0

0

1,187

0.01%

0.62%

 

Pirate

Roderick Lim

5

0

0

0

0

0

908

0.01%

0.32%

 

Canadian Action

Jeremy Arney

3

0

0

0

0

0

401

0.00%

0.24%

 

Canada Party

Jim Pankiw

1

N/A

0

N/A

0

0

271

0.00%

0.72%

 

Seniors

Daniel J. Patton

1

N/A

N/A

N/A

0

0

157

0.00%

0.29%

 

Alliance of the North

François Bélanger

1

N/A

N/A

N/A

0

0

136

0.00%

0.22%

 

Bridge

David Berlin

1

N/A

0

N/A

0

0

122

0.00%

0.29%

 

PACT

Michael Nicula

1

N/A

0

N/A

0

0

91

0.00%

0.17%

 

United

Bob Kesic

1

0

0

0

0

0

57

0.00%

0.10%

 

Vacant

0

4

0

0

N/A

Total

1,792

308

308

338

338

100%

17,592,778

100%

100%

 

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