Mongolia Presidential election 2017 live Voting Dates Opinion Exit Poll Candidates

Mongolia Presidential election 2017 Results Voting Live Dates Opinion Exit Poll

Mongolia Presidential election Dates 2017

Mongolia Presidential election Date: 26 June 2017

On June 26 2017, more than 2,050,000 Mongolians will be electing a new president. Mongolians living abroad will vote at embassies and consulates on June 10/11.

Incumbent Pres. Ts Elbegdorj will not be running for re-election as he has been president for two terms. Only parties represented in the Ikh Khural can nominate candidates which implies a two-way race between an MPP and a DP-nominated candidate, though the MPRP may also nominate a candidate. The General Election Commission will announce candidates before May 17

 


Mongolia Presidential election Results Live 2017

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Electoral system of Mongolia

Elections in Mongolia gives information on elections and election results inMongolia.

Mongolia elects its head of state—the President of Mongolia—at the national level. The president is elected for a four-year term by the people, using the Two-round system. The State Great Khural (Ulsyn Ikh KhuralState Great Assembly) has 76 members, originally elected for a four-year term from single-seat constituencies. Due to the voting system, Mongolia experienced extreme shifts in the composition of the parliament after the 1996, 2000, and 2004 elections, so it has changed to a more proportional system in which some seats are filled on the basis of votes for local candidates, and some on the basis of nationwide party preference totals. Beginning in 2008, local candidates were elected from 26 electoral districts. Beginning with the 2012 elections, a parallel system was enacted, combining a district part and a nationwide proportional part. 48 seats are chosen at the local level in 26 districts with 1-3 seats usingPlurality-at-large voting. 28 seats are chosen from nationwide closed party listsusing the Largest remainder method. In the district seats, a candidate is required to get at least 28% of the vote cast in a district to be elected. If there are seats that are not filled due to this threshold, a runoff election is held in the respective district with twice the number of representatives as there are seats to be filled, between the top vote-getters of the first round.[


Candidates for Presidential election 2017

  • Nambaryn Enkhbayar – Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party – former President (2005–2009) and current leader of the MPRP
  • Miyeegombyn Enkhbold – Mongolian People's Party – MP, former Prime Minister of Mongolia (2006–2007), current Speaker of the State Great Khuraland current leader of the MPP
  • Khaltmaa Battulga – Democratic Party – former MP

                        Mongolia Parties and leaders

  • Brief history of MPRP, MPP, MNDP, MSDP, DU, MDP, PCW.
  • Mongolia People's Revolutionary Party, before 2010.
  • Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, since 2011.
  • Mongolia People's Party.
  • Motherland Democratic Coalition.
  • Motherland Party.
  • Democratic Party.
  • Mongolian Social Democratic Party ("old" MSDP and "new" MSDP reg. in 2005)

Mongolia Presidential election Results

 Summary of the 26 June 2013 Mongolian presidential election results

Candidate

Party

Votes

%

Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj

Democratic Party

622,794

50.89

Badmaanyambuugiin Bat-Erdene

Mongolian People's Party

520,380

42.52

Natsagiin Udval

Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party

80,563

6.58

Invalid/blank votes

13,688

Total

1,239,784

100

Registered voters/turnout

1,864,273

66.50

 

Nepalese Local elections 2017 Results live News Updates

Nepalese Local elections 2017 Results live News Updates

Nepalese Local elections Dates 2017 

National Local elections Date: 14 May 2017 

The 2017 Nepalese local elections will be held on Thursday 14 May 2017.

Local elections are scheduled to be held in Nepal in two phases on 14 May 2017 and 14 June 2017 in 4 metropolitan cities, 13 sub-metropolitan cities, 241 municipalities and 486 village councils. They are the first local elections for 20 years and the first to be held since the promulgation of the 2015 constitution.

 


 

Nepalese Local elections Results Live 2017 

In 1st phase, 3 provinces clock 71 % voter turnout according to the Election Commission.

Results will be updated soon for the 3 Provinces and 34 Districts for First phase of nepalese local elections. Second phase is to be conducted on 14 June 2017.

Mayor/Chairperson results

Party/Mayor – Chairperson

Lead Win Total
CPN-UML 6 117 123
Nepali Congress 2 103 105
Maoist Kendra 1 46 47
Others 0 6 6
RPP 1 1 2

 

Deputy Mayor/Chairperson results

Party/Deputy Mayor – Deputy Chairperson

Lead Win Total
CPN-UML 3 130 133
Nepali Congress 5 83 88
Maoist Kendra 0 48 48
Others 0 8 8
RPP 0 5 5

 

Read Detailed Nepal Municipality Elections Results here

Nepalese Local elections Results Live 2017 by District Municipality

District

 

 

 

 

 

 

Party Wins/Leads
Kathmandu CPN-UML 0 Wins / 7 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Kavrepalanchowk CPN-UML 0 Wins / 5 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Kalikot Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 0 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
Kaski CPN-UML 1 Wins / 4 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 0 Leads 
Gorkha Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
Chitwan CPN-UML 0 Wins / 5 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Jajarkot Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
  CPN-UML 1 Wins / 0 Leads 
Jumla Nepali Congress 2 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 2 Wins / 0 Leads 
Dolpa CPN-UML 2 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 1 Leads 
Tanahun CPN-UML 1 Wins / 1 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
Dailekh Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 3 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
Dolkha Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Dhading CPN-UML 0 Wins / 7 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Nawalparasi Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 4 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Nuwakot CPN-UML 0 Wins / 7 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Parbat Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Bhaktapur Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Makwanpur CPN-UML 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
  Rastriya Prajatantra Party 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
Manang CPN-UML 2 Wins / 0 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 0 Leads 
Mugu Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Mustang Nepali Congress 3 Wins / 0 Leads 
  CPN-UML 1 Wins / 0 Leads 
Myagdi CPN-UML 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
Rasuwa CPN-UML 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Ramechhap CPN-UML 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
Rukum Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 5 Leads 
  Others 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Lamjung Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Lalitpur CPN-UML 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Baglung Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Salyan Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 3 Leads 
  CPN-UML 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
Sindhupalchowk Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 5 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Sindhuli Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Surkhet Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 7 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 5 Leads 
Syangja CPN-UML 1 Wins / 3 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
Humla Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 0 Leads 

Nepalese Local elections Facts 2017 


Provinces – 3
Districts – 34
Local Units – 283
Polling Locations – 3923
Polling Centres – 6641
Total no of voters – 4,956,927
Municipalities – 92
Village councils – 186

Mayoral and Chairperson Positions
Men – 1723
Women – 157

Deputy Mayoral and chairperson position
Men – 257
women – 1123

Ward Chairperson position
Men – 10,296
women – 448

Ward Member Position
Men – 17,729
Women – 951


Nepalese Local elections Voting Live 2017

Nepalese Local elections will take place on sunday morning 7 am.

  1. Polling stations open from 7am to 5pm on Sunday , May 14.

Nepal Local Elections About 2017 by Council

Local elections were held in 56 municipalities in February 2006 under King Gyanendra but were boycotted by the major political parties and saw low voter turnout. Prior to 2006, the previous elections was held in 1997 with a mandate of five years. Elections were supposed to be held on 2002 but were delayed due to the then ongoing Nepal Civil War.


With the promulgation of the new constitution in 2015, a three-tier governance system was introduced, with national, provincial and local levels of governance. A Local Body Restructuring Commission was established as required by the constitution under the chairmanship of Balananda Paudel. The commission proposed 719 local structures which was revised to 744 by the government. The new local levels were formed by changing the existing cities and village development council and came into existence on 10 March 2017

 

Local Level Type

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Choice
Metropolitan City One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Sub Metropolitan City One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Municipality One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Village Council One Chairman, One Deputy Chairman, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members

 

 


Electoral system of Nepalese

Each Local level will have a Chairman/Mayor and a Deputy chairman/mayor. Local levels are further subdivided into wards which will have a ward chairman and 4 members. Out of the 4 members 2 must be female. All terms are for a total of 5 years. The elections are direct in nature and with the one getting the most ballots is declared the winner

 


Candidates for Local elections 2017

N/A

 

Nepalese Parties and leaders

Leader
Sher Bahadur Deuba
KP Oli
Prachanda
Party
Nepali Congress
Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist)
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre)

 

Nepalese local elections Results 2012

Nepal elections

Nepalese Kathmandu Local elections 2017 Results live Municipal Voting Candidate Winners Opinion Poll

Nepalese Kathmandu Local elections 2017 Results live Municipal

Nepalese Local elections Dates 2017 

National Local elections Date: 14 May 2017 

The 2017 Nepalese local elections will be held on Thursday 14 May 2017.

Local elections are scheduled to be held in Nepal in two phases on 14 May 2017 and 14 June 2017 in 4 metropolitan cities, 13 sub-metropolitan cities, 241 municipalities and 486 village councils. They are the first local elections for 20 years and the first to be held since the promulgation of the 2015 constitution.

 


 

Nepalese Local elections Results Live 2017 

In 1st phase, 3 provinces clock 71 % voter turnout according to the Election Commission.

Results will be updated soon for the 3 Provinces and 34 Districts for First phase of nepalese local elections. Second phase is to be conducted on 14 June 2017.

KathMandu Results 2017 – CPN-UML – 0  Wins / 6  Leads | Nepali Congress – 0  Wins / 5  Leads

Mayor/Chairperson results

Party/Mayor – Chairperson

Lead Win Total
CPN-UML 6 117 123
Nepali Congress 2 103 105
Maoist Kendra 1 46 47
Others 0 6 6
RPP 1 1 2

 

Deputy Mayor/Chairperson results

Party/Deputy Mayor – Deputy Chairperson

Lead Win Total
CPN-UML 3 130 133
Nepali Congress 5 83 88
Maoist Kendra 0 48 48
Others 0 8 8
RPP 0 5 5

Read Detailed Nepal Municipality Elections Results here


Nepalese Local elections Facts 2017 


Provinces – 3
Districts – 34
Local Units – 283
Polling Locations – 3923
Polling Centres – 6641
Total no of voters – 4,956,927
Municipalities – 92
Village councils – 186

Mayoral and Chairperson Positions
Men – 1723
Women – 157

Deputy Mayoral and chairperson position
Men – 257
women – 1123

Ward Chairperson position
Men – 10,296
women – 448

Ward Member Position
Men – 17,729
Women – 951


Nepalese Local elections Voting Live 2017

Nepalese Local elections will take place on sunday morning 7 am.

  1. Polling stations open from 7am to 5pm on Sunday , May 14.

Nepal Local Elections About 2017 by Council

Local elections were held in 56 municipalities in February 2006 under King Gyanendra but were boycotted by the major political parties and saw low voter turnout. Prior to 2006, the previous elections was held in 1997 with a mandate of five years. Elections were supposed to be held on 2002 but were delayed due to the then ongoing Nepal Civil War.


With the promulgation of the new constitution in 2015, a three-tier governance system was introduced, with national, provincial and local levels of governance. A Local Body Restructuring Commission was established as required by the constitution under the chairmanship of Balananda Paudel. The commission proposed 719 local structures which was revised to 744 by the government. The new local levels were formed by changing the existing cities and village development council and came into existence on 10 March 2017

 

Local Level Type

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Choice
Metropolitan City One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Sub Metropolitan City One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Municipality One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Village Council One Chairman, One Deputy Chairman, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members

 

 


Electoral system of Nepalese

Each Local level will have a Chairman/Mayor and a Deputy chairman/mayor. Local levels are further subdivided into wards which will have a ward chairman and 4 members. Out of the 4 members 2 must be female. All terms are for a total of 5 years. The elections are direct in nature and with the one getting the most ballots is declared the winner

 


Candidates for Local elections 2017

N/A

 

Nepalese Parties and leaders

Leader
Sher Bahadur Deuba
KP Oli
Prachanda
Party
Nepali Congress
Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist)
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre)

 

Nepalese local elections Results 2012

Nepal elections

Nepalese Local elections 2017 Results live Districts Municipalities Village Council

Nepalese Local elections 2017 Results live Districts Municipalities

Nepalese Local elections Dates 2017 

National Local elections Date: 14 May 2017 

The 2017 Nepalese local elections will be held on Thursday 14 May 2017.

Local elections are scheduled to be held in Nepal in two phases on 14 May 2017 and 14 June 2017 in 4 metropolitan cities, 13 sub-metropolitan cities, 241 municipalities and 486 village councils. They are the first local elections for 20 years and the first to be held since the promulgation of the 2015 constitution.

 


 

Nepalese Local elections Results Live 2017 

In 1st phase, 3 provinces clock 71 % voter turnout according to the Election Commission.

Results will be updated soon for the 3 Provinces and 34 Districts for First phase of nepalese local elections. Second phase is to be conducted on 14 June 2017.

Mayor/Chairperson results

Party/Mayor – Chairperson

Lead Win Total
CPN-UML 6 117 123
Nepali Congress 2 103 105
Maoist Kendra 1 46 47
Others 0 6 6
RPP 1 1 2

 

Deputy Mayor/Chairperson results

Party/Deputy Mayor – Deputy Chairperson

Lead Win Total
CPN-UML 3 130 133
Nepali Congress 5 83 88
Maoist Kendra 0 48 48
Others 0 8 8
RPP 0 5 5

 

Nepalese Local elections Results Live 2017 by District Municipality

District

 

 

 

 

 

Party Wins/Leads
Kathmandu CPN-UML 0 Wins / 7 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Kavrepalanchowk CPN-UML 0 Wins / 5 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Kalikot Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 0 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
Kaski CPN-UML 1 Wins / 4 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 0 Leads 
Gorkha Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
Chitwan CPN-UML 0 Wins / 5 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Jajarkot Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
  CPN-UML 1 Wins / 0 Leads 
Jumla Nepali Congress 2 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 2 Wins / 0 Leads 
Dolpa CPN-UML 2 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 1 Leads 
Tanahun CPN-UML 1 Wins / 1 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
Dailekh Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 3 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
Dolkha Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Dhading CPN-UML 0 Wins / 7 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Nawalparasi Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 4 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Nuwakot CPN-UML 0 Wins / 7 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Parbat Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Bhaktapur Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Makwanpur CPN-UML 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
  Rastriya Prajatantra Party 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
Manang CPN-UML 2 Wins / 0 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 0 Leads 
Mugu Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Mustang Nepali Congress 3 Wins / 0 Leads 
  CPN-UML 1 Wins / 0 Leads 
Myagdi CPN-UML 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
Rasuwa CPN-UML 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 1 Leads 
Ramechhap CPN-UML 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 2 Leads 
Rukum Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 5 Leads 
  Others 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Lamjung Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Lalitpur CPN-UML 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Baglung Nepali Congress 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Salyan Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 3 Leads 
  CPN-UML 1 Wins / 2 Leads 
Sindhupalchowk Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 5 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 4 Leads 
Sindhuli Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
  Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 3 Leads 
Surkhet Maoist Kendra 0 Wins / 7 Leads 
  CPN-UML 0 Wins / 5 Leads 
Syangja CPN-UML 1 Wins / 3 Leads 
  Nepali Congress 0 Wins / 6 Leads 
Humla Maoist Kendra 1 Wins / 0 Leads 

Nepalese Local elections Facts 2017 


Provinces – 3
Districts – 34
Local Units – 283
Polling Locations – 3923
Polling Centres – 6641
Total no of voters – 4,956,927
Municipalities – 92
Village councils – 186

Mayoral and Chairperson Positions
Men – 1723
Women – 157

Deputy Mayoral and chairperson position
Men – 257
women – 1123

Ward Chairperson position
Men – 10,296
women – 448

Ward Member Position
Men – 17,729
Women – 951


Nepalese Local elections Voting Live 2017

Nepalese Local elections will take place on sunday morning 7 am.

  1. Polling stations open from 7am to 5pm on Sunday , May 14.

Nepal Local Elections About 2017 by Council

Local elections were held in 56 municipalities in February 2006 under King Gyanendra but were boycotted by the major political parties and saw low voter turnout. Prior to 2006, the previous elections was held in 1997 with a mandate of five years. Elections were supposed to be held on 2002 but were delayed due to the then ongoing Nepal Civil War.


With the promulgation of the new constitution in 2015, a three-tier governance system was introduced, with national, provincial and local levels of governance. A Local Body Restructuring Commission was established as required by the constitution under the chairmanship of Balananda Paudel. The commission proposed 719 local structures which was revised to 744 by the government. The new local levels were formed by changing the existing cities and village development council and came into existence on 10 March 2017

 

Local Level Type

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Choice
Metropolitan City One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Sub Metropolitan City One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Municipality One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Village Council One Chairman, One Deputy Chairman, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members

 

 


Electoral system of Nepalese

Each Local level will have a Chairman/Mayor and a Deputy chairman/mayor. Local levels are further subdivided into wards which will have a ward chairman and 4 members. Out of the 4 members 2 must be female. All terms are for a total of 5 years. The elections are direct in nature and with the one getting the most ballots is declared the winner

 


Candidates for Local elections 2017

N/A

 

Nepalese Parties and leaders

Leader
Sher Bahadur Deuba
KP Oli
Prachanda
Party
Nepali Congress
Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist)
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre)

 

Nepalese local elections Results 2012

Nepal elections

Nepalese Local elections 2017 Results live Voting Candidate Winners Opinion Poll

Nepalese Local elections 2017 Results live Voting

Nepalese Local elections Dates 2017 

National Local elections Date: 14 May 2017 

The 2017 Nepalese local elections will be held on Thursday 14 May 2017.

Local elections are scheduled to be held in Nepal in two phases on 14 May 2017 and 14 June 2017 in 4 metropolitan cities, 13 sub-metropolitan cities, 241 municipalities and 486 village councils. They are the first local elections for 20 years and the first to be held since the promulgation of the 2015 constitution.

 

Nepalese Local Second Phase Election Results 2017

Results for 325 out of 334

Party Win Lead
UML 146 6
Nepali Congress 118 3
CPN (MC) 38 0
Others 19 0
Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) 4 10

 

Province 1

 

 

 

   
Party Win Lead
CPN-UML 12 47
Nepali Congress 6 50
Maoist Kendra 3 7
Others 0 3
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 0 1
Province 5    
Party Win Lead
Maoist Kendra 8 9
CPN-UML 4 37
Nepali Congress 4 28
Others 2 8
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 0 3
Province 7    
     
Party Win Lead
Nepali Congress 13 22
CPN-UML 13 16
Maoist Kendra 2 10
Others 0 3
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 0 1
Province 3    
     
Party Win  
CPN-UML 64  
Nepali Congress 35  
Maoist Kendra 16  
Others 2  
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 1  
Province 4    
Party Win  
Nepali Congress 44  
CPN-UML 34  
Maoist Kendra 5  
Others 2  
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 0  
Province 6    
Party Win  
CPN-UML 27  
Nepali Congress 25  
Maoist Kendra 25  
Others 2  
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 0  
Total    
     
Party Win Lead
CPN-UML 154 101
Nepali Congress 127 100
Maoist Kendra 59 26
Others 8 14
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 1 5

 


 

Nepalese Local elections Results Live 2017 

In 1st phase, 3 provinces clock 71 % voter turnout according to the Election Commission.

Results will be updated soon for the 3 Provinces and 34 Districts for First phase of nepalese local elections. Second phase is to be conducted on 14 June 2017.

Overall Nepal Local election results 2017 Mayor/Chairperson results

Parties Councils Mayor/Head Deputy Mayor/Head
CPN(UML) 120 125 136
Nepali Congress 65 104 84
CPN (Maoist Centre) 31 46 49
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 1 1 5
Nepal Workers Peasants Party 1 1 1
Independents 0 3 5
Rastriya Janamorcha 0 1 2
Naya Shakti Party, Nepal 0 1 0
No overall control 64 n/a n/a
Total 282 282 282

Nepal Local election results 2017 by Provinces

Province No. 3

Parties Councils Mayor/Head Deputy Mayor/Head Ward Chair Ward Member

 

CPN(UML)

62 64 69 523 2277
Nepali Congress 17 35 31 355 1268
CPN (Maoist Centre) 7 16 16 173 656
Nepal Workers Peasants Party 1 1 1 12 40
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 1 1 1 15 43
Naya Shakti Party, Nepal 0 1 0 5 24
Independents 0 0 0 7 6
Madhesi Jana Adhikar Forum, Nepal (Loktantrik) 0 0 0 2 3
No overall control 30 n/a n/a n/a n/a
Total 118 118 118 1092 4317

Province No. 4

Parties Councils Mayor/Head Deputy Mayor/Head Ward Chair Ward Members
Nepali Congress 33 44 37 342 1350
CPN(UML) 32 34 36 316 1261
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre) 5 5 7 69 267
Rastriya Janamorcha 0 1 2 15 56
Independents 0 1 1 10 32
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 0 0 2 2 12
Naya Shakti Party, Nepal 0 0 0 5 24
Rastriya Janamukti Party 0 0 0 0 2
No overall control 15 n/a n/a n/a n/a
Total 85 85 85 759 3004

Province No. 6

Parties Councils Mayor/Head Deputy Mayor/Head
CPN(UML) 26 27 31
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre) 19 25 26
Nepali Congress 15 25 16
Independents 27 2 4
Rastriya Prajatantra Party 0 0 2
No overall control 19 n/a n/a
Total 79 79 79

 

 

 

 

Read Detailed Nepal Municipality Elections Results here

 

Read Nepal Deputy Municipal Elections Results here


Nepalese Local elections Results Live 2017 by District Municipality

Summary of Kathmandu mayoral election, 2017    
Party Candidate Votes  %
CPN(UML) Bidya Sundar Shakya 64913 32.91
Nepali Congress Raju Raj Joshi 45269 22.95
Bibeksheel Nepali Ranju Darshana 23439 11.88
Independent Kishore Thapa 18496 9.38
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre) Sarvottam Dangol 7906 4.01
Naya Shakti Pabitra Bajracharya 6050 3.07
Others   1213 0.62
Invalid/blank votes   29941 15.18
Total   197227 100
Registered voters/turnout 271221 72.72

Summary of Lalitpur mayoral election, 2017 

 

 Summary of Lalitpur mayoral election, 2017

   
Party Candidate Votes  %
Nepali Congress Chiri Babu Maharjan 24642 27.62

 

CPN(UML)

Hari Krishna Byanjankar 24316 27.26
Independent Ramesh Maharjan 13458 15.09
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre) Dinesh Maharjan 10661 11.95
Others   2037 2.28
Invalid/blank votes   14100 15.8
Total   89214 100

 

Registered voters/turnout

112923 79

Summary of Lalitpur mayoral election, 2017 

Party Candidate Votes  %
CPN(UML) Man Bahadur GC 60423 48.49
Nepali Congress Ramji Kunwar 46416 37.25
Federal Socialist Forum, Nepal Hum Bahadur Gurung 3170 2.54
Rastriya Prajatantra Party Gita Gurung 2272 1.82
Others   1267 1.02
Invalid/blank votes   11066 8.88
Total   124614 100
Registered voters/turnout 168067 75.74

 

Nepalese Local elections Facts 2017 


Provinces – 3
Districts – 34
Local Units – 283
Polling Locations – 3923
Polling Centres – 6641
Total no of voters – 4,956,927
Municipalities – 92
Village councils – 186

Mayoral and Chairperson Positions
Men – 1723
Women – 157

Deputy Mayoral and chairperson position
Men – 257
women – 1123

Ward Chairperson position
Men – 10,296
women – 448

Ward Member Position
Men – 17,729
Women – 951


Nepalese Local elections Voting Live 2017

Nepalese Local elections will take place on sunday morning 7 am.

  1. Polling stations open from 7am to 5pm on Sunday , May 14.

Nepal Local Elections About 2017 by Council

Local elections were held in 56 municipalities in February 2006 under King Gyanendra but were boycotted by the major political parties and saw low voter turnout. Prior to 2006, the previous elections was held in 1997 with a mandate of five years. Elections were supposed to be held on 2002 but were delayed due to the then ongoing Nepal Civil War.


With the promulgation of the new constitution in 2015, a three-tier governance system was introduced, with national, provincial and local levels of governance. A Local Body Restructuring Commission was established as required by the constitution under the chairmanship of Balananda Paudel. The commission proposed 719 local structures which was revised to 744 by the government. The new local levels were formed by changing the existing cities and village development council and came into existence on 10 March 2017

 

Local Level Type

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Choice
Metropolitan City One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Sub Metropolitan City One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Municipality One Mayor, One Deputy Mayor, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members
Village Council One Chairman, One Deputy Chairman, One Ward Chairman, 4 Ward members

 

 


Electoral system of Nepalese

Each Local level will have a Chairman/Mayor and a Deputy chairman/mayor. Local levels are further subdivided into wards which will have a ward chairman and 4 members. Out of the 4 members 2 must be female. All terms are for a total of 5 years. The elections are direct in nature and with the one getting the most ballots is declared the winner

 


Candidates for Local elections 2017

N/A

 

Nepalese Parties and leaders

Leader
Sher Bahadur Deuba
KP Oli
Prachanda
Party
Nepali Congress
Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist)
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre)

 

Nepalese local elections Results 2012

Nepal elections

Bahamas Member of Parliament 2017 by Constituency Party FNM PLP

Bahamas Member of Parliament 2017 by Constituency Party FNM PLP

Bahamas General elections Dates 2017

National General elections Date: 10 May 2017

Bahamas General elections 2017 Results live Voting Opinion Exit Poll has been declared and Hubert Minnis led FNM has swept the elections. Elections in the Bahamas take place in the framework of a parliamentary democracy.

Since independence voter turnout has been generally high in national elections, with a low of 87.9% in 1987 and a high of 98.5% in 1997. There has been two (2) national referendum's and one (1) opinion poll held within the last twenty (20) years. The first, held in 2002, it asked voters five questions ranging from changes to the constitution to the setting up of a national commission on teaching. The first opinion poll, held in January 2013, asked individuals whether they wanted to legalize online gambling. The second national referendum took place on June 7th, 2016, and asked voters four questions pertaining to equal rights within the Bahamas. All three (3) referendum's/opinion polls were rejected.


Bahamas Member of Parliament 2017 by Constituency Party 

Prime Minister-elect Dr Hubert Minnis Speech 

He says: “This was a long fought battle, but the victory is not mine, the victory is yours. This is the people's time and I am your servant.” Read Complete Speech here

Know More About PM Bahamas Hubert Minnis Biography Age Family Kids Here

Prime Minister Perry Christie has conceded defeat says –
“I called Dr. Minnis earlier this evening to congratulate him on his party’s victory. I understand as perhaps few others the challenges that await Dr. Minnis, and I wish him only success on behalf of our nation. He has my full support for a smooth transition. “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as the Prime Minister of this great nation. I want to express my deepest gratitude to the Bahamian people for that opportunity. To those who served alongside me, I thank them for their dedication to our shared ideals. “May God Bless Us All, and May God Bless the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.”

Hubert Minnis FNM Swearing ceremony Prime Minister Bahamas 2017

Party Seats Won
FNM 36
PLP 3 *
DNA 0
IND 0

*Recount of Englerston constituency resulted in new result with former PLP Transport Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin, lose to FNM candidate Raymond Rolle

Bahamas General elections Results Live 2017 by Constituency

Bahamas Cabinet Ministers List 2017 portfolios Names

Bahamas General elections 2017 Results live Winner By Constituency FNM PLP

Free National Movement  35 seats
Hubert Minnis  Killarney
K. Peter Turnquest  East Grand Bahama
Adrian Gibson  Long Island
Brensil Rolle  Garden Hills
Brent Symonette  St. Anne's
Carlton Bowleg Jr.  North Andros & the Berry Islands
Desmond Bannister  Carmichael
D. Halson Moultrie  Nassau Village
Darren Allan Henfield  North Abaco
Dionisio D'Aguilar  Freetown
Donald L. Saunders  Tall Pines
Duane Sands  Elizabeth
Elsworth Johnson  Yamacraw
Frankie Campbell  Southern Shores
Frederick McAlpine  Pineridge
Hank Johnson  Central & South Eleuthera
Iram Lewis  Central Grand Bahama
James Albury  Central &a South Abaco
Jeffrey Lloyd  South Beach
Lanisha Tolle  Sea Breeze
Mark Humes  Fort Charlotte
Marvin Dames  Mount Moriah
Michael Foulkes  Golden Gates
Michael Pintard  Marco City
Miriam Reckly-Emmanuel  MICAL
Pakeisha Parker-Edgecombe  West Grand Bahama & Bimini
Reece Chipman  Centreville
Renward Wells  Bamboo Town
Reuben Rahming  Pinewood
Rickey Mackey  North Eleuthera
Romauld "Romi" Ferreira  Marathon
Shenendon Cartwright  St. Barnabas
Shonel Ferguson  Fox Hill
Travis Robinson  Bain's & Grant's Town
Vaughn Miller  Golden Isles

Results Winners for the PLP
Philip Davis is the unofficial winner of Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador for the PLP

Progressive Liberal Party  4 seats
   
Phillip Davis  Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador
Picewell Forbes  Mangrove Cay & South Andros
Glenys Hanna-Martin  Englerston
Chester Cooper  Exumas & Ragged Island

 

FNM Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest has been speaking about tonight's events: “I am elated by the results. I am humbled and I look forward to serving for another five years and I am certainly committed to the further development of East Grand Bahama and improvements for the people. Overall, I think the margin of victory was very gratifying and humbling. I want to thank the supporters and constituents again for their trust.”

 

Bahamas General elections Voting Live 2017 

  1. The country’s current Prime Minister Perry Christie and the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) will face main opposition, the Free National Movement (FNM).
  2. Perry’s government has been dealing with a high crime rates, allegations of corruption; double-digit unemployment; scandal-ridden cabinet ministers; the falling apart of the mega Baha Mar resort deal, which has yet to open and recently, the PR nightmare following the international scandal of the Fyre Festival.
  3. There are just 180,000 registered voters out of 400,000 residents in the small chain of islands.
  4. 39 seats in the House of Assembly are up for grabs in the election. The party that wins the majority of the seats forms the government.

Electoral system of Bahamas

The Bahamas is a Constitutional Monarchy with a Governor General and a bicameral parliamentary system.

The lower House is made up of single member constituencies, the members of which are elected by universal adult suffrage, using the first past the post system. The Upper House is an appointed Body.


Candidates for General election 2017

Eight candidates have been announced and include businessman Wesley Campbell (Englerston); former teacher Andrew Stewart (Montagu); contractor Obrien Knowles (Carmichael), businesswoman Annmarie Glinton Rolle (Seabreeze); businesswoman Lorraine Arthur (Centreville); businesswoman Denise Wilmore (Marathon); businessman Don Lockhart (Pinewood Gardens) and musician Leroy Butler (Mount Moriah).


Bahamas Parties and leaders

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP),Free National Movement (FNM).Democratic National Alliance (DNA),Bahamas Constitution Party (BCP),United People's Movement (UPM),Bahamas National Coalition Party (BNCP),United Bahamian Party.

 

Bahamas General election Results 2012

Constituency

Winner

Constituency

Winner

Bain Town & Grants Town 

PLP

Mangrove Cay & South Andros

PLP

Bamboo Town 

PLP

Marathon

PLP

Carmichael 

PLP

Marco City

PLP

Cat Island, Rum Cay & San Sal

PLP

MICAL

PLP

Central & South Abaco 

FNM

Montagu

FNM

Central & South Eleuthera 

FNM PLP

Mount Moriah

PLP

Central Grand Bahama 

FNM

Nassau Village

PLP

Centreville 

PLP

North Abaco

FNM

East Grand Bahama 

FNM

North Andros & Berry Islands

PLP

Elizabeth 

PLP

North Eleuthera

FNM

Englerston 

PLP

Pineridge

PLP

Exumas and Ragged Island 

PLP

Pinewood

PLP

Fort Charlotte 

PLP

Seabreeze

PLP

Fox Hill 

PLP

South Beach

PLP

Garden Hills 

PLP

Southern Shores

PLP

Golden Gates 

PLP

St. Anne's

FNM

Golden Isles 

PLP

Tall Pines

PLP

Killarney 

FNM

West Grand Bahama & Bimini

PLP

Long Island 

FNM

Yamacraw

PLP

Bahamas General elections 2017 Results Dates Voting Opinion Poll 

Bahamas General elections 2017 Results live Winner by Constituency Candidate Vote%

Bahamas General elections 2017 Results live Winner By Constituency Candidate

Bahamas General elections Dates 2017

National General elections Date: 10 May 2017

Bahamas General elections 2017 Results live Voting Opinion Exit Poll has been declared and Hubert Minnis led FNM has swept the elections. Elections in the Bahamas take place in the framework of a parliamentary democracy.

Since independence voter turnout has been generally high in national elections, with a low of 87.9% in 1987 and a high of 98.5% in 1997. There has been two (2) national referendum's and one (1) opinion poll held within the last twenty (20) years. The first, held in 2002, it asked voters five questions ranging from changes to the constitution to the setting up of a national commission on teaching. The first opinion poll, held in January 2013, asked individuals whether they wanted to legalize online gambling. The second national referendum took place on June 7th, 2016, and asked voters four questions pertaining to equal rights within the Bahamas. All three (3) referendum's/opinion polls were rejected.


Bahamas General elections 2017 Results live Winner By Constituency Party

Prime Minister-elect Dr Hubert Minnis Speech 

He says: “This was a long fought battle, but the victory is not mine, the victory is yours. This is the people's time and I am your servant.” Read Complete Speech here

Know More About PM Bahamas Hubert Minnis Biography Age Family Kids Here

Prime Minister Perry Christie has conceded defeat says –
“I called Dr. Minnis earlier this evening to congratulate him on his party’s victory. I understand as perhaps few others the challenges that await Dr. Minnis, and I wish him only success on behalf of our nation. He has my full support for a smooth transition. “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as the Prime Minister of this great nation. I want to express my deepest gratitude to the Bahamian people for that opportunity. To those who served alongside me, I thank them for their dedication to our shared ideals. “May God Bless Us All, and May God Bless the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.”

Hubert Minnis FNM Swearing ceremony Prime Minister Bahamas 2017

Party Seats Won
FNM 35
PLP 4
DNA 0
IND 0

*Recount of Englerston constituency resulted in new result with former PLP Transport Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin, lose to FNM candidate Raymond Rolle

Bahamas General elections Results Live 2017 by Constituency

Bahamas Cabinet Ministers List 2017 portfolios Names

  1. FNM Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest wins East Grand Bahama.
  2. Southern Shores – Frankie Campbell FNM.
  3. Philip 'Brave' Davis wins Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador – PLP
  4. Shenendon Cartwright takes St Barnabas and Desmond Bannister wins Carmichael – FNM
  5. Confirmed results for Long Island and Central And South Eleuthera – FNM wins

 

 

Bahamas General elections 2017 Results live Winner By Constituency

Bahamas General elections 2017 Results live Winner By Constituency FNM PLP

Results Winners for the FNM are from following Consitutencies 

Free National Movement  35 seats
Hubert Minnis  Killarney
K. Peter Turnquest  East Grand Bahama
Adrian Gibson  Long Island
Brensil Rolle  Garden Hills
Brent Symonette  St. Anne's
Carlton Bowleg Jr.  North Andros & the Berry Islands
Desmond Bannister  Carmichael
D. Halson Moultrie  Nassau Village
Darren Allan Henfield  North Abaco
Dionisio D'Aguilar  Freetown
Donald L. Saunders  Tall Pines
Duane Sands  Elizabeth
Elsworth Johnson  Yamacraw
Frankie Campbell  Southern Shores
Frederick McAlpine  Pineridge
Hank Johnson  Central & South Eleuthera
Iram Lewis  Central Grand Bahama
James Albury  Central &a South Abaco
Jeffrey Lloyd  South Beach
Lanisha Tolle  Sea Breeze
Mark Humes  Fort Charlotte
Marvin Dames  Mount Moriah
Michael Foulkes  Golden Gates
Michael Pintard  Marco City
Miriam Reckly-Emmanuel  MICAL
Pakeisha Parker-Edgecombe  West Grand Bahama & Bimini
Reece Chipman  Centreville
Renward Wells  Bamboo Town
Reuben Rahming  Pinewood
Rickey Mackey  North Eleuthera
Romauld "Romi" Ferreira  Marathon
Shenendon Cartwright  St. Barnabas
Shonel Ferguson  Fox Hill
Travis Robinson  Bain's & Grant's Town
Vaughn Miller  Golden Isles

Results Winners for the PLP

Philip Davis is the unofficial winner of Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador for the PLP

Progressive Liberal Party  4 seats
   
Phillip Davis  Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador
Picewell Forbes  Mangrove Cay & South Andros
Glenys Hanna-Martin  Englerston
Chester Cooper  Exumas & Ragged Island

 

 

 


 

 

  1. FNM Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest has been speaking about tonight's events: “I am elated by the results. I am humbled and I look forward to serving for another five years and I am certainly committed to the further development of East Grand Bahama and improvements for the people. Overall, I think the margin of victory was very gratifying and humbling. I want to thank the supporters and constituents again for their trust.”

 

Bahamas General elections Voting Live 2017 

  1. The country’s current Prime Minister Perry Christie and the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) will face main opposition, the Free National Movement (FNM).
  2. Perry’s government has been dealing with a high crime rates, allegations of corruption; double-digit unemployment; scandal-ridden cabinet ministers; the falling apart of the mega Baha Mar resort deal, which has yet to open and recently, the PR nightmare following the international scandal of the Fyre Festival.
  3. There are just 180,000 registered voters out of 400,000 residents in the small chain of islands.
  4. 39 seats in the House of Assembly are up for grabs in the election. The party that wins the majority of the seats forms the government.

Bahamas General elections Results Live 2017

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Candidate

Vote %

   
   
 

 

Electoral system of Bahamas

The Bahamas is a Constitutional Monarchy with a Governor General and a bicameral parliamentary system.

The lower House is made up of single member constituencies, the members of which are elected by universal adult suffrage, using the first past the post system. The Upper House is an appointed Body.


Candidates for General election 2017

Eight candidates have been announced and include businessman Wesley Campbell (Englerston); former teacher Andrew Stewart (Montagu); contractor Obrien Knowles (Carmichael), businesswoman Annmarie Glinton Rolle (Seabreeze); businesswoman Lorraine Arthur (Centreville); businesswoman Denise Wilmore (Marathon); businessman Don Lockhart (Pinewood Gardens) and musician Leroy Butler (Mount Moriah).


Bahamas Parties and leaders

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP),Free National Movement (FNM).Democratic National Alliance (DNA),Bahamas Constitution Party (BCP),United People's Movement (UPM),Bahamas National Coalition Party (BNCP),United Bahamian Party.

 

Bahamas General election Results 2012

Constituency

Winner

Constituency

Winner

Bain Town & Grants Town 

PLP

Mangrove Cay & South Andros

PLP

Bamboo Town 

PLP

Marathon

PLP

Carmichael 

PLP

Marco City

PLP

Cat Island, Rum Cay & San Sal

PLP

MICAL

PLP

Central & South Abaco 

FNM

Montagu

FNM

Central & South Eleuthera 

FNM PLP

Mount Moriah

PLP

Central Grand Bahama 

FNM

Nassau Village

PLP

Centreville 

PLP

North Abaco

FNM

East Grand Bahama 

FNM

North Andros & Berry Islands

PLP

Elizabeth 

PLP

North Eleuthera

FNM

Englerston 

PLP

Pineridge

PLP

Exumas and Ragged Island 

PLP

Pinewood

PLP

Fort Charlotte 

PLP

Seabreeze

PLP

Fox Hill 

PLP

South Beach

PLP

Garden Hills 

PLP

Southern Shores

PLP

Golden Gates 

PLP

St. Anne's

FNM

Golden Isles 

PLP

Tall Pines

PLP

Killarney 

FNM

West Grand Bahama & Bimini

PLP

Long Island 

FNM

Yamacraw

PLP

Bahamas General elections 2017 Results Dates Voting Opinion Poll 

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Exit Poll Results Live

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Exit Poll

South Korean Presidential elections Dates 2017 : 09 May 2017

The 19th South Korean presidential election is scheduled to be held on 9 May 2017, after the impeachment and dismissal of incumbent Park Geun-hye. Under present law, the election will be decided in a single round on a first-past-the-post basis.
The election was originally scheduled to be held on or before 20 December 2017, but was moved after the decision of the Constitutional Court to uphold the parliament's impeachment of Park Geun-hye. In the meantime, Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn succeeded Park as acting president. After Park was removed from office by the Constitutional Court, acting president Hwang has indicated he will not run for a term in his own right.


Once party primaries had been held in early April, opinion polling predicted that the Democratic Party's Moon Jae-in, runner-up in the 2012 election, and People's Party founder Ahn Cheol-soo would be the two frontrunners, tending to give Moon a lead over Ahn.

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Result Live Details by Provinces Cities

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Opinion Poll Details

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Voting Live Details


South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Exit Polls Live Details

  1. The Democratic Party's Moon Jae-in is expected to win the South Korean presidential election, according to an exit poll conducted by the country's three major broadcasters.
  2. Exit polls showed Moon in first place with 41.4% of the vote, followed by conservative candidate Hong Jun-pyo at 23.3% and centrist Ahn Cheol-soo with 21.8%.
  3. He is expected to reshape Seoul's policy on North Korea, by challenging the deployment of the US missile defense system, THAAD, and opening talks with Pyongyang.

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Voting Live Details

  1. Polls will close at 8 p.m. Seoul time, with results expected as early as around 2 a.m. Seoul time
  2. Moon Jae-in of the Democratic Party of Korea is leading with 35-40 % where as
  3. Ahn Cheol-soo, the candidate of the People's Party, and  – 18%
  4. ultra-conservative Liberty Party of Korea's Hong Joon-pyo -18%
  5. 51 million Voters will vote for President on Tuesday
  6. Latest polls have put Democratic Party's Moon Jae-in in the lead.
  7. In Dec former president Park Geun was impeached for leaking government secrets to her confidante, bribery, abuse of power and coercion.
  8. The final round of polls shows the progressive Democratic Party’s Moon Jae-in leading with about 40 percent support.

Candidates for Presidential election 2017

1

Moon Jae-in      Democratic
2 Hong Jun-pyo      Liberty Korea
3 Ahn Cheol-soo      People's
4 Yoo Seung-min      Bareun
5 Sim Sang-jung      Justice
6 Cho Won-jin      Saenuri
7 Oh Young-guk      Economic Patriot Party
8 Chang Sung-min      Grand National Unity Party
9 Lee Jae-oh      New Party 2018
10 Kim Sun-dong      People's United
11 Nam Jae-jun      Patriotic Korea Party
12 Lee Kyung-hee      Korean People's Party
13 Kim Jung-son      Future Korean Peninsula Union
14 Yoon Hong-sik      Hongik Party
15 Kim Min-chan      Independent

South Korea Parties and leaders 

The six parties represented in the National Assembly are the liberal Democratic Party of Korea, the conservative Liberty Korea Party, the centrist People's Party, the liberal conservative Bareun Party, the progressive Justice Party, and Pro-Park Geun-hye conservative Saenuri Party.
Ballot numbers for party candidates were given according to the candidate's party seat distribution in the National Assembly. Ballot numbers for independent and minor party candidates were determined through a random lottery by the National Election Commission.

Main Parties and Leaders for South Korean Presidential Elections 2017 are

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moon Jae-in      Democratic
2 Hong Jun-pyo      Liberty Korea
3 Ahn Cheol-soo      People's
4 Yoo Seung-min      Bareun
5 Sim Sang-jung      Justice

 

South Korean Presidential Primary election Results 2012

Candidates were determined by an open primary of citizens who registered as a voter between February 15 to March 9, and March 12 to March 21. Overall, 2,144,840 people registered as a primary voter, making the primary largest in Korean history. The primary was conducted from March 22 to April 3, with the voting base divided by four regions: Honam, Yeongnam, Hoseo and Seoul Capital Area, Gangwon Province, and Jeju Province as a single region. 71.6% of the registered voters voted in the primary, putting the vote total at 1,642,640. Candidate were: Moon Jae-in, former party chairman (2015–16), member of the National Assembly for Busan Sasang District (2012–16), 2012 Democratic United Party presidential candidate, Ahn Hee-jung, Governor of South Chungcheong Province (2010–present), Choi Sung, Mayor of Goyang (2010–present), former member of the National Assembly for Goyang (2004–08), and Lee Jae-myung, Mayor of Seongnam (2010–present).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Candidate

 

 

 

 

 

 

Place Votes Percentage
Moon Jae-in Nominated 936419 57.00%
Ahn Hee-jung 2nd 353631 21.50%
Lee Jae-myung 3rd 347647 21.20%
Choi Sung 4th 4943 0.30%
    1642677 100.00%

South Korea Elections 2017

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Results Live by Region Provinces Cities

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Results Live

South Korean Presidential elections Dates 2017 : 09 May 2017

The 19th South Korean presidential election is scheduled to be held on 9 May 2017, after the impeachment and dismissal of incumbent Park Geun-hye. Under present law, the election will be decided in a single round on a first-past-the-post basis.
The election was originally scheduled to be held on or before 20 December 2017, but was moved after the decision of the Constitutional Court to uphold the parliament's impeachment of Park Geun-hye. In the meantime, Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn succeeded Park as acting president. After Park was removed from office by the Constitutional Court, acting president Hwang has indicated he will not run for a term in his own right.


Once party primaries had been held in early April, opinion polling predicted that the Democratic Party's Moon Jae-in, runner-up in the 2012 election, and People's Party founder Ahn Cheol-soo would be the two frontrunners, tending to give Moon a lead over Ahn.

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Result Live Details by Provinces Cities

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Opinion Poll Details

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Voting Live Details


South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Results Live Details

Moon, the Democratic Party's candidate to replace ousted President Park Geun-hye, was declared the winner by the country's National Election Commission. With 100% of the votes counted, Moon won with 41.08%, the commission said.

According to the commission, 13,423,800 voters selected Moon Jae-in as their preference for President.

regions · provinces · cities

Moon Jae-in Hong Jun-pyo
        Liberty Korea
           
    Democratic    
    Votes % Votes %
Sudogwon Seoul 2781345 42.3 1365285 21
  Incheon 747090 41.2 379191 21
  Gyeonggi 3319812 42.1 1637345 21
Gangwon   324768 34.2 284909 30
Chungcheong Daejeon 404545 42.9 191376 20
  North Chungcheong 374806 38.6 255502 26
  South Chungcheong 476661 38.6 306614 25
  Sejong 77767 51.1 23211 15
Honam Gwangju 583847 61.1 14882 1.6
(Jeolla) North Jeolla 778747 64.8 40231 3.3
  South Jeolla 737921 59.9 30221 2.5
Yeongnam Busan 872127 38.7 720484 32
(Gyeongsang) Ulsan 282794 38.1 203602 28
  Daegu 342620 21.8 714205 45
  North Gyeongsang 369726 21.7 827237 49
  South Gyeongsang 779731 36.7 790491 37
Jeju   169493 45.5 68063 18
Foreign national        

Results are expected as early as around 2 a.m. Seoul time. Financial markets in South Korea will be shut on Tuesday.

Provinces Cities Votes %
Sudogwon Seoul    
  Incheon    
  Gyeonggi    
Gangwon      
Chungcheong Daejeon    
  North Chungcheong    
  South Chungcheong    
  Sejong    
Honam Gwangju    
(Jeolla) North Jeolla    
  South Jeolla    
Yeongnam Busan    
(Gyeongsang) Ulsan    
  Daegu    
  North Gyeongsang    
  South Gyeongsang    
Jeju      
Foreign national      

 

 

 

 

 

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Voting Live Details

  1. Polls will close at 8 p.m. Seoul time, with results expected as early as around 2 a.m. Seoul time
  2. Moon Jae-in of the Democratic Party of Korea is leading with 35-40 % where as
  3. Ahn Cheol-soo, the candidate of the People's Party, and  – 18%
  4. ultra-conservative Liberty Party of Korea's Hong Joon-pyo -18%
  5. 51 million Voters will vote for President on Tuesday
  6. Latest polls have put Democratic Party's Moon Jae-in in the lead.
  7. In Dec former president Park Geun was impeached for leaking government secrets to her confidante, bribery, abuse of power and coercion.
  8. The final round of polls shows the progressive Democratic Party’s Moon Jae-in leading with about 40 percent support.

Candidates for Presidential election 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moon Jae-in      Democratic
2 Hong Jun-pyo      Liberty Korea
3 Ahn Cheol-soo      People's
4 Yoo Seung-min      Bareun
5 Sim Sang-jung      Justice
6 Cho Won-jin      Saenuri
7 Oh Young-guk      Economic Patriot Party
8 Chang Sung-min      Grand National Unity Party
9 Lee Jae-oh      New Party 2018
10 Kim Sun-dong      People's United
11 Nam Jae-jun      Patriotic Korea Party
12 Lee Kyung-hee      Korean People's Party
13 Kim Jung-son      Future Korean Peninsula Union
14 Yoon Hong-sik      Hongik Party
15 Kim Min-chan      Independent

South Korea Parties and leaders 

The six parties represented in the National Assembly are the liberal Democratic Party of Korea, the conservative Liberty Korea Party, the centrist People's Party, the liberal conservative Bareun Party, the progressive Justice Party, and Pro-Park Geun-hye conservative Saenuri Party.
Ballot numbers for party candidates were given according to the candidate's party seat distribution in the National Assembly. Ballot numbers for independent and minor party candidates were determined through a random lottery by the National Election Commission.

Main Parties and Leaders for South Korean Presidential Elections 2017 are

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Moon Jae-in      Democratic
2 Hong Jun-pyo      Liberty Korea
3 Ahn Cheol-soo      People's
4 Yoo Seung-min      Bareun
5 Sim Sang-jung      Justice

 

South Korean Presidential Primary election Results 2012

Candidates were determined by an open primary of citizens who registered as a voter between February 15 to March 9, and March 12 to March 21. Overall, 2,144,840 people registered as a primary voter, making the primary largest in Korean history. The primary was conducted from March 22 to April 3, with the voting base divided by four regions: Honam, Yeongnam, Hoseo and Seoul Capital Area, Gangwon Province, and Jeju Province as a single region. 71.6% of the registered voters voted in the primary, putting the vote total at 1,642,640. Candidate were: Moon Jae-in, former party chairman (2015–16), member of the National Assembly for Busan Sasang District (2012–16), 2012 Democratic United Party presidential candidate, Ahn Hee-jung, Governor of South Chungcheong Province (2010–present), Choi Sung, Mayor of Goyang (2010–present), former member of the National Assembly for Goyang (2004–08), and Lee Jae-myung, Mayor of Seongnam (2010–present).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Place Votes Percentage
Moon Jae-in Nominated 936419 57.00%
Ahn Hee-jung 2nd 353631 21.50%
Lee Jae-myung 3rd 347647 21.20%
Choi Sung 4th 4943 0.30%
    1642677 100.00%

South Korea Elections 2017

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Voting Live Results

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Voting Live

South Korean Presidential elections Dates 2017 : 09 May 2017

The 19th South Korean presidential election is scheduled to be held on 9 May 2017, after the impeachment and dismissal of incumbent Park Geun-hye. Under present law, the election will be decided in a single round on a first-past-the-post basis.
The election was originally scheduled to be held on or before 20 December 2017, but was moved after the decision of the Constitutional Court to uphold the parliament's impeachment of Park Geun-hye. In the meantime, Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn succeeded Park as acting president. After Park was removed from office by the Constitutional Court, acting president Hwang has indicated he will not run for a term in his own right.


Once party primaries had been held in early April, opinion polling predicted that the Democratic Party's Moon Jae-in, runner-up in the 2012 election, and People's Party founder Ahn Cheol-soo would be the two frontrunners, tending to give Moon a lead over Ahn.

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Result Live Details by Provinces Cities

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Opinion Poll Details

South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Voting Live Details


South Korean Presidential elections 2017 Voting Live Details

  1. Polls will close at 8 p.m. Seoul time, with results expected as early as around 2 a.m. Seoul time
  2. Moon Jae-in of the Democratic Party of Korea is leading with 35-40 % where as
  3. Ahn Cheol-soo, the candidate of the People's Party, and  – 18%
  4. ultra-conservative Liberty Party of Korea's Hong Joon-pyo -18%
  5. 51 million Voters will vote for President on Tuesday
  6. Latest polls have put Democratic Party's Moon Jae-in in the lead.
  7. In Dec former president Park Geun was impeached for leaking government secrets to her confidante, bribery, abuse of power and coercion.
  8. The final round of polls shows the progressive Democratic Party’s Moon Jae-in leading with about 40 percent support.

Candidates for Presidential election 2017


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Moon Jae-in      Democratic
2 Hong Jun-pyo      Liberty Korea
3 Ahn Cheol-soo      People's
4 Yoo Seung-min      Bareun
5 Sim Sang-jung      Justice
6 Cho Won-jin      Saenuri
7 Oh Young-guk      Economic Patriot Party
8 Chang Sung-min      Grand National Unity Party
9 Lee Jae-oh      New Party 2018
10 Kim Sun-dong      People's United
11 Nam Jae-jun      Patriotic Korea Party
12 Lee Kyung-hee      Korean People's Party
13 Kim Jung-son      Future Korean Peninsula Union
14 Yoon Hong-sik      Hongik Party
15 Kim Min-chan      Independent

South Korea Parties and leaders 

The six parties represented in the National Assembly are the liberal Democratic Party of Korea, the conservative Liberty Korea Party, the centrist People's Party, the liberal conservative Bareun Party, the progressive Justice Party, and Pro-Park Geun-hye conservative Saenuri Party.
Ballot numbers for party candidates were given according to the candidate's party seat distribution in the National Assembly. Ballot numbers for independent and minor party candidates were determined through a random lottery by the National Election Commission.

Main Parties and Leaders for South Korean Presidential Elections 2017 are

 

 

 

 

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Moon Jae-in      Democratic
2 Hong Jun-pyo      Liberty Korea
3 Ahn Cheol-soo      People's
4 Yoo Seung-min      Bareun
5 Sim Sang-jung      Justice

 

South Korean Presidential Primary election Results 2012

Candidates were determined by an open primary of citizens who registered as a voter between February 15 to March 9, and March 12 to March 21. Overall, 2,144,840 people registered as a primary voter, making the primary largest in Korean history. The primary was conducted from March 22 to April 3, with the voting base divided by four regions: Honam, Yeongnam, Hoseo and Seoul Capital Area, Gangwon Province, and Jeju Province as a single region. 71.6% of the registered voters voted in the primary, putting the vote total at 1,642,640. Candidate were: Moon Jae-in, former party chairman (2015–16), member of the National Assembly for Busan Sasang District (2012–16), 2012 Democratic United Party presidential candidate, Ahn Hee-jung, Governor of South Chungcheong Province (2010–present), Choi Sung, Mayor of Goyang (2010–present), former member of the National Assembly for Goyang (2004–08), and Lee Jae-myung, Mayor of Seongnam (2010–present).

 

 

 

 

Candidate

 

 

 

 

Place Votes Percentage
Moon Jae-in Nominated 936419 57.00%
Ahn Hee-jung 2nd 353631 21.50%
Lee Jae-myung 3rd 347647 21.20%
Choi Sung 4th 4943 0.30%
    1642677 100.00%

South Korea Elections 2017

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