Danish General Election 2019 Results Voting Live

Danish General Election 2019 Results Voting Live

Danish General Election 2019 Results Voting Live

Danish General Election 2019 Date: 5 June 2019 

General elections will be held in the Kingdom of Denmark on 5 June 2019. All 179 members of the Folketing will be elected, 175 in Denmark proper, two in the Faroe Islands and two in Greenland. The election will be held 10 days after European Parliament elections in Denmark.


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The electoral system of Denmark

Of the 179 members of the Folketing, 175 are elected in Denmark proper, two in the Faroe Islands and two in Greenland. In Denmark, there are ten multi-member constituencies containing a total of 135 seats directly elected by proportional representation, with seats allocated using a modified version of the Sainte-Laguë method and Hare quota. An additional 40 seats are used to address an imbalance in the distribution of the constituency seats and are distributed among all parties that cross the 2% election threshold, according to their national vote share.

Voters can choose between casting a personal vote for a candidate or voting for a political party. The votes given to political parties are distributed among the candidates for that party. This can either be done in proportion to their personal votes or by giving them to candidates in a predetermined order. All parties except the Red-Green Alliance make use of the first option.

According to the Danish Constitution, the 2019 election was required to be held no later than 17 June 2019, as the previous elections were held on 18 June 2015. The Prime Minister is able to call the election at any date, provided that date is no later than four years from the previous election, and this is often cited as a tactical advantage for the sitting government, which can call an early election when polls are favourable.

For a new party to become eligible to participate in the election, they must be supported by a number of voters corresponding to 1/175 of all valid votes cast in the previous election. A new party registering to contest the 2019 elections required 20,109 voter declarations to participate.


Denmark election results 2019

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Denmark proper
Social Democrats (A) 914,882 25.9 48 +1
Venstre (V) 826,161 23.4 43 +9
Danish People's Party (O) 308,513 8.7 16 –21
Danish Social Liberal Party (B) 304,714 8.6 16 +8
Socialist People's Party (F) 272,304 7.7 14 +7
Red–Green Alliance (Ø) 245,100 6.9 13 –1
Conservative People's Party (C) 233,865 6.6 12 +6
The Alternative (Å) 104,278 3.0 5 –4
The New Right (D) 83,201 2.4 4 New
Liberal Alliance (I) 82,270 2.3 4 –9
Hard Line (P) 63,114 1.8 0 New
Christian Democrats (K) 60,944 1.7 0 0
Klaus Riskær Pedersen (E) 29,600 0.8 0 New
Independents 2,774 0.1 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 37,801
Total 3,569,521 100 175 0
Registered voters/turnout 4,219,537 84.6
Faroe Islands
Union Party 7,349 28.3 1 +1
Social Democratic Party 6,630 25.5 1 0
People's Party 6,181 23.8 0 0
Republic 4,830 18.6 0 –1
Progress 639 2.5 0 0
Self-Government Party 333 1.3 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 244
Total 26,206 100 2 0
Registered voters/turnout 37,264 70.3
Greenland
Inuit Ataqatigiit 6,881 33.4 1 0
Siumut 6,058 29.4 1 0
Democrats 2,262 11.0 0 0
Nunatta Qitornai 1,616 7.8 0 New
Partii Naleraq 1,565 7.6 0 0
Atassut 1,099 5.3 0 0
Cooperation Party 520 2.5 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 614
Total 20,615 100 2 0
Registered voters/turnout 41,344 49.9

Denmark Parties and leaders

 

Party Leader
Social Democrats Mette Frederiksen
Danish People's Party Kristian Thulesen Dahl
Venstre Lars Løkke Rasmussen
Red-Green Alliance Pernille Skipper[a]
Liberal Alliance Anders Samulesen
The Alternative Uffe Elbæk
Social Liberals Morten Østergaard
Socialist People's Party Pia Olsen Dyhr
Conservative Søren Pape Poulsen
Christian Democrats Isabella Arendt 
The New Right Pernille Vermund
Klaus Riskær Pedersen Klaus Riskær Pedersen
Hard Line Rasmus Paludan

Denmark past election results 

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Denmark proper
Social Democrats (A) 924,940 26.3 47 +3
Danish People's Party (O) 741,746 21.1 37 +15
Venstre (V) 685,188 19.5 34 –13
Red–Green Alliance (Ø) 274,463 7.8 14 +2
Liberal Alliance (I) 265,129 7.5 13 +4
The Alternative (Å) 168,788 4.8 9 New
Danish Social Liberal Party (B) 161,009 4.6 8 –9
Socialist People's Party (F) 147,578 4.2 7 –9
Conservative People's Party (C) 118,003 3.4 6 –2
Christian Democrats (K) 29,077 0.8 0 0
Independents 3,066 0.1 0
Invalid/blank votes 41,073
Total 3,560,060 100 175 0
Registered voters/turnout 4,145,105 85.9

Belgian Federal Election 2019 Voting Live

Belgian Federal Election 2019 Voting Live

Belgian Federal Election 2019 Voting Live

Belgian Federal Election 2019 Voting Date: 26 May 2019 

The 2019 Belgian federal election will take place on the same day as the 2019 European Parliament elections and the 2019 Belgian regional elections, being 26 May 2019, unless snap elections are called.

In the election, all 150 members of the Chamber of Representatives will be elected in eleven multi-member constituencies.


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The electoral system of Belgian 

The 150 members of the Chamber of Representatives will be elected in 11 multi-member constituencies, being the ten provinces and Brussels, with between 4 and 24 seats. Seats are allocated using the d'Hondt method, with an electoral threshold of 5% per constituency.

Representatives elected from the five Flemish provinces, Antwerp (24), East Flanders (20), Flemish Brabant (15), Limburg (12) and West Flanders (16), automatically belong to the Dutch-speaking language group in parliament, whereas those elected from the five Walloon provinces, Hainaut (18), Liège (15), Luxembourg (4), Namur (6) and Walloon Brabant (5), form the French-speaking language group. The 15 members elected in Brussels may choose to join either group, though de facto only French-speaking parties reach the threshold. Apportionment of seats is done every ten years in accordance with population data, last by royal order of 31 January 2013.

The 60-member Senate is composed of 50 representatives from the regional and community parliaments, plus 10 co-opted senators proportionally divided among parties based on the result of the federal election.

All Belgian citizens aged 18 or over are obligated to participate in the election. Non-Belgian citizens residing in Belgium (regardless of EU citizenship) cannot vote, whereas Belgian citizens living abroad may register to vote.


Belgian Parties and leaders

 

Political party Party leader Seats
Flemish parties in Parliament
New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) Bart De Wever (since 2004, re-elected in 2008, 2011, 2014, and 2017) 33 (opposition)
Christian Democratic and Flemish (CD&V) Wouter Beke (since 2010, re-elected in 2016) 18 (government)
Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats (Open Vld) Gwendolyn Rutten (since 2012, re-elected in 2016) 14 (government)
Socialist Party Different (sp.a) John Crombez (since 2015, defeating incumbent Bruno Tobback) 13 (opposition)
Green (Groen) Meyrem Almaci (since 2014) 6 (opposition)
Flemish Interest (Vlaams Belang) Tom Van Grieken (since 2014) 3 (opposition)
French-speaking parties in Parliament
Socialist Party (PS) Elio Di Rupo (since 1999, except during 2011-2014 while Prime Minister) 23 (opposition)
Reformist Movement (MR) Olivier Chastel (since 2014, replacing Charles Michel who became Prime Minister) 20 (government)
Humanist Democratic Centre (cdH) Maxime Prévot (since 2019) 9 (opposition)
Ecolo (Ecolo) Zakia Khattabi & Patrick Dupriez (since 2015) 6 (opposition)
Democratic Federalist Independent (DéFI) Olivier Maingain (since 1995) 2 (opposition)
People's Party (Parti Populaire) Mischaël Modrikamen (since 2009) 1 (opposition)
National (bilingual) parties in Parliament
Workers' Party (PVDA-PTB) Peter Mertens (since 2008) 2 (opposition)

Belgian past election results 

Party Leader(s) Votes % E.c. % Seats
New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) Bart De Wever 1,366,397 20.26 32.22

33 / 150

Socialist Party (PS) Elio Di Rupo 787,058 11.67 31.43

23 / 150

Christian Democratic & Flemish (CD&V) Wouter Beke 783,040 11.61 18.47

18 / 150

Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats (Open Vld) Gwendolyn Rutten 659,571 9.78 15.55

14 / 150

Reformist Movement (MR) Charles Michel 650,260 9.64 25.96

20 / 150

Socialist Party–Differently (sp.a) Bruno Tobback 595,466 8.83 14.04

13 / 150

Green (Groen) Wouter Van Besien 358,947 5.32 8.46

6 / 150

Humanist Democratic Centre (cdH) Benoît Lutgen 336,184 4.98 13.43

9 / 150

Workers' Party (PTB–GO!/PVDA+)

 

Peter Mertens
PVDA+
PTB–GO!
251,276
118,333
132,943
3.72
1.75
1.97

3.24
5.31

2 / 150

 

Flemish Interest (Vlaams Belang) Gerolf Annemans 247,738 3.67 5.84

3 / 150

Ecolo Olivier Deleuze & Emily Hoyos 222,524 3.30 8.89

6 / 150

Francophone Democratic Federalists (FDF) Olivier Maingain 121,384 1.80 4.85

2 / 150

People's Party (Parti Populaire) Mischaël Modrikamen 102,581 1.52 4.10

1 / 150

Libertarian, Direct, Democratic (LDD) Jean-Marie Dedecker 28,414 0.42 0.67

0 / 150

Others (parties that received less than 1% of the overall vote) 233,707 3.47

0 / 150

Valid votes 6,744,547 94.23  
Blank and invalid votes 412,951 5.77
Totals 7,157,498 100.00

150 / 150

Electorate and voter turnout 8,008,776 89.37

Switzerland Referendums Election 2019 Voting Live

Switzerland Referendums Election 2019 Voting Live

Switzerland Referendums Election 2019 Voting Live

Switzerland Referendums Election 2019 Voting Live Date: 19 May 2019 

Several federal votes will be held in Switzerland during 2019. Voting took place on 10 February, and two referendums are scheduled for 19 May. Federal elections will take place on 20 October, which led the Swiss Federal Council to postpone the November round of voting until 2020.

 


About Switzerland Referendums

Voters will vote on two popular initiatives:

  • The first is an initiative to change corporate tax law and reform the old age pension system. Among other changes, the law would change the tax rate on shareholder dividends and the limits on tax break on profits from patents and deductions for investment in research and development. A separate law on corporate taxes and the old age pension system was rejected in 2017.
  • The second is an initiative to challenge gun law reform passed in 2018. This reform was passed to bring Swiss gun regulations in line with changes to EU regulations and included changes to how automatic and semi-automatic guns are legally purchased. The initiative would reject the law passed in 2018.

 


Switzerland past election results 

Party Votes % Seats %
Swiss People's Party 740,967 29.4 65 32.5
Social Democratic Party 475,071 18.8 43 21.5
FDP.The Liberals 413,444 16.4 33 16.5
Christian Democratic People's Party 293,653 11.6 27 13.5
Green Party 177,944 7.1 11 5.5
Green Liberal Party 116,641 4.4 7 3.5
Conservative Democratic Party 103,476 4.1 7 3.5
Evangelical People's Party   1.9 2 1
Federal Democratic Union   1.2 0
Alternative Left   1.2 0
Ticino League   1 2 1
Solidarity   0.5 0
Swiss Party of Labour   0.4 1 0.5
Geneva Citizens' Movement   0.3 1 0.5
Christian Social Party   0.2 0
Swiss Democrats   0.1 0
Others   1.4 1 0.5
Total 2,521,502 100 200 100
Registered voters/turnout 5,295,506 48.4

Lithuanian Presidential Election 2019 Voting Live

Lithuanian Presidential Election 2019 Voting Live

Lithuanian Presidential Election 2019 Voting Live

Lithuanian General Election 2019 Date: 12 May 2019 

Presidential elections were held in Lithuania on 12 May 2019, with a second round to be held on 26 May 2019. No candidate obtained 50% of the vote in the first round, resulting in a second round between the top two candidates, Ingrida Šimonytė and Gitanas Nausėda.

Due to a constitutional limit of two terms in office, incumbent president Dalia Grybauskaitė was unable to run, having won the 2009 and 2014 elections.

 


Lithuanian General Election Voting Live 2019

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The electoral system of Lithuania

The elections were held using the two-round system. To win in the first round, a candidate required an absolute majority of the vote and either voter turnout to be above 50% or for their vote share to be equivalent to at least one-third of the number of registered voters. If no candidate wins in the first round, a second round is required, featuring the top two candidates.


Lithuania election results 2019 I Round

Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Ingrida Šimonytė Independent 441,860 31.21    
Gitanas Nausėda Independent 437,925 30.93    
Saulius Skvernelis Independent 278,493 19.67  
Vytenis Andriukaitis Social Democratic Party of Lithuania 67,758 4.79
Arvydas Juozaitis Independent 66,423 4.69
Valdemar Tomaševski Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania 56,398 3.98
Mindaugas Puidokas Independent 36,538 2.58
Naglis Puteikis Lithuanian Centre Party 11,204 0.79
Valentinas Mazuronis Independent 9,157 0.65
Invalid/blank votes 9,893 0.70    
Total 1,415,649 100    
Registered voters/turnout 2,486,917 56.80  

Lithuania Parties and leaders

 

Party  Candidate
Lithuanian Centre Party Naglis Puteikis
Independent Valentinas Mazuronis
Independent Gitanas Nausėda
Independent Arvydas Juozaitis
Independent Ingrida Šimonytė
Social Democratic Party of Lithuania Vytenis Andriukaitis
Social Democratic Labour Party of Lithuania Saulius Skvernelis
Independent Mindaugas Puidokas

Lithuania past election results 

Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Ingrida Šimonytė Independent 442,353 31.43 437,399 33.28
Gitanas Nausėda Independent 438,469 31.16 876,749 66.72
Saulius Skvernelis Independent 278,680 19.80  
Vytenis Andriukaitis Social Democratic Party of Lithuania 67,802 4.82
Arvydas Juozaitis Independent 66,535 4.73
Valdemar Tomaševski Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania 56,411 4.01
Mindaugas Puidokas Independent 36,645 2.60
Naglis Puteikis Lithuanian Centre Party 11,214 0.80
Valentinas Mazuronis Independent 9,169 0.65
Invalid/blank votes 9,905 17,097
Total 1,417,183 100 1,314,148 100
Registered voters/turnout 2,486,915 56.99 2,491,021 53.44

Switzerland Demographics Population Religion Percentage by City Immigrants

Switzerland Demographics Population Religion Percentage

Switzerland, officially the Swiss Confederation, is a federal republic in Europe. It consists of 26 cantons, and the city of Bern is the seat of the federal authorities.Switzerland Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 The country is situated in western-Central Europe, and is bordered by Italy to the south, France to the west, Germany to the north, and Austria and Liechtenstein to the east. Switzerland is a landlocked country geographically divided between the Alps, the Swiss Plateau and the Jura, spanning an area of 41,285 km2 (15,940 sq mi). While the Alps occupy the greater part of the territory, the Swiss population of approximately eight million people is concentrated mostly on the plateau, where the largest cities are to be found: among them are the two global cities and economic centres Zürich and Geneva.

Switzerland is one of the most developed countries in the world, with the highest nominal wealth per adult and the eighth-highest per capita gross domestic product according to the IMF.Switzerland ranks at or near the top globally in several metrics of national performance, including government transparency, civil liberties, quality of life, economic competitiveness, and human development. Zürich and Geneva have each been ranked among the top cities in the world in terms of quality of life, with the former ranked second globally, according to Mercer.


 Switzerland demographics Population by Religion

Religion by denomination (% population age 15+)

 

1950

1970

2000

2012

2013

Roman Catholic

40.9

46.7

42.3

38.2

38

Swiss Reformed

57.5

48.8

33.9

26.9

26.1

Unaffiliated

1.2

11.4

21.4

22.2

Other Christian

2

4.3

5.7

5.8

Islam

0.2

3.6

4.9

5.1

Jewish

0.5

0.4

0.2

0.3

0.2

Others

1.1

0.1

0.7

1.3

1.3

No answer

0.4

3.6

1.3

1.3

Total (100%, older than 15)

4.575.416

5.868.572

6.662.333

6.744.794

 


Switzerland demographics Population by Immigrants

Permanent residents by nationality

Nation

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2005

2010

2013

Total

913,497

960,674

1,127,109

1,363,590

1,424,370

1,541,912

1,766,277

1,937,447

Europe

859,054

892,748

1,036,760

1,238,937

1,261,975

1,334,590

1,504,943

1,646,825

Africa

10,539

13,130

20,291

28,800

37,618

48,081

71,527

83,873

Americas

20,838

23,438

29,149

38,585

49,687

61,732

74,511

78,433

North America

12,182

12,394

13,775

16,140

18,952

21,004

25,590

26,672

Latin America and Caribbean

8,656

11,044

15,374

22,445

30,735

40,728

48,921

51,761

Asia

21,569

29,772

38,921

54,914

72,002

94,009

110,549

122,941

Oceania

1,260

1,326

1,728

1,999

2,829

3,242

3,990

4,145

Germany

87,389

82,143

84,485

91,976

109,785

158,651

263,271

292,291

Spain

98,098

109,232

116,987

102,320

84,266

72,167

64,126

75,333

France

48,002

48,948

51,729

55,407

61,688

70,901

95,643

110,103

Italy

423,008

394,812

381,493

361,892

321,795

297,917

287,130

298,875

Austria

31,986

29,417

29,123

28,454

29,191

33,069

37,013

39,494

Portugal

10,863

31,029

86,035

135,646

135,449

167,857

212,586

253,227

United Kingdom

16,050

17,482

18,269

20,030

22,309

26,425

37,273

40,898

Croatia

42,582

43,876

40,709

33,507

30,471

Serbia and Montenegro

190,940

196,833

Serbia

121,908

90,704

Montenegro

2,022

2,415

Kosovo

58,755

86,976

Bosnia and Herzegovina

24,748

45,111

43,354

35,513

33,002

Macedonia

39,540

56,092

60,898

60,116

62,633

Turkey

38,353

51,206

64,899

79,372

80,165

75,903

71,835

70,440

 


Switzerland demographics Population by Race

Race Wise Distribution

German

65%,

French

18%,

Italian

10%,

Romansch

1%,

other

6%

 


Switzerland Population by City

Switzerland – Largest Cities

S.No.

Name

Population

Latitude/Longitude

1

Zurich  wikipedia article, Zurich

341,730

47.367 / 8.55

2

Geneva  wikipedia article, Geneva

183,981

46.202 / 6.146

3

Basel  wikipedia article, Basel-City

164,488

47.558 / 7.573

4

Bern  wikipedia article, Bern

121,631

46.948 / 7.447

5

Lausanne, Vaud

116,751

46.516 / 6.633

6

Winterthur  wikipedia article, Zurich

91,908

47.506 / 8.724

7

St. Gallen  wikipedia article, Saint Gallen

70,572

47.424 / 9.375

8

Lucerne  wikipedia article, Lucerne

57,066

47.05 / 8.306

9

Biel/Bienne  wikipedia article, Bern

48,614

47.137 / 7.246

10

Thun  wikipedia article, Bern

42,136

46.751 / 7.622

 

Ukrainian Presidential Election 2019 Voting Live

Ukrainian Presidential Election 2019 Results Voting Live

Ukrainian Presidential Election Dates 2019

Ukrainian Presidential Election Date: 31 March 2019 

Elections in Ukraine are held to choose the President (head of state), Verkhovna Rada (legislature body), and local governments. Referendums may be held on special occasions. Ukraine has a multi-party system, with numerous parties in which often not a single party has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.

Presidential elections will be held in Ukraine on 31 March 2019. If no candidate receives an absolute majority of the vote, a second round will be held on 21 April.


Ukrainian Presidential Election Voting Live 2019

1. The Ukrainian Presidential election will be held on 31 March 2019.

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The electoral system of Ukraine

The election of the President of Ukraine by law must take place on the last Sunday of March of the fifth year of the term of the incumbent President. Thus, the 2019 Ukrainian presidential election should take place on 31 March 2019. The Ukrainian parliament had to approve the date of the presidential election no later than 100 days before the election day. On 26 November 2018, Ukraine's parliament set the presidential vote for 31 March 2019.

Due to the March 2014 annexation of Crimea by Russia and the occupation of parts of Donetsk Oblast and Luhansk Oblast by separatists (since April 2014) roughly 12% of eligible voters cannot participate in the elections.


Ukrainian Parties and leaders

 

  • Ihor Shevchenko
  • Serhiy Kaplin
  • Vitaliy Skotsyk
  • Andriy Sadovyi
  • Valentyn Nalyvaichenko
  • Vitalii Kuprii
  • Evgeny Murayev
  • Anatoliy Hrytsenko
  • Gennady Balashov
  • Olha Bohomolets
  • Oleksandr Shevchenko
  • Roman Nasirov
  • Yuriy Boyko

Ukraine past election results 

 
Party Nationwide constituency Constit.
seats
Total seats
Votes % Seats Seats
People's Front 3,488,114 22.14 64 18

82 / 450

Petro Poroshenko Bloc 3,437,521 21.82 63 69

132 / 450

Association "Self Reliance" 1,729,271 10.97 32 1

33 / 450

Opposition Bloc 1,486,203 9.43 27 2

29 / 450

Radical Party of Oleh Lyashko 1,173,131 7.44 22 0

22 / 450

Fatherland 894,837 5.68 17 2

19 / 450

Freedom 742,022 4.71 0 6

6 / 450

Communist Party of Ukraine 611,923 3.88 0 0 0
Strong Ukraine 491,471 3.11 0 1

1 / 450

Civil Position 489,523 3.1 0 0 0
Zastup 418,301 2.65 0 1

1 / 450

Right Sector 284.943 1.80 0 1

1 / 450

Solidarity of Women of Ukraine 105,094 0.66 0 0 0
5.10 67,124 0.42 0 0 0
Internet Party of Ukraine 58,197 0.36 0 0 0
Party of Greens of Ukraine 39,636 0.25 0 0 0
Green Planet 37,726 0.23 0 0 0
Revival 31,201 0.19 0 0 0
United Country 28,145 0.17 0 0 0
Ukraine — United Country 19,838 0.12 0 0 0
New Politics 19,222 0.12 0 0 0
Force of People 17,817 0.11 0 0 0
Ukraine of the Future 14,168 0.08 0 0 0
Force and Honour 13,549 0.08 0 0 0
Civil Movement of Ukraine 13,000 0.08 0 0 0
Bloc of Left Forces of Ukraine 12,499 0.07 0 0 0
National Democratic Party of Ukraine 11,826 0.07 0 0 0
Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists 8,976 0.05 0 0 0
Liberal Party of Ukraine 8,523 0.05 0 0 0
Volia 1

1 / 450

Independents 96

96 / 450

Total valid votes 15,753,826 100 225 198 423
Invalid ballot papers 298,402 1.86      
Vacant (constituencies with no voting)       27

27 / 450

Total 16,052,228   225 225 450
Registered voters/turnout 30,921,218 51.91      

Slovakia Presidential Election 2019 Voting Live

Slovakia Presidential Election 2019 Results Voting Live

Slovakia Presidential Election Dates 2019

Slovakia Presidential Election Date: 16 March 2019 

Elections in Slovakia gives information on election and election results in Slovakia.

Slovakia elects on national level a head of state – the president – and a legislature. The president is elected for a five-year term by the people. The National Council (Narodná Rada Slovenskej Republiky) has 150 members, elected for a four-year term by proportional representation. Slovakia 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.

Presidential elections are scheduled to be held in Slovakia on Saturday, 16 March with the runoff on 30 March. The incumbent President Andrej Kiska won't run for a second term.


Slovakia Presidential Election Voting Live 2019

1. The Slovakia Presidential Election will be held on 16 March 2019.

2. EU’s commission vice-president to run for Slovakia president.

3. Sefcovic confirms run at Slovak presidency.


The electoral system of Slovakia

The President of the Slovak Republic is elected for a five-year term, and by popular vote since 1999. His role is limited, but not just ceremonial. The President has the power to nominate the Prime minister, to veto bills (unless confirmed by a two-thirds majority), and to nominate judges on the highest tiers of the judicial branch.

The President is elected through a two-round method.

For one's candidacy to be valid, the Constitution of Slovakia requires to collect 15,000 signatures of Slovak citizens or the support of 15 of the 150 MPs in the legislature. However, the office is limited to two terms.


Slovakia Parties and leaders

 

Name Party Occupation
Andrej Kiska Independent 4th and current Slovak President
Robert Fico SMER-SD Former Head of Government of Slovakia
Peter Pellegrini SMER-SD Current Head of Government of Slovakia
Miroslav Lajčák SMER-SD Minister of Foreign Affairs
Iveta Radičová Independent Former Head of Government of Slovakia
Andrej Danko SNS Speaker of the National Council of Slovak Republic
Boris Kollár We Are Family Member of Parliament and leader of We Are Family
Imrich Béreš Independent Former Member of Parliament
Marek Maďarič SMER-SD Former Minister of Culture

Slovakia past election results 

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Direction-Social Democracy 737,481 28.28 49 –34
Freedom and Solidarity 315,558 12.10 21 +10
OĽANO–NOVA 287,611 11.03 19 +3
Slovak National Party 225,386 8.64 15 +15
Kotleba – People's Party-Our Slovakia 209,779 8.04 14 +14
We Are Family 172,860 6.63 11 New
Most–Híd 169,593 6.50 11 –2
Network 146,205 5.61 10 New
Christian Democratic Movement 128,908 4.94 0 –16
Party of the Hungarian Community 105,495 4.05 0 0
Slovak Civic Coalition 21,785 0.84 0 New
TIP Party 18,845 0.72 0 New
Slovak Green Party 17,541 0.67 0 0
Communist Party of Slovakia 16,278 0.62 0 0
Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – Democratic Party 6,938 0.27 0 –11
CHANCE 6,522 0.25 0 New
Party of Modern Slovakia 4,559 0.17 0 New
Direct Democracy Party 3,595 0.14 0 New
Courage – Great National and Pro-Russian Coalition 3,428 0.13 0 New
Resistance – Labor Party 3,182 0.12 0 New
Hungarian Christian Democratic Alliance 2,426 0.09 0 New
Democratic Party – Ľudo Kaník 1,998 0.08 0 New
Coalition – Together for Slovakia 1,777 0.07 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 20,798
Total 2,648,184 100 150 0
Registered voters/turnout% 4,426,760 59.82

 

Moldovan parliamentary election​ 2019 Results Voting Live

Moldovan parliamentary election 2019 Results Voting Live

Moldovan parliamentary election Dates 2019

Moldovan parliamentary election Date: 24 Feb 2019 

Elections in Moldova gives information on elections in Moldova.

Moldova elects a legislature at the national level. The Parliament (Parlamentul) has 101 members, elected for a four-year term by proportional representation with a 6% electoral threshold. The President used to be elected for a four-year term by a constitutional majority of 60% members of the Parliament, but a Constitutional Court's ruling on March 4, 2016, reverted the election method of the President to a two-round system direct election.

Parliamentary elections will be held in Moldova on 24 February 2019. Campaigning began in November 2018.


Moldovan parliamentary election Voting Live 2019

1. The Moldova Parliamentary Election will be held on 24 Jan 2019.

2. Ahead Of Election, U.S. Calls On Moldova To Ensure Free, Fair Process.

3. Moldova in 2019: Year of Elections May Redefine Politics.


The electoral system of Moldova

The 101 seats in the Parliament are to be elected according to a new mixed system introduced in 2017; 50 lawmakers will be elected on party lists and the remaining 51 in individual constituencies. The electoral threshold varies depending on the type of list; for alliances of three or more parties it is 11%, for alliances of two parties it is 9%, for single parties or organizations it is 6%, and for independent candidates, it is 2%. Turnout must be at least 33% to make the election valid. There is still controversy against the new election system and a referendum in 2018 against it was considered possible. New controversies came up and demonstrations started after the June 3 mayoral elections in Chișinău were invalidated because of Facebook posts of the candidates on election day. The mayoral election had been won by Andrei Năstase, a candidate in opposition to governmental PDM and presidential PSRM parties.


Moldova Parties and leaders

 

 

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Moldova past election results 

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Party of Socialists 327,910 20.51 25 New
Liberal Democratic Party 322,188 20.16 23 –9
Party of Communists 279,372 17.48 21 –21
Democratic Party of Moldova 252,489 15.80 19 +4
Liberal Party 154,507 9.67 13 +1
Communist Reformist Party 78,719 4.92 0 New
'Moldova's Choice – Customs Union' Electoral Bloc 55,089 3.45 0 New
Popular Movement Anti-Mafia Party 27,843 1.74 0 New
Liberal Reformist Party 24,956 1.56 0 New
People's Party of Moldova 12,112 0.76 0 New
Christian-Democratic People's Party 11,782 0.74 0 0
Force of the People Party 11,672 0.73 0 New
National Liberal Party 6,859 0.43 0 0
Revival Party 4,158 0.26 0 New
Democratic Action Party 2,564 0.16 0 New
Democracy at Home 2,449 0.15 0 New
For Nation and Country Party 1,697 0.11 0 0
Patriots of Moldova 1,498 0.09 0 0
Ecologist Green Party 1,366 0.09 0 0
Centrist Union 633 0.04 0 New
Independents 18,651 1.17 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 50,948
Total 1,649,508 100 101 0
Registered voters/turnout 2,953,276 55.85

Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies 2018 Results live

Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies 2018 Results live

Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies Dates 2018 – 14 Oct 2018 

Luxumbourg has 256,000 voters in order to choose 60 deputies, but eight parties are in the race and the next government will likely result from coalition talks.

Voting to take place from 8:00am (0600 GMT) to 2:00pm. The Chamber of Deputies ( Luxembourgish:  D'Chamber,  French: Chambre des Députés, German: Abgeordnetenkammer), abbreviated to the Chamber, is the unicameral  national legislature  of Luxembourg. Krautmaart (French: Marché aux herbes, English: "Herb Market") is sometimes used as a metonym for the Chamber, after the square on which the Hôtel de la Chambre (Luxembourgish: Chambergebai, English: "Hall of the Chamber of Deputies") is located.

The Chamber is made up of 60 seats. Deputies are elected to serve five-year terms by proportional representation in four multi-seat constituencies. Voters may vote for as many candidates as the constituency elects deputies.

Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies 2018 Voting live

 


Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies Voting Live 2018 

1.The function of the Chamber of Deputies is covered under Chapter IV of the Constitution of Luxembourg, the first article of which states that the purpose of the Chamber is to represent the country. Luxembourg is a parliamentary democracy, in which the Chamber is elected by universal suffrage under the d'Hondt method of Party-list proportional representation.

2.All laws must be passed by the Chamber.Each bill must be submitted to two votes in the Chamber, with an interval of at least three months between the votes, for it to become law. Laws are passed by the absolute majority, provided that a quorum of half of the deputies is present.


Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies Opinion Poll

Top 3 leaders which are the front runners are:-

  1. Bettel of the liberal DP,
  2. Claude Wiseler of the centre-right CSV and
  3. Etienne Schneider of the socialist LSAP.

Right now CSV has 23 members in the current parliament but to form government and majority would need atleast a 31 seat.

Electoral system of Luxembourg

Deputies are elected by universal suffrage every five years, with the last election having been held on 20 October 2013. Deputies are elected by open list proportional representation, whereby all electors may vote for as many candidates as their constituency has seats. Each party is allocated a number of seats in proportion to the total number of votes cast for its candidates in that constituency. These seats are then allocated to that party's candidates in descending order of votes that each candidate received.


Candidates for Chamber of Deputies election

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Luxembourg Parties and leaders 

  • Christian Social People's Party (23)
  • Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (13)
  • Democratic Party (13)
  • The Greens (6)
  • Alternative Democratic Reform Party (3)
  • The Left (2)

Luxembourg past election results 

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Christian Social People's Party 1,103,636 33.68 23 –3
Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party 664,586 20.28 13 0
Democratic Party 597,879 18.25 13 +4
The Greens 331,920 10.13 6 –1
Alternative Democratic Reform Party 217,683 6.64 3 –1
The Left 161,759 4.94 2 +1
Pirate Party Luxembourg 96,270 2.94 0 New
Communist Party of Luxembourg 53,669 1.64 0 0
Party for Full Democracy 49,290 1.50 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 14,896
Total 218,453 100 60 0
Registered voters/turnout 239,668 91.15

Georgia Presidential election 2018 voting live

Georgia Presidential election 2018 Results Voting Live

Georgia Presidential election Dates 2018

Georgia Presidential election Date: 28 October 2018

Presidential elections will be held in Georgia in October 2018, the seventh presidential elections since the country's restoration of independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. The last elections in October 2013 resulted in a victory for Giorgi Margvelashvili, a candidate for the Georgian Dream coalition.

Following amendments to the constitution in 2017, the 2018 elections will be the last direct presidential vote; after 2018 presidents will be elected by the 300-member College of Electors. In view of these changes, the term of office of the President to be elected in 2018 will have a term of six years.


Georgia Presidential election Voting Live 2018 

1. Incumbent President Margvelashvili has declined to disclose his intention on whether to run again; Davit Usupashvili, the former chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, did not rule out a run for President in 2018.

2. Incumbent Republican Governor Nathan Deal is term-limited and cannot seek re-election to a third consecutive term. House Minority Leader for the Georgia General Assembly and Democrat Stacey Abrams is running for governor. Incumbent Republican Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle is running for governor.


The electoral system of Georgia

Elections in Georgia gives information on elections and election results in Georgia. An election is a process in which a vote is held to elect candidates to an office. It is the mechanism by which a democracy fills elective offices in the legislature, and sometimes the executive and judiciary, and in which electorates choose local government officials.

Georgia elects on national level a head of state – the president – and a legislature. The president is elected for a five-year term by the people. The Parliament of Georgia has 150 members, elected for a four-year term, 77 seats by proportional representation and 73 in single-seat constituencies


Georgia Parties and leaders

 

  • Georgian Dream-Democratic Georgia
  • Conservative Party of Georgia
  • Industry Will Save Georgia
  • Republican Party of Georgia
  • Our Georgia – Free Democrats

Georgia 2018 election results 

 

Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Salomé Zurabishvili Independent 615,624 38.64    
Grigol Vashadze United National Movement 601,188 37.74    
Davit Bakradze European Georgia 174,753 10.97  
Shalva Natelashvili Georgian Labour Party 59,625 3.74
Zurab Japaridze Girchi 36,023 2.26
David Usupashvili Development Movement 36,005 2.26
Kakha Kukava Free Georgia 21,195 1.33
Giorgi Andriadze Independent 13,162 0.83
Teimuraz Shashiashvili Independent 9,487 0.60
Tamar Tskhoragauli Freedom – Zviad Gamsakhurdia's Way 4,009 0.25
Besarion Tediashvili Independent 3,713 0.23
Mikheil Saluashvili Union for the Restoration of Justice 2,970 0.19
Levan Chkheidze New Christian Democrats 2,931 0.18
Akaki Asatiani Union of Georgian Traditionalists 2,002 0.13
Vakhtang Gabunia Christian Democratic Movement 1,958 0.12
Gela Khutsishvili Georgian Veterans' and Patriots' Political Movement 1,623 0.10
Kakhaber Chichinadze Independent 1,422 0.09
Mikheil Antadze State for the People 1,074 0.07
Giorgi Liluashvili Georgia Party 892 0.06
Zviad Mekhatishvili Georgan Christian-Conservative Party 713 0.04
Otar Meunargia Industry Will Save Georgia 664 0.04
Vladimer Nonikashvili Independent 635 0.04
Irakli Gorgadze Movement for a Free Georgia 542 0.03
Zviad Baghdavadze Citizen Platform – New Georgia 488 0.03
Zviad Iashvili National Democratic Party 444 0.03
Invalid/blank votes    
Total 1,637,956 100    
Registered voters/turnout 3,558,437 46.74  

 


Georgia past election results 

                         Candidates Votes %
Mikheil Saakashvili 1,060,042 53.47
Levan Gachechiladze 509,234 25.69
Badri Patarkatsishvili 140,826 7.10
Shalva Natelashvili 128,589 6.49
Davit Gamkrelidze 79,747 4.02
Gia Maisashvili 15,249 0.77
Irina Sarishvili-Chanturia 3,242 0.16
Repealed ballots 33,129 1.67
Invalid ballots 12,260 0.61
Total 56.19% turnout; 3,527,964 eligible voters 1,982,318 100.0
1 2 3 4 5 38