Dominican General Election​ Results 2019 voting Live

Dominican General Election​ Results 2019 Voting Live

Dominican General Election​ Dates 2019

Dominican General Election​ Date: 6 December 2019 

Dominican General Election​ Results 2019 Voting Live will be held on 6 December 2019 in Dominica. The elections were constitutionally required to be held by March 2020, but were widely expected to take place before the end of 2019. 


Dominican General Election Voting Live 2019 

Voter turnout was 53.66% of the 74,895 registered voters​

VOTER TURNOUT

Total Valid Votes

39,720

Invalid Votes

487

Total Votes Cast

40,189

Population

Registered Voters

74,895

Voter Turnout

53.66%

CRITICAL DATES

Dissolution of House

Wed, 6 Nov 2019

Nomination Day

Tue, 19 Nov 2019

Polling Day

Fri, 6 Dec 2019


The Electoral system of Dominican  

The 21 elected members of the House of Assembly are elected in single-member constituencies. A further nine members are either elected by the Assembly after it convenes or appointed by the President (five on the advice of the Prime Minister and four on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition); the method of their choosing is voted on by the Assembly.

The 21 elected members of the House of Assembly were elected in single-member constituencies. A further nine members were appointed by the President, five on the advice of the Prime Minister and four on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition

 


Dominican party and Leaders 

Leader

Party

Roosevelt Skerrit

DLP

Lennox Linton

UWP


Dominican Elections Results 

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Dominica Labour Party 23,541 59.29 17 2
United Workers' Party 16,161 40.71 4 -2
Invalid/blank votes 487
Total 40,189 100 21 0
Registered voters/turnout 74,895 53.66
Source: Electoral Commission, Caribbean elections

Dominican General Election​ Voting Live 2019

Dominican General Election​ Voting Live

Dominican General Election​ Dates 2019

Dominican General Election​ Date: 6 December 2019 

General elections will be held on 6 December 2019 in Dominica. The elections were constitutionally required to be held by March 2020, but were widely expected to take place before the end of 2019.

Elections in Dominica have been taking place since 1832. Dominica elects on national level a legislature. The House of Assembly has 32 members, 21 members elected for a five-year term in single-seat constituencies, 9 appointed senators, the Speaker and 1 ex officio member. a head of state – the president – is elected by the House of Assembly.

Dominica has a two-party system, which means that there are two dominant political parties, with extreme difficulty for anybody to achieve electoral success under the banner of any other party. Dominica was once a three-party system until the Dominica Labour Party and the greatly diminished Dominica Freedom Party formed a coalition government. The DFP has failed to acquire any seats for two elections straight, leaving the United Workers' Party as the only opposition to the DLP.

 


Dominican General Election Voting Live 2019 

1. CAPA presents findings of latest Opinion poll

  • Caribbean Agency for Political Advancement (CAPA) will host a press conference on Friday, November 22 from 1:00 pm at Prevo Cinemall
  • Results of the latest finding of a scientific survey which was conducted in Dominica between November 2–16 will be released. CAPA is a certified political services agency based in Dominica which has a commitment to professional consultancy in the area of regional and world politics

2. Luis Almagro and his OAS are at it again, this time targeting Dominica's socialist Prime Minister SkerritR  and trying to de-legitimize next week's election.

 3. Dominica election on December 6

4. "Dominica PM predicts victory in general election". 14 August 2019. Retrieved 15 August 2019.

5. Commonwealth of Dominica: Election for House of Assembly IFES


The Electoral system of Dominican  

The 21 elected members of the House of Assembly are elected in single-member constituencies. A further nine members are either elected by the Assembly after it convenes or appointed by the President (five on the advice of the Prime Minister and four on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition); the method of their choosing is voted on by the Assembly.

The 21 elected members of the House of Assembly were elected in single-member constituencies. A further nine members were appointed by the President, five on the advice of the Prime Minister and four on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition

 


Dominican party and Leaders 

Leader

Party

Roosevelt Skerrit

DLP

Lennox Linton

UWP


 Past Dominican Elections Results 

 

Party

Votes

%

Seats

+/–

Dominica Labour Party

23,208

56.99

15

–3

United Workers' Party

17,479

42.92

6

3

Independents

37

0.09

0

0

Invalid/blank votes

471

Total

41,195

100

21

0

Second Round Uruguayan General Election 2019 Voting Live Results

Second Round Uruguayan General Election 2019 Voting Live

Second Round Uruguaya General Election Dates 2019

Second Round Uruguayan General Election Date: 24 November 2019 

General elections were held in Uruguay on Sunday, 27 October 2019 to elect the President and General Assembly. As no presidential candidate received a majority in the first round of voting, a runoff will take place on 24 November 2019.


Second Round Uruguayan Parliamentary Election Voting Live 2019 

Uruguay is heading to the second round of presidential elections in November. That’s after no candidate reached a 50% plus 1 majority in Sunday’s vote. It was one of the tightest races since the center-left Broad Party came into power more than a decade ago.


Uruguayan Parliamentary Election Opinion Poll  Live 2019 

Polling firm

Fieldwork date

FA

PN

PC

CA

PG

PI

Lead

Opción Consultores

Oct-19

33%

25%

10%

12%

N/A

1%

8%

Radar

Oct-19

39%

21%

16%

12%

0.80%

1.10%

8%

Opción Consultores

Sep-19

29%

24%

15%

12%

2%

2%

8%

Factum

Aug-19

37%

26%

19%

9%

2%

2%

7%

Cifra

Feb-19

34%

27%

14%

3%

2%

7%

Factum

Feb-19

38%

30%

16%

5%

4%

2%

8%

Radar

Jan/Feb 2019

37%

28%

13%

3%

2%

1%

9%

Radar

Dec-18

33%

27%

12%

4%

3%

1%

6%

Opción Consultores

Dec-18

26%

27%

12%

5%

5%

2%.

1%

Equipos

Dec-18

30%

34%

11%

1%

2%

1%

4%

Factum

Nov-18

34%

30%

16%

7%

6%

2%

4%

Radar

Nov-18

32%

26%

13%

4%

3%

N/A

6%

Cifra

Oct-18

36%

31%

9%

5%

6%

3%

5%

Factum

Aug-18

34%

30%

12%

7%

6%

2%

4%

Radar

Aug-18

30%

30%

8%

6%

2%

3%

 –

Cifra

Aug-18

27%

26%

4%

3%

4%

1%

1%

Opción Consultores

Jul-18

28%

31%

9%

8%

4%

2%

3%

Radar[

Feb-18

33%

28%

7%

2%

2%

N/A

5%

Factum

Apr-17

31%

30%

6%

9%

4%

2%

1%

The Electoral system of Uruguay

The elections were held using the double simultaneous vote method, whereby voters cast a single vote for the party of their choice for all three of the Presidency, the Senate and the Chamber of Representatives.

The President of Uruguay is elected using the two-round system, with a run-off held if no candidate receives 50% of the vote in the first round. The 30 members of the Senate are elected by proportional representation in a single nationwide constituency. The vice president, elected on the same ballot as the president, become president of the Senate, with his vote being determining in case of a tie The 99 members of the Chamber of Representatives are elected by proportional representation in 19 multi-member constituencies based on the departments. Seats are allocated using the highest averages method.

The elections are held using the double simultaneous vote method, whereby voters cast a single vote for the party of their choice for all three of the Presidency, the Senate and the Chamber of Representatives.


Uruguay Parties and leaders

 

Party

Candidate

Broad Front

Daniel Martínez

National Party

Luis Lacalle Pou

Colorado Party

Ernesto Talvi

Independent Party

Pablo Mieres

Popular Unity

Gonzalo Abella

Partido Ecologista Radical Intransigente

César Vega

Workers' Party

Rafael Fernández

Party of the Folk

Edgardo Novick

Green Animalist Party

Gustavo Salle

Digital Party

Daniel Goldman

Open Cabildo

Guido Manini Ríos


First Round election results 

Party Presidential candidate First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Chamber +/– Senate +/–
Broad Front Daniel Martínez 949,376 40.48     42 –8 13 –2
National Party Luis Alberto Lacalle Pou 696,452 29.7     30 –2 10 0
Colorado Party Ernesto Talvi 300,177 12.8   13 0 4 0
Open Cabildo Guido Manini Ríos 268,736 11.46 11 New 3 New
Partido Ecologista Radical Intransigente César Vega 33,461 1.43 1 1 0 0
Party of the Folk Edgardo Novick 26,313 1.12 1 1 0 0
Independent Party Pablo Mieres 23,580 1.01 1 –2 0 –1
Popular Unity Gonzalo Abella 19,728 0.84 0 –1 0 0
Green Animalist Party Gustavo Salle 19,392 0.83 0 New 0 New
Digital Party Daniel Goldman 6,363 0.27 0 New 0 New
Workers' Party Rafael Fernández 1,387 0.06 0 0 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 88,194    
Total 2,433,364 100   100 99 0 30 0
Registered voters/turnout 2,699,978 90.13      
Source: Corte ElectoralEl Pais

Uruguayan General Election 2019 Voting Live Results

Uruguayan General Election 2019 Voting Live

Uruguaya General Election Dates 2019

Uruguayan General Election Date: 27 October 2019 

General elections will take place in Uruguay on 27 October 2019. If no presidential candidate receives a majority in the first round of voting, a runoff will take place on 24 November 2019.


Uruguayan Parliamentary Election Voting Live 2019 

1. Uruguay walks out of OAS assembly over Guaido envoy inclusion.

2. Uruguay presidential election campaign takes off, following on Sunday's party primaries.

3. Uruguay Primary Election Hints At Possible Turn To The Right.


Uruguayan Parliamentary Election Opinion Poll  Live 2019 

Polling firm

Fieldwork date FA PN PC CA
           
Opción Consultores[6] 43739 33.00% 25.00% 10.00% 12.00%
Radar[7] 43739 39.00% 21.00% 16.00% 12.00%
Opción Consultores[8] 43709 29.00% 24.00% 15.00% 12.00%

The Electoral system of Uruguay

The President of Uruguay is elected using the two-round system, with a run-off held if no candidate receives 50% of the vote in the first round. The 30 members of the Senate are elected by proportional representation in a single nationwide constituency. The vice president, elected on the same ballot as the president, become president of the Senate, with his vote being determining in case of a tie The 99 members of the Chamber of Representatives are elected by proportional representation in 19 multi-member constituencies based on the departments. Seats are allocated using the highest averages method.

The elections are held using the double simultaneous vote method, whereby voters cast a single vote for the party of their choice for all three of the Presidency, the Senate and the Chamber of Representatives.


Uruguay Parties and leaders

 

Party Name of the Candidate
Broad Front Party Daniel Martínez
National Party Luis Lacalle
Colorado Party Ernesto Talvi

Uruguay past election results 

Party Presidential candidate First-round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Chamber +/– Senate +/–
Broad Front Tabaré Vázquez 1,134,187 49.45 1,226,105 56.63 50 0 15 –1
National Party Luis Alberto Lacalle Pou 732,601 31.94 939,074 43.37 32 +2 10 +1
Colorado Party Pedro Bordaberry 305,699 13.33   13 –4 4 –1
Independent Party Pablo Mieres 73,379 3.20 3 +1 1 +1
Popular Unity Gonzalo Abella 26,869 1.17 1 +1 0 0
Partido Ecologista Radical Intransigente César Vega 17,835 0.78 0 New 0 New
Workers' Party Rafael Fernández 3,218 0.14 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 78,329 156,051
Total 2,372,117 100 2,321,230 100 99 0 30 0
Registered voters/turnout 2,620,791 90.51 2,620,791 88.57

 

Haitian Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Haitian Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Haitian Parliamentary Election Dates 2019

Haitian Parliamentary Election Date:  27th October 2019 

Parliamentary elections are scheduled to be held in Haiti on October 27, 2019.

The Constitution of Haiti provides for the election of the President, Parliament, and members of local governing bodies.

The current president is Michel Joseph Martelly, who received 68 per cent of the votes in the Haitian general election, 2010–2011.

Elections, delayed after a political impasse, are planned to be held for both the Presidency and Parliament in 2015.

 


Haitian Parliamentary Election Voting Live 2019

1. Haitian Parliamentary Elections 2019 will be held on 27th October 2019.

2. Haiti – Politic: The next elections, mission impossible.

3. Security Council approves ‘historic’ political Haiti mission, ending UN peacekeeping role in the country.


The Electoral system of Haitian

The 119 members of the Chamber of Deputies are elected in single-member constituencies for four-year terms using a modified two-round system; a candidate must receive either over 50% of the vote, or have a lead over the second-placed candidate equivalent to 25% of the valid votes in order to be elected in the first round; if no candidate meets this requirement, a second-round is held, in which the candidate with the most votes wins.

One-third of the 30-member Senate is elected every two years. The members are elected from ten single-member constituencies based on the departments, also using the two-round system.


Haitian Parties and leaders

 

N/A


Haitian past election results 

 

Party Deputies Senators
1st
Round
2nd
Round
(2015)
2nd
Round
(2016)
Total 1st
Round
2nd
Round
(2015)
2nd
Round
(2016)
Total
Haitian Tèt Kale Party (PHTK) 4 22 5 31 0 2 3 5
Truth (VERITE) 1 12 4 17 0 3 0 3
Struggling People's Organization (OPL) 0 7 2 9 0 1 0 1
Konvansyon Inite Demokratik (KID) 0 7 1 8 0 3 0 3
Fanmi Lavalas (FL) 0 6 2 8 0 1 0 1
Haiti in Action (AAA) 2 4 0 6 1 0 0 1
Reseau National Bouclier (BOUCLIER) 0 3 2 5 0 0 1 1
Patriotic Unity (INITE PATRIYOTIK) 1 3 0 4 0 0 1 1
Fusion of Haitian Social Democrats (FSDH) 0 3 1 4 0 0 0 0
Renmen Ayiti 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0
Alternative League for Haitian Progress and Emancipation (LAPEH) 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0
Tet Kole sous Chimen Devlopman pou un Nord'Ouest uni et Renonve (MOSANO) 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0
Consortium des Partis Politiques (CONSORTIUM) 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1
Platfom Pitit Desalin 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1
Ansanm Patriyot pou Lavni Ayiti (APLA) 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0
Pont 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1
Parti pour la Libération des Masses et d'Intégration Sociale (PALMIS) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Konbit Travaye Peyizan pou Libere Ayiti (KONTRA PEP LA) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Mouvement National Haïtien (MONHA) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Konsyans Patriotik (KP) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Federalist Party (PF) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Mouvement Action Socialiste (MAS) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Konbit Nasyonal (KONA) 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
Platfòm Leve Kanpe 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
CANAAN 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
Ligue Dessalinienne (LIDE) 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Total 8 84 24 116 2 12 6 20

Argentine General Election 2019 Voting Live Results Candidate Date Opinion

Argentine General Election 2019 Voting Live Results Candidate Date Opinion

Argentine General Election Dates 2019

Argentine General Election Date: 27 October 2019 

General elections will be held in Argentina on 27 October 2019, to elect the president of Argentina, members of the national congress and the governors of most provinces. Incumbent president Mauricio Macri is running for re-election.

At the national level, Argentina elects a head of state (the President) and a legislature. The franchise extends to all citizens aged 16 and over, and voting is mandatory (with a few exceptions) for all those who are between 18 and 70 years of age.

The President and the Vice-President are elected in one ballot, for a four-year term, by direct popular vote, using a runoff voting system: there must be a second round if no formula gets more than 45% of the affirmative valid votes, or more than 40% of the affirmative valid votes with a difference of 10 percentage points from the second formula, in quantity of affirmative valid votes. Before the 1995 election, the President and Vice-President were both elected by an electoral college.

The National Congress (Congreso Nacional) has two chambers. The Chamber of Deputies of the Nation (Cámara de Diputados de la Nación) has 257 members, elected for a four-year term in each electoral district (23 Provinces and the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires) by proportional representation using the D'Hondt method, with half of the seats renewed every two years in all districts. The Senate of the Nation (Senado de la Nación) has 72 members, elected for a six-year term in three-seat constituencies (23 provinces and the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires) for a six-year term, with two seats awarded to the largest party or coalition and one seat to the second largest party or coalition. One-third of the constituencies are renewed every two years. In 2001 the whole senate was renewed. A quota law lays down that at least a third of the candidates on the ballots presented by each party participating in legislative elections must be women.


Argentina Opinion Poll 2019

Date

Pollster Sample Alberto Mauricio
    size Fernández Macri
         
Sep 19 Opinaia 3000 48 30
Aug 19 Primary Election 24687487 47.7 32.1

 

The Electoral system of Argentina

The election of the president will be conducted under the ballotage system, a modified version of the two-round system. A candidate can win the presidency in a single round by either winning 45% of the vote, or if they win 40% of the vote while finishing 10 percentage points ahead of the second-place candidate. If no candidate meets either threshold, a runoff takes place between the top two candidates. Voting is compulsory for citizens between 18 and 70 years old. Suffrage was also extended to 16- and 17-year-olds, though without compulsory voting.

There are a total of 257 seats of the Chamber of Deputies. They are elected from 24 electoral districts–the 23 provinces, plus the federal district of Buenos Aires, which elects its own executive and legislature and is represented in the national Congress like all other provinces. The number of seats is distributed in relation to the population of the province. One-third of the seats in the Chamber of Deputies are reserved for women. The 130 seats of the Chamber of Deputies up for election were elected from 24 multi-member constituencies based on the 23 provinces and Buenos Aires. Seats were allocated using the D'Hondt method of proportional representation, with an electoral threshold of 3%.

The 24 seats in the Senate up for election were elected in three-seat constituencies using the closed list system. Each district is represented by three senatorial seats. Each party is allowed to register up to two candidates; one of those registered must be female. The party receiving the most votes wins two seats, and the second-placed party won one. The third senatorial seat was established in the Constitution of 1994 in order to better represent the largest minority in each district.


Argentina Parties and leaders

 

Party Presidential candidate
(political party)
Vice-Presidential candidate
(political party)
Republican Proposal Mauricio Macri
(PRO)
Miguel Ángel Pichetto
(PJ)
Justicialist Party Alberto Fernández
(PJ)
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
(PJ)
Justicialist Party Roberto Lavagna
(PJ)
Juan Manuel Urtubey
(PJ)
Socialist Workers' Party Nicolás del Caño
(PTS)
Romina Del Plá
(PO)
Libertarian Party José Luis Espert
(PL)
Luis Rosales
(PL)
Bandera Vecinal Alejandro Biondini
(BV)
Enrique Venturino
(BV)
New Movement towards Socialism Manuela Castañeira
(Nuevo MAS)
Eduardo Mulhall
(Nuevo MAS)
NOS Juan José Gómez Centurión
(NOS)
Cynthia Hotton
(Valores para mi País)
National Autonomist Party José Antonio Romero Feris
(PAN)
Guillermo Sueldo
(PAN)

 


Argentina past election results 

Party Presidential candidate Running mate Candidate votes Overall votes
Votes % Votes %
Front for Victory Daniel Scioli Carlos Zannini 8,720,573 100 8,720,573 38.67
Cambiemos Mauricio Macri Gabriela Michetti 5,523,413 81.33 6,791,278 30.12
Ernesto Sanz Lucas Llach 753,825 11.10
Elisa Carrió Hector Flores 514,040 7.57
United for a New Alternative Sergio Massa Gustavo Sáenz 3,230,887 69.64 4,639,405 20.57
José Manuel de la Sota Claudia Rucci 1,408,518 30.36
Progresistas Margarita Stolbizer Miguel Ángel Olaviaga 769,316 100 781,472 3.47
Workers' Left Front Nicolás del Caño Myriam Bregman 375,874 51.29 732,851 3.25
Jorge Altamira Juan Carlos Giordano 356,977 48.71
Federal Commitment Adolfo Rodríguez Saá Liliana Negre de Alonso 472,341 100 472,341 2.09
People's Front Victor De Gennaro Evangelina Codoni 106,324 100 106,324 0.47
Movement for Socialism Manuela Castañeira Jorge Ayala 103,742 100 103,742 0.46
Workers' Socialist Movement Alejandro Bodart Vilma Ripoll 95,780 100 95,780 0.42
Popular Party Mauricio Yattah Maria Moretta 67,798 100 67,798 0.30
Neighborhood Action Movement Raúl Albarracín Gaston Dib 39,512 100 39,512 0.18
Invalid/blank votes 1,470,740
Total 24,021,816 100
Registered voters/turnout 32,067,641 74.91

Bolivian General Election 2019 Voting Live

Bolivian​ General Election 2019 Voting Live

Bolivian General Election Dates 2019

Bolivian General Election Date: 20 October 2019 

General elections are due to be held in Bolivia on 20 October 2019.

 

Bolivia elects on national level a head of state – the president – and a legislature. The president and the vice-president are elected for a five-year term by the people. The National Congress (Congreso Nacional) has two chambers. The Chamber of Deputies (Cámara de Diputados) has 130 members, elected for a five-year term using the Additional Member System, and in the case of seven indigenous seats by usos y costumbres. The Chamber of Senators (Cámara de Senadores) has 36 members: each of the country's nine departments returns four senators allocated proportionally.

Bolivia has a multi-party system, with numerous parties. During the first 23 years of renewed democracy beginning 1982, no one party succeeded in gaining power alone, and parties had to work with each other to form coalition governments. Since 2005, a single party has achieved a parliamentary majority.

Ahead of any national election a period of prohibition takes effect. This is with the intention of preventing inebriated nationals voting in error. Nationals are also forbidden from travelling around during the same period. This is to prevent voters from voting in more than one district. On polling day it is difficult to obtain a taxi or bus, due to the limitations placed upon travel and transport.


The Electoral system of Bolivia

Primary elections were held on 27 January 2019. Maria Eugenia Choque, President of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE), stated that international observers had worked with the TSE to monitor the primary election results. She also stated that they had been given an "information seminar" about all the logistics, legal and communication regarding the primary and had even visited polling stations to make assessments and recommendations. By the time the primary was held, however, only one candidate had been registered for each of the nine parties or alliances which will participate in the general elections. Morales received 36.54% of the total primary votes. Revolutionary Nationalist Movement candidate Virginio Lema was his closest challenger, receiving 7.10% of the total primary votes.


Bolivia Parties and leaders

 

Party Presidential candidate Vice Presidential candidate
Movement for Socialism (MAS) Evo Morales Álvaro García Linera
Civic Community Carlos Mesa Gustavo Pedraza
Democrat Social Movement Óscar Ortiz Antelo Rubén Costas
Solidarity Civic Unity Víctor Hugo Cárdenas Humberto Peinado
Christian Democratic Party Jaime Paz Zamora Paola Barriga
Revolutionary Nationalist Movement Virginio Lema Fernando Untoja Choque
Bolivia Alliance Says No Oscar Ortiz Edwin Rodriguez
The Front For Victory Israel Rodriquez Faustino Challapa
National Action Party of Bolivia Ruth Nina Leopoldo Chui
Third System Movement Felix Patzi Lucia Mendieta

Bolivia past election results 

Party Presidential candidate Votes % Seats
Chamber Senate
Seats +/– Seats +/–
Movement for Socialism Evo Morales 3,173,304 61.36 88 0 25 –1
Democrat Unity Samuel Doria Medina 1,253,288 24.23 32 9
Christian Democratic Party Jorge Quiroga 467,311 9.04 10 2
Movement without Fear Juan del Granado 140,285 2.71 0 –4 0
Green Party of Bolivia Fernando Vargas 137,240 2.65 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 316,248
Total 5,487,676 100 130 0 36 0
Registered voters/turnout 5,971,152 91.90

 

Guyanese Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Guyanese Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Guyanese Parliamentary Election Dates 2019

Guyanese Parliamentary Election Date:  July 2019 

General elections are currently due to be held in Guyana in 2019 after the government of David A. Granger lost a vote of no confidence by a margin of 33–32 on 21 December 2018. The government had held a one-seat majority since the 2015 elections, but one of its own MPs, Charrandas Persaud of the Alliance for Change, voted with the opposition.

On 19 January 2019, the opposition People's Progressive Party (PPP/C) chose former Housing Minister Irfaan Ali as its presidential candidate.


Guyanese Parliamentary Election Voting Live 2019

1. Guyanese Parliamentary Elections 2019 will be held in July 2019.

2. GYD$3.4 billion parliamentary approval for electoral polls not connected to CCJ decisions – Finance Minister.

3. Guyana gov’t will “honour and obey” CCJ judgments on no-confidence motion, GECOM Chairman appointment.


The Electoral system of Guyana

The 65 elected members of the National Assembly were elected using closed-list proportional representation from a single nationwide 40-seat constituency and 10 sub-national constituencies with a total of 25 seats. Seats are allocated using the Hare quota.

The leader of the single party or coalition which emerges with the largest number of seats in the election will become the President of Guyana.


Guyana past election results 

 

Party Votes % Seats +/–
APNU–Alliance for Change 207,201 50.30 33 0
People's Progressive Party 202,656 49.19 32 0
The United Force 1,099 0.27 0 0
United Republican Party 418 0.10 0 New
Independent Party 342 0.08 0 New
National Independent Party 254 0.06 0 New
Invalid/blank votes 4,000
Total 415,970 100 65 0
Registered voters/turnout 585,727 71.02

Cuban constitutional referendum 2019 Voting Live

Cuban constitutional referendum 2019 Results Voting Live

Cuban constitutional referendum Dates 2019

Cuban constitutional referendum Date: 24 Feb 2019 

constitutional referendum is scheduled to take place in Cuba on 24 February 2019. Voters will be asked whether they approved of a new constitution passed by the National Assembly of People's Power in July 2018.


Cuban constitutional referendum Voting Live 2019

1. The Cuba constitutional referendum election will be held on 24 Feb 2019.

2. Preparations Continue in Cuba for Constitutional Referendum.

3. Over 22,000 Cubans in Venezuela to Participate in 2019 Referendum.

4. Cuban government accused of censoring negative text message about the .new constitution.


The electoral system of Cuba

According to the constitution, Cuba is a socialist republic where all members or representative bodies of state power are elected and subject to recall and the masses control the activity of the state agencies, the deputies, delegates and officials. Elections in Cuba have two phases:

  1. election of delegates to the Municipal Assembly, and
  2. election of deputies to the Provincial and National Assemblies.

Candidates for municipal assemblies are nominated on an individual basis at local levels by the local population at nomination assemblies. Candidates for provincial assemblies and the National Assembly are nominated by the municipal assemblies from lists compiled by national, provincial and municipal candidacy commissions. Suggestions for nominations are made at all levels mainly by mass organizations, trade unions, people's councils, and student federations. The final list of candidates for the National Assembly, one for each district, is drawn up by the National Candidacy Commission; however, voters can, in theory, veto a candidate, because if a candidate failed to gain 50% of the vote, a new candidate would have to be chosen.

Anyone older than 16 other than those mentally incapacitated, imprisoned, or deprived of their political rights can vote and be nominated to these posts. No political parties (including the Communist Party of Cuba) are permitted to campaign. Instead, voters can consult candidates' biographies and photographs posted on public locations. All elections take place by secret ballot. Suffrage is afforded to Cuban citizens resident for two years on the island who are aged over sixteen years and who have not been found guilty of a criminal offense.


Cuba Parties and leaders

 

 

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Cuba past election results 

Option Votes % Seats
Full list 5,620,713 80.44 605
Selective vote 1,366,328 19.56
Invalid/blank votes 412,850
Total 7,399,891 100 605
Registered voters/turnout 8,639,989 85.65

Salvadoran presidential election 2019 Voting Live

Salvadoran presidential election 2019 Results Voting Live

Salvadoran presidential election Dates 2019

Salvadoran presidential election Date: 3 Feb 2019 

The government of El Salvador is a presidential representative democratic republic.

El Salvador elects its head of state – the President of El Salvador – directly through a fixed-date general election whose winner is decided by an absolute majority. If an absolute majority (50% + 1) is not achieved by any candidate in the first round of a presidential election, then a run-off election is conducted 30 days later between the two candidates who obtained the most votes in the first round. The presidential period is five years. Consecutive re-election is not permitted, though previously elected presidents may run for a second, non-consecutive term.

Presidential elections will be held in El Salvador on 3 February 2019, with the second round in March if no candidate wins an outright majority


Salvadoran presidential election Voting Live 2019

1. Salvadoran Presidential Election will be held on 3 Feb 2019.

2. Ambassador of El Salvador to Belize visits Minister of Transport and NEMO in Belmopan Office.

3. Palace expects winning senators in 2019 polls to support PRRD.


The electoral system of Salvadoran

El Salvador has a multi-party system. Two political parties, the Nationalist Republican Alliance (ARENA) and the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) have tended to dominate elections. ARENA candidates won four consecutive presidential elections until the election of Mauricio Funes of the FMLN in March 2009.

Geographically, the departments of the Central region, especially the capital and the coastal regions, known as departamentos Rojos, or red departments, are relatively Leftist. The department Azules, or blue departments in the east, western and highland regions are relatively conservative.


 

Salvadoran Parties and leaders

 

 

Party Presidential nominee Running mate
Nationalist Republican Alliance (ARENA) Carlos Calleja Carmen Aída Lazo
Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) Hugo Martínez Karina Sosa
Grand Alliance for National Unity (GANA) Nayib Bukele Félix Ulloa
Vamos Josué Alvarado Roberto Rivera

 


Salvadoran 2019 election results 

Salvadoran 2019 Election results will be updated here as it is declared.

Candidate Party First round
Votes %
Carlos Calleja Nationalist Republican Alliance    
Hugo Martínez Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front    
Nayib Bukele Grand Alliance for National Unity    
Josué Alvarado Vamos    
Total   100
Registered voters/turnout  

 


Salvadoran past election results 

Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Salvador Sánchez Cerén Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front 1,315,768 48.93 1,495,815 50.11
Norman Quijano Nationalist Republican Alliance 1,047,592 38.96 1,489,451 49.89
Antonio Saca Unity Movement 307,603 11.44  
René Rodriguez Hurtado Salvadoran Progressive Party 11,314 0.42
Óscar Lemus Salvadoran Patriot Fraternity 6,659 0.25
Invalid/blank votes 34,310 19,579
Total 2,723,246 100 3,004,845 100
Registered voters/turnout 4,955,107 54.96 4,955,107 60.64
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