Galicia Parliamentary election 2016 Dates Results Schedule Candidates Opinion Poll winner, Parliamentary Result of Galicia, Galicia Election result 2016, Galicia parliamentary election results 2016 Party wise Candidates Popular votes
Could it end Spainsh Political Deadlock is the question everyone is asking.
Rajoy's PP easily Won with absolute majority in his native Galicia, a conservative stronghold. The PP have ruled this rainy, northwestern region for most of Spain's four-decade democracy.
The ballots in the northern regions of Galicia and the Basque Country boosted acting PM Mariano Rajoy while the Socialists lost seats in both regions, but it remains to be seen if the results lead the Socialists to abstain in any future parliamentary vote of confidence to allow Rajoy a second term as leader.
Opinion Polls are showing PP wining.
The 2016 Galician parliamentary election will be held on Sunday, 25 September 2016, to elect the 10th Parliament of Galicia, the regional legislature of the Spanish autonomous community of Galicia. All 75 seats in the Parliament will be up for election. The election will be held simultaneously with a regional election in the Basque Country.
Alberto Núñez Feijóo announced the election would be brought forward to September, after initially scheduling to held it throughout October, after Basque Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu announced he would held the Basque election on 25 September. Feijóo argued his decision in that it would make "no sense" to hold the election just mere weeks after the Basque poll, specially considering the state of political unstability dominating the national landscape and the possible backlash the regional elections could have on parties' stances during the government formation process
38 seats are required for an absolute majority in the Parliament of Galicia. PP is projected to be winning. PSOE at second position with 13 seats.
Live Galician parliamentary election results 2016 (declare on 25 September)
|People's Party of Galicia (PPdeG)||6,76,676||47.53||41||±0|
|In Tide (En Marea)||2,71,418||19.06||14||5|
|Socialists' Party of Galicia (PSdeG–PSOE)||2,54,552||17.88||14||–4|
|Galician Nationalist Bloc–Us–Galician Candidacy (BNG–Nós)||1,18,982||8.36||6||–1|
|Citizens–Party of the Citizenry (C's)||48,103||3.38||New||0||±0|
|Animalist Party Against Mistreatment of Animals (PACMA)||14,785||1.04||0||±0|
|Ourensan Democracy (DO)||7,679||0.54||0||±0|
|Commitment to Galicia (CxG)||4,030||0.28||0||±0|
|Let's Win Galicia: Yes We Can (Gañemos)||2,460||0.17||New||0||±0|
|Anti-Corruption and Justice Party (PAyJ)||2,435||0.17||New||0||±0|
|Zero Cuts–Green Group (Recortes Cero–GV)||2,213||0.16||New||0||±0|
|Communists of Galicia (PCPE–CdG)||1,356||0.1||0||±0|
|Blank Seats (EB)||1,102||0.08||0||±0|
|Democratic Action Citizens of Galicia (ADCG)||621||0.04||New||0||±0|
|XXI Convergence (C21)||475||0.03||0||±0|
|Independent Alternative of Galicia (AIdG)||350||0.02||New||0||±0|
|United by the Future! (Unidos Sí–DEF)||294||0.02||New||0||±0|
|Galicia New Way (VN)||275||0.02||New||0||±0|
|Libertarian Party (P-LIB)||206||0.01||New||0||±0|
|Votes cast / turnout|