Malagasy Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Malagasy Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Malagasy Parliamentary Election Dates 2019

Malagasy Parliamentary Election Date: 27 May 2019 

The parliamentary election is scheduled to be held in Madagascar on 27 May 2019, to elect the National Assembly

Madagascar 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, by absolute majority through a two-round system. The Parliament has two chambers. The National Assembly (Antenimieram-Pirenena/Assemblée Nationale) has 151 members, elected for a five-year term in single-member and two-member constituencies. In single-member constituencies, representatives are elected by cooking system|simple majority]], in the two-member constituencies, closed party lists are used, with the two seats distributed using a highest averages method. The Senate (Sénat) has 33 members, 22 members elected by the regions by provincial electors, and 11 members appointed by the president, all for 5-year terms.


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The Electoral system of Madagascar

The 151 members of the National Assembly are elected by two methods; 87 are elected from single-member constituencies by first-past-the-post voting, with the remaining 64 elected from 32 two-seat constituencies.


Madagascar Parties and leaders

 

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Madagascar past election results 

 

Candidate Party Votes % Votes %
Hery Rajaonarimampianina Hery Vaovao ho an'i Madagasikara 721,206 15.93 2,060,124 53.49
Jean Louis Robinson AVANA 955,534 21.10 1,791,336 46.51
Hajo Herivelona Andrianainarivelo Malagasy Miara Miainga 476,153 10.51  
Roland Ratsiraka MTS 407,732 9.00
Albert Camille Vital Hiaraka Isika 310,253 6.85
Saraha Georget Rabeharisoa Green Party 203,699 4.50
Edgard Razafindravahy Edgard Razafindravahy 197,081 4.35
Pierrot Rajaonarivelo MDM 121,999 2.69
Joseph Martin Randriamampionona RTM (Dadafara) 105,184 2.32
Benjamin Radavidson Andriamparany FFF 100,890 2.23
William Ratrema GAM/PATRAM 96,715 2.14
Jean Eugène Voninahitsy LES AS 96,547 2.13
Julien Razafinmanazato ESD 72,875 1.61
Monja Zafitsimivalo Roindefo MONIMA 68,563 1.51
Brigitte Ihantanirina Rabemananantsoa AMP 62,652 1.38
Willy Sylvain Rabetsaroana PNJ Mazava Sylvain 57,829 1.28
Clément Zafisolo Ravalisaona AME 52,083 1.15
Rakoto Andrianirina Fetison RDS 49,599 1.10
Tabera Randriamanantsoa KINTANA 40,253 0.89
Laza Razafiarison Avotra Ho An'ny Firenena 39,952 0.88
Jean Lahiniriko KML 39,648 0.88
Patrick Rajaonary Vonjeo Madagasikara 38,934 0.86
Rakotomaharo Rajemison MAMAFISOA 38,827 0.86
Roland Dieudonne Rabeharison FAMA 32,157 0.71
Djacoba Alain Tehindrazanarivelo ENNA 25,974 0.57
Faharo Ratsimbalson Independent 24,536 0.54
Patrick Raharimanana Vitatsika Io 19,684 0.43
Mickaël Brechard Dofo MIM 15,538 0.34
William Noelson MITM 14,096 0.31
Lezava Fleury Rabarison HARENA 11,347 0.25
Guy Ratrimoarivony HOP 10,913 0.24
Jean Pierre Rakoto RJP 9,965 0.22
Freddy Tinasoa OBAMA 9,971 0.22
Invalid/blank votes 303,277 191,786
Total 4,831,666 100.00 4,043,246 100.00
Registered voters/turnout 7,823,305 61.76 7,971,790 50.72

Chadian Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Chadian Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Chadian Parliamentary Election Dates 2019

Chadian Parliamentary Election Date: 30 May 2019 

Parliamentary elections were scheduled to be held in Chad in November 2018, having been postponed since 2015. A new deadline of May 2019 was subsequently proposed by the government. The new National Independent Elections Commission (CENI) was sworn in by the Supreme Court on 4 April 2019 despite protests by segments of the opposition regarding its impartiality. On 5 April, the Coordination des Partis Politiques pour la Défense de la Constitution (CPDC) comprising a dozen opposition parties controlling 31 seats in the 188-seat National Assembly rejected the swearing-in, calling it "illegally constituted, null and void and of no effect."


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The Electoral system of Chad

The 188 members of the National Assembly are elected from 116 constituencies. Constituencies with a population of over 50,000 have two members, with an additional member for every additional 40,000 residents. In constituencies with one seat, the two-round system is used. In multi-member constituencies, a party winning over 50% of the vote wins all the seats; if no party wins over 50% of the vote, seats are allocated proportionally using the highest averages method.


Chad Parties and leaders

 

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Chad past election results 

Party/Alliance Votes % Seats
MPS coalition Patriotic Salvation Movement     83
MPS–RDP     25
MPS–RNDP     18
MPS–RDP–RNDP     8
UNDR–PLD coalition National Union for Democracy and Renewal     10
UNDR–PLD     2
Union for Renewal and Democracy     8
National Rally for Democracy in Chad     8
Federation, Action for the Republic     4
ART–CNDS–MPDT–PPJE–RDP/R
coalition
ART–CNDS     1
MPDT–RDP/R–CNDS     1
PPJE–ART–CNDS     1
Democratic and Socialist Party for Alternation     2
Chadian Convention for Peace and Development     2
Union for Democracy and the Republic     2
Chadian Democratic Union     1
National Action for Development     1
New Breath for the Republic     1
Rally of People for Democratic Alternation     1
Movement of Patriotic Chadians for the Republic     1
Democratic Party of the Chadian People     1
Union of Democratic Forces/Republican Party     1
Union of Chadian Ecologists     1
PDI–RPT     1
African Party for Peace and Social Justice     1
Total     188

North Korean parliamentary election 2019 Voting Live

North Korean parliamentary election 2019 Results Voting Live

North Korean parliamentary election Dates 2019

North Korean parliamentary election Date: 10 March 2019 

Elections in North Korea are held every four-to-five years for the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA), the country's national legislature, and every four years for Local People's Assemblies.

All seats are won by the Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland. The Workers' Party of Korea dominates the Front and holds 87.5% of the seats, with 7.4% for the Korean Social Democratic Party, 3.2% for the Chondoist Chongu Party, and 1.9% for independent deputies.  According to official reports, turnout is near 100%, and approval of the Democratic Front's candidates is unanimous or nearly so.

The parliamentary election in North Korea, creating the 14th Supreme People's Assembly, is scheduled to be held on 10 March 2019.


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The Electoral system of North Korea

Only one candidate appears on each ballot. Elections are ostensibly conducted by secret ballot, and a voter may cross off the candidate's name to vote against him/her but must do so by crossing out the name without secrecy. Voting is mandatory and turnout is habitually near 100%.

Members of the Supreme People's Assembly are elected to five-year terms and meet for SPA sessions up to ten days per year. The Supreme People's Assembly elects a standing committee known as the Presidium, which exercises legislative functions when the Assembly is not in session. It also elects the Chairman of the National Defence Commission, the country's chief executive, and the Premier.


North Korea Parties and leaders

 

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North Korean past election results 

Alliance Party Votes % Seats
Democratic Front for the 
Reunification of Korea
Workers' Party of Korea   100 607
Korean Social Democratic Party 50
Chondoist Chongu Party 22
General Association of Korean Residents in Japan 5
Religious associations 3
Total   100 687
Registered voters/turnout   99.97