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'''General elections''' for all 9 seats of the [[Council of State (Juclandia)|Council of State]], including the members of the [[Presidency of Juclandia]], were held in Juclandia from 17 to 22 August 2020. Adam Banici ended up on the first place, replacing [[Ovia Bogi]] as President of Juclandia.
 
'''General elections''' for all 9 seats of the [[Council of State (Juclandia)|Council of State]], including the members of the [[Presidency of Juclandia]], were held in Juclandia from 17 to 22 August 2020. Adam Banici ended up on the first place, replacing [[Ovia Bogi]] as President of Juclandia.
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==Electoral system==
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The 2020 elections were conducted using a different electoral system. For the first time in Juclandia's history, the President and the Vice President were no longer elected separately from the rest of the members of the Council of State. Moreover, the Council of State was reduced from 15 to 9 seats, with co-operative-based constituencies and the permanent seat of the Patriarch of the [[Church of Juclandia]] being abolished.
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Every voter disposed of 9 votes, to allocate freely among the candidates. Voters were free to distribute their votes without any constraints: they could spend all their 9 votes on a single candidate, or they could offer one vote to 9 different candidates, with all the options in-between remaining possible. The first-placed candidate would become President, whereas the runner-up would become Vice President.
  
 
==Results==
 
==Results==

Revision as of 22:32, 23 September 2020

Juclandian presidential election, 2020

← 2018 17-22 August 2020 2022 →
  AdamB.jpg OviaB.jpg
Candidate Adam Banici Ovia Bogi
Party Grey Area Popular Unity
Popular vote 195 187

President before election

Ovia Bogi
Popular Unity

Elected President

Adam Banici
Grey Area

General elections for all 9 seats of the Council of State, including the members of the Presidency of Juclandia, were held in Juclandia from 17 to 22 August 2020. Adam Banici ended up on the first place, replacing Ovia Bogi as President of Juclandia.

Electoral system

The 2020 elections were conducted using a different electoral system. For the first time in Juclandia's history, the President and the Vice President were no longer elected separately from the rest of the members of the Council of State. Moreover, the Council of State was reduced from 15 to 9 seats, with co-operative-based constituencies and the permanent seat of the Patriarch of the Church of Juclandia being abolished.

Every voter disposed of 9 votes, to allocate freely among the candidates. Voters were free to distribute their votes without any constraints: they could spend all their 9 votes on a single candidate, or they could offer one vote to 9 different candidates, with all the options in-between remaining possible. The first-placed candidate would become President, whereas the runner-up would become Vice President.

Results

e • d Summary of the 5 August 2018 Juclandian Council of State election results
Candidate Party Votes Perc.
Adam Banici Grey Area 195
Ovia Bogi Popular Unity Group 187
Iepure Novac Popular Unity Group 101
Tomi Jucărescu Popular Unity Group 91
Aurel Ghețiu United Revolutionary Front 88
Kusch Niedlich Grey Area 72
Fram Jucărescu United Revolutionary Front 68
Pisica Democrescu United Revolutionary Front 65
Bartholomeos Pravoslavnici Harmony - The Moderate Group 63
Unelected candidates
Babar Democrescu United Revolutionary Front 58
Anca Avici Harmony - The Moderate Group 46
Ursache Libereanu Harmony - The Moderate Group 45
Rico Sima Harmony - The Moderate Group 44
Grohi Smieșan Harmony - The Moderate Group 42
Leon Jucărescu United Revolutionary Front 39
Cangur Jucărescu United Revolutionary Front 38
Mank Bădescu Popular Unity Group 33
Kaliú Ansip United Revolutionary Front 32
Sid Perez United Revolutionary Front 31
Zydrunas Skaicius Popular Unity Group 29
Verdel Varaszlo Popular Unity Group 21
Miaunel Comuneanu Popular Unity Group 18
Spiridon Bogi Popular Unity Group 17
Aslan Gucilu Popular Unity Group 16
Tavi Dzaglishvili Grey Area 6
Mihaela Pisiceanu Grey Area 3
Alikis Prasinos Grey Area 3
Source: Central Electoral Committee

References

See also