2021 Baustralian general election

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4th Baustralian general election

← 2020 27 June 2021 2022 →

All 15 seats in the House of Commons
8 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Ella Parker, 2020 pattern aerial photo.jpg Charles Burgardt, 2020 pattern government photo.jpg Luis Medina, 2020 pattern official photo.jpg
Leader Ella Parker Charles Burgardt Luis Medina
Party Conservative Liberal Social Nationalist
Seats before 8 3 0
Seats after 8 3 0

  Fourth party
Leader Tau Barclay
Party Libertarian
Seats before 0
Seats after 0

Prime Minister before election

Sir Nick Sullivan

Elected Prime Minister

Ella Parker

The 2021 Baustralia general election took place on 27 June 2021, one week after the originally planned date.

Electoral system

One day before 2019 election polling started, the Parliament passed a motion to change the voting system to alternative voting. However, as there are only two candidates, the first-past-the-post system is used. The prime minister is elected directly by the citizens where they fill ballots saying which prime minister they wish to elect, then the votes are tallied per province, with the competitor voted by majority gaining the seat in parliament. The competitor with the most seats becomes prime minister.


The election should have taken place on 20 June 2021 as per the Fixed Terms Election Act, however it was moved a week after Sir Nick Sullivan dropped out as the 2021 Conservative candidate. He was succeeded by Wing commander Ella Parker.

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Conservative 15 48 8 0
Liberal 4 24 3 0
Invalid/blank votes 0 0
Total 11 +1
Registered voters/turnout 19 100