4th Austrovian Reichstag Election

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4th Austrovian Reichstag Election
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All 30 seats
15 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Ndppp.png Traditionalist.png Freedom Party.png
Leader Daisy Drake Seterah Speed Emily Drake
Party National Democratic Populist Party Traditionalist Party Freedom Party
Leader since April 20th, 2017 October 25, 2017 November 4th, 2017
Leader's seat Marymac Etiwanda District 2 Serpentia
Last election 13 6 4
Seats before 13 6 4
Seats won 10 7 3
Seat change 3 1 1

  Fourth party Fifth party
  NationalPartyLogo.png Citizen'sParty.png
Leader Connor Pittman Jayden Hyde
Party National Party Citizen's Party
Leader since February 5th, 2018 March 26th, 2018
Leader's seat Etiwanda District 2 Upper Pretoria
Last election 4 3
Seats before 4 3
Seats won 4 5
Seat change 0 2

Speaker before election

Zach Peller
National Democratic Populist Party

Elected Speaker

Zach Peller
National Democratic Populist Party

The 4th Austrovian Reichstag Election will be the fourth legislative election in Austrovia. The election was called after the results of the 3rd Austrovian Reichstag Election was released. The election will be the last election to follow the two month calender and will instead follow a six month calender along with Federal Elections. The election will also be the first time since December 2017 that a Governor is elected.

Results

Party Position Seats %
Ndppp.png National Democratic Populist Party Centre 10 33.3%
Citizen'sParty.png Citizen's Party (Austrovia) Centre Left 5 16.6%
Traditionalist.png Traditionalist Party Centre Right 7 23.3%
Freedom Party.png Freedom Party of Austrovia Right Wing 3 10%
NationalPartyLogo.png National Party of Austrovia Centre-Right to Right Wing 4 13.3%

The Election saw the decrease in National Democratic Populist and Freedom seats, with the NDPP losing three seats, while the Freedom Party losing one. As predicted, the Citizen's Party won the most, gaining two seats from the NDPP while surprisingly, the Traditionalist Party also won a seat from the NDPP.