Demirelian general election, June 2020

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Demirelian general election, June 2020

← December 2019 27 - 29 June 2020 December 2020 →
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All 3 seats in the Landsting
2 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  File:L Næsheim-Renwick bubble.png File:S Renwick bubble.png
Leader Lise Næsheim-Renwick Sean Renwick
Party Demirelian National Alliance Demirelian Liberal Party
Seats before 2 1
Seats won 2 1
Seat change Steady Steady
Popular vote 4 2
Percentage 66.67% 33.33%

Statskansler before election

Lise Næsheim-Renwick
National Alliance

Statskansler after election

Lise Næsheim-Renwick
National Alliance

The 2nd Demirelian general election took place from the 27th til the 29th of June 2020, encompassing legislative elections to the Landsting.


The Landsting was originally a purely appointed body, it’s members being appointed by the Demirelian monarch. However, the body was transformed into an elected body following the enactment of the Constitutional Charter of 2019. Concurrent with the December federal election, state elections were thereby called.

In the lead up to the election, the Landsting passed a controversial Language Law on 5 December 2019, leading to the assembly splitting into political parties for the first time. These were the pro-language law Demirelian National Alliance and anti-language Law Demirelian Liberal Party.

Electoral system

Members of the Landsting are elected using a party-list proportional representation system and the Droop quota is used for allocating seats to parties. Each party gets to submit a list of members who wish to be elected in the Landsting and must not exceed the total number of seats. Members under the party list are ordered accordingly at the discretion of the party and they have to belong to the same party as their party list.


National Alliance

The National Alliance centred it’s campaign around the promise of continuing to defend the state’s Norwegian identity and to continue the governmental stability and progress they had delivered since last election.


The Liberal Party campaigned on a promise to repeal the 2019 Language Law, re-equalising English and Norwegian, along with instituting constitutional reform to limit royal power.


The table below lists parties currently represented in the Landsting.

Name Ideologies Leader Dec. 2019 result Current seats
Votes (%) Seats
DNA Demirelian National Alliance
Det Demirelske Nasjonalallianse
Social Democracy Lise Næsheim-Renwick 66,67
2 / 3
2 / 3
DLP Demirelian Liberal Party
Det Demirelske Liberalparti
Social Liberalism Sean Renwick 33,33
1 / 3
1 / 3


Landsting – Turnout 100%
Party Votes % Seats Change
  Demirelian National Alliance 4 66.67 2 Steady
  Demirelian Liberal Party 2 33.33 1 Steady
Total 6 100.00 3 Steady
Invalid/blank votes 0 0
Registered voters/turnout 6 100.00
Source: Reichswahlkommission Official Report

Popular Vote
National Alliance
Liberal Party
Landsting Seats
National Alliance
Liberal Party


Previous MP Party Elected MP Party Took office Seat #
Lise Næsheim-Renwick National Alliance Lise Næsheim-Renwick National Alliance 30 December 2017 1
Åse Næsheim National Alliance Åse Næsheim National Alliance 30 December 2017 2
Sean Renwick Liberal Party Sean Renwick Liberal Party 29 May 2019 3