March 2021 Vishwamitran general election

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2021 Vishwamitran General Election

27–28 February 2020

19[a] (of the 20) seats in the Parliament
11 needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  File:Portrait of Anoushkaa Patranabish in 2018.jpg
Candidate Princess Anoushkaa David Augustus
Party National People's Congress Royalist Party of Vishwamitra
Leader since 8 June 2020 29 January 2021
Leader's seat Brikshasthana,
Rashtra Niwas
Last election 34 seats, 97.14%[b] 0
Seats before 34 0
Seats won 10 5
Seat change N/A 5
Popular vote 41 33
Percentage 39.8% 32.03%

Prime Minister before election

Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu

Elected Prime Minister

Casper Naverović

A general election will be held in Vishwamitra on 27 and 28 February 2021 in order to elect twenty members to the parliament. This shall be the first general election following the nation's transition to a monarchy on 8 June 2020. Elections were to be held on all twenty seats of the parliament, however the election to the Chandril parliamentary constituency of the parliament was cancelled due to no candidate filling nomination from that seat. Candidates from eleven seats were declared elect unopposed on 14 February 2021.

Election schedule

The election schedule was announced by the Election Commission of Vishwamitra headed by Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya on 13 January 2021 following the dissolution of the 11th Parliament. The elections are scheduled to be held in two phases, the first phase being on 27 February and the second, being on 28 February. The election protocol was effective on 28 January, a month before the election. As per election tradition, Princess Anoushkaa and her council of ministers tendered their resignation on 28 February, following which a caretaker ministry was formed under the premiership of Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu.

Phase-wise polling constituencies in each province as on 13 January 2021
Province/territory Total


Election dates and number of constituencies
Phase 1 Phase 2
27 February 28 February
Purvanchal 6 6
Beltola 3 3
Uttaranchal 2 2
Madhya Prant 2 2
Kamrupa 2 2
Basistha 3 3
Chandrabans 1 1
Chandril 1 1

The scrutiny of the candidacies were carried out on 14 February 2021, following which nine candidates from eleven constituencies were declared unopposed-elect to the Parliament and the election to the Chandril parliamentary constituency was cancelled following the expulsion of the Special Administrative Territory of Chandril from the union on 6 February. Hence, the election to the remaining eight seats of the parliament will be held in two phases on 27 and 28 February 2021.



10 5 3
National People's Congress Royalist Party of Vishwamitra Independents

Seat share of parties in the election

  NPC (50%)
  RPV (25%)
  IND (15%)
  Vacant (10%)
  Other (0%)
Party/alliance Votes % Seats +/–
National People's Congress 41 39.8 10 N/A
Royalist Party of Vishwamitra 33 32.03 5 5
Independent 29 28.1 3 2
Vacant N/A N/A 2 N/A
Total 103 100 20

Results by constituencies wise


Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NPC Asmi Patranabis N/A 100 N/A
Majority N/A 100 N/A
NPC hold Swing N/A


Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu 12 54.54 N/A
NPC Ava Calero 10 45.45 N/A
Majority 22 88 N/A
Independent win

National Capital Constituency

National Capital Constituency
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NPC Saikat Seal 11 50 N/A
Independent Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu 11 50 N/A
Majority 22 88 N/A

The results of the election from the National Capital Constituency was cancelled due to a draw between the two candidates.


  1. Election to the Chandril parliamentary constituency was cancelled due to no candidacies being filled.
  2. The 12th Parliament of Vishwamitra consisted of 35 members.