Sabioveronese general election, 2012

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Sabioveronese general election, 2012

23 December 2012 May 2013 →

All 20 seats to the Legislative Courts
11 seats needed for a majority
Turnout92%
  First party Second party
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Leader Osez Kóvérsz Napoléon Bleuberrie
Party Unity Socialist Party
Leader's seat Caenia Saint Enric
Last election 8 seats 12 seats
Seats won 11 9
Seat change 3 3
Popular vote 29 17
Percentage 67.4% 36.9%

PM before election

Napoléon Bleuberrie
Socialist Party

Prime Minister after election

Osez Kóvérsz
Unity

Sabia and Verona held its first parliamentary election on 23 December 2012, alongside Juclandia. All 20 seats of the unicameral Legislative Courts were elected. Two parties participated in the election: the Socialists, led by then-Prime Minister Napoléon Bleuberrie, and the Unity Party, led by Osez Kóvérsz.

The Socialist Party and Bleuberrie, who had been elected by the Courts (at the time composed of self-appointed political leaders of the region), were widely expected to emerge victorious, but Kóvérsz ultimately led Unity to a majority with nearly 70% of the vote. Kóvérsz then succeeded Bleuberrie as Prime Minister and installed a national unity government, forged by the Karasal Treaty, on 1 January 2013.[1]

Results

Elected legislators

District MC Party
Sabia Aguasblancas Paula Lapette Socialist Party
Amaro Perdeut Unity Party
José Valladolid Unity Party
Guido Vogelauge Unity Party
Caenia Árigos Grenouille Unity Party
Nadia Kóvérsz Unity Party
Osez Kóvérsz Unity Party
Timothy Lawrence Socialist Party
Carla Mora Unity Party
Salisse Napoléon Bleuberrie Socialist Party
Étienne Boulin Socialist Party
Pomme-Gabrielle Gauvier Socialist Party
Snø Jens Socialist Party
Ulla Müller Socialist Party
Bertrand Rivière Unity Party
Verona Abrelia Graham Müntz Unity Party
Gonzalo Salomé Unity Party
Tegula Petyr Cohen Socialist Party
François Florent Unity Party
Dovedán Pashor Socialist Party

References

  1. "Elections 2012: Unity Party for the win". The SiV Phonograph. 24 December 2012. Retrieved 30 October 2017.