Sabioveronese general election, May 2013

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Sabioveronese general election, May 2013

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All 20 seats to the Legislative Courts
11 seats needed for a majority
Turnout69%
  First party Second party
  Bleuberrie2013.png Amaroperdeut.jpg
Leader Napoléon Bleuberrie Amaro Perdeut
Party Socialist Party Unity
Leader since 26 October 2012 N/A[N 1]
Leader's seat Salisse Caenia
Last election 9 seats, 36.9% 11 seats, 67.4%
Seats won 10 5
Seat change 1 6
Popular vote 22 19
Percentage 31.8% 27.5%
Swing 5.1 p.p. 39.9 p.p.

  Third party Fourth party
  Ryampiper.jpg A Schubert-Moss.jpg
Leader Ryam Piper Anton Schubert-Moss
Party Strawberry FSF
Leader since N/A[N 1] N/A[N 1]
Leader's seat Tegula Elinore
Last election New New
Seats won 3 2
Seat change 3 2
Popular vote 15 13
Percentage 21.7% 18.8%
Swing 21.7 p.p. 18.8% p.p.

PM before election

Osez Kóvérsz
Unity

Prime Minister after election

Napoléon Bleuberrie
Socialist Party

Sabia and Verona held its second general election on 20 May 2013. All 20 seats of the Legislative Courts were renewed. The Socialists, led by Napoléon Bleuberrie, won the most seats (10) and Bleuberrie was installed as Prime Minister for a second, non-consecutive term. With a clear plurality, Bleuberrie was tasked with forming his second ministry, also a national unity government as per the Karasal Council.[1]

The Unity Party, jointly led by Graham Müntz and then-Prime Minister Osez Kóvérsz, suffered a considerably loss as their support dropped from 67.4% in 2012 to just 27.5%, meaning they lost their majority in the Courts. In late February 2013, Kóvérsz announced he would not be Unity's Prime Minister-candidate, and Müntz nominated low-profile Environment Minister Amaro Perdeut to be the party's candidate in the election.

Two new parties competed in the election, and diverted a considerable amount of votes from Unity and the Socialists: the environmentalist Strawberry Party (AM), founded by Governor Tarik Kârjasary, and the far-left Free Suyu Front (FSF), founded by Hidram Cerwyn. The AM chose Ryam Piper as its Prime Minister-candidate, while the FSF nominated Anton Schubert-Moss, who had served as a minister in Kovérsz's national unity government.

This election saw a considerable increase in voters since 2012, as the population had now grown in the expanding micronation. At 69%, turnout was the second lowest in Sabia and Verona's history after the September 2013 election.

Parties and candidates

Party Ideology Leader PM-candidate
Socialist Party (CM) Bleuberrism Napoléon Bleuberrie
Unity Party (CeM) Liberalism Graham Müntz Amaro Perdeut
Strawberry Party (xAM) Environmentalism Tarik Kârjasary Ryam Piper
Free Suyu Front (FSF) Environmentalism Hidram Cerwyn Anton Schubert-Moss

Opinion polling

Pollster Release date CM CeM xAM FSF Other Lead
The SiV Phonograph 23-04-2013 56% 33% 10% 11% 23%
Businesstoy 24-04-2013 40% 42% 8% 10% 2%

Results

Elected legislators

District MC Party
Sabia Aguasblancas Paula Lapette Socialist Party
Marie Hernández Strawberry Party
Oliver Pondstone Socialist Party
Caenia Carla Mora Unity Party
Osez Kóvérsz Unity Party
Boris Tovinski Socialist Party
Elinore Hidram Cerwyn Free Suyu Front
Anton Schubert-Moss Free Suyu Front
Salisse Harmê Bertram Socialist Party
Napoléon Bleuberrie Socialist Party
Étienne Boulin Socialist Party
Ernesto DaVilha Socialist Party
Snø Jens Socialist Party
Vinter Jens Socialist Party
Bertrand Rivière Unity Party
Verona Abrelia Graham Müntz Unity Party
Dímeros Grenouille Unity Party
Tegula Apollo Cerwyn Strawberry Party
Valentina Giallosso Strawberry Party
Andreina Rossini Socialist Party

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Neither Perdeut nor Piper were the leaders of their respective parties; instead, they were the Prime Minister-candidates designated by the party leaders.

References

  1. "Decisive: Bleuberrie sweeps the elections". The SiV Phonograph. 20 May 2013. Retrieved 30 October 2017.