San Andrean legislative election, June 2012

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Legislative election for the 2nd People's Assembly were held in the People's State of San Andreas on June 10, 2012. The election failed to elect a new legislature and led to a constitutional crisis in San Andreas.

It was the first legislative election held in San Andreas.

Electoral system

At the time of the election, the People's Assembly consisted of four seats, where a member may have two seats and elected to a term of one year.

Candidates for this election ran as independents, as there were no political parties, and were selected by the San Andrean government. Voters are asked if they agree to the election of a candidate or not.

Result

Summary of the June 2012 People's Assembly elections
Political Party Seats in New Assembly Popular Vote %
Independent 1 (+1) 7 46.68%
Against 8 53.32%
Total 15 100.00%
Voter turnout 5 22.73%
Registered voters 22 100.00%
Summary of the June 2012 People's Assembly elections by candidate
Political Party Name Popular Vote %
Independent Pontus Lindroos [1] 3 20.00%
Independent Patryk Glebocki [2] 2 13.34%
Independent Andrew Hall [2] 2 13.34%
Against 8 53.32%
Voter turnout 5 22.73%
Registered voters 22 100.00%
[1] Won 60% individually
[2] Won 40% individually