2017 Aduraszna General Election

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2017 Aduraszna General Election
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320 members of parliament to the Aszar Chamber
161 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout92.23% (Decrease 0.18%)
  First party Second party Third party
  Icon-ReNDaF.png Icon-AKER.png Icon-SolSquare.png
Leader Kasran Felaits Te'a Skárun Kestrel Sarikai
Party Democracy and Freedom Aszar Kharo / Ex Rei Solidarity
Leader since 18 September, 2013 1 June, 2014 8 September, 2015
Last election 184 105 8
Seats won 162 129 8
Seat change Decrease 22 Increase 24 Steady
Popular vote 4,456,371 4,143,660 796,612
Percentage 37.4% 34.8% 6.7%
Swing Decrease 3.5pp Increase 2.6pp Increase 0.3pp

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Icon-MC.png Icon-MEA.png Icon-KNCR.png
Leader Hardin Táril Areu'i Tsankur Sanjarai Eleris
Party Meaningful Change Movement for
Ecological Action
Kietul Njartikt -
Civic Renewal
Leader since 6 July, 2012 29 October, 2010 19 January, 2005
Last election 9 8 5
Seats won 7 6 6
Seat change Decrease 2 Decrease 2 Increase 1
Popular vote 656,456 601,068 489,702
Percentage 5.5% 5.0% 4.1%
Swing Decrease 0.1pp Decrease 0.8pp Decrease 1.3pp

  Seventh party Eighth party Ninth party
  Icon-Atn.png Icon-RK.png Icon-AST.png
Leader Lo Sadzhun none Sadzhra Leilikra
Party Attention! Reirenu'a Karus Aduraszna Sara'e'Tinjasrir
Leader since 15 February, 2008 16 August, 2007
Last election 0 1 0
Seats won 1 1 0
Seat change Increase 1 Steady Steady
Popular vote 383,059 80,904 313,020
Percentage 3.2% 0.7% 2.6%
Swing Increase 1.4pp Steady Increase 1.4pp

The 2017 Aduraszna General Election was held in Aduraszna on Friday 25 August 2017, to elect 320 members of parliament to the Aszar Chamber of Representatives. Despite a relatively bumpy four-year term from the incumbent ReNDaF government, prime minister Kasran Felaits was able to continue in office, albeit with his majority decreased substantially from 48 to 4 following a 3% two-party swing against him. Despite what was technically a victory, the loss of 22 seats compunded with other issues of Felaits's premiership, culminating in a leadership spill in 2018 which would see him replaced by moderate challenger Harun Lunsdzhura.

Results

Constituency Map

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