2021 Vinalian General election

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2021 Vinalian General election

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All 238 seats in the House of the People (119 needed for majority). All 39 seats in the Senate of the Union (20 needed for majority).
Registered19,572,520
Turnout15,181,482 (77.57% Increase 15.66%)
  First party Second party Third party
  Andrej Plenković 2019 (cropped).jpg Karol Aída Cariola Oliva (2018).jpg Neto bran.jpg
Leader Omelyan Pavlov Rayisa Bohdanivna Stepan Martynyuk
Party Unionist Party Workers Party of Vinalia Conservative Party
Leader since 20 June 2018 19 December 2020 28 January 2017
Leader's seat Chyhyryn Senate Party List Orlavo House Party List Velkarichka House Party List
Last election 13 Senate, 80 House 11 Senate, 57 House 8 Senate, 42 House
Seats won 16 Senate, 93 House 12 Senate, 58 House 11 Senate, 51 House
Seat change 3 SenateIncrease, 13 HouseIncrease 1 SenateIncrease, 1 HouseIncrease 3 SenateIncrease, 9 HouseIncrease
Popular vote 4,449,517 3,796,214 3,189,603
Percentage 29.31% 25.01% 21.01%
Swing Increase1.63pp Decrease1.40pp Increase3.48pp

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Mauricio Radford.png Edmond-Mulet.jpg Nineth Montenegro (cropped).jpg
Leader Trokhym Radkohn Hryhorij Bujicnovik Yana Perepelytsya
Party Freedom Party Nationalist Party Green Party
Leader since 20 August 2018 30 January 2019 17 November 2006
Leader's seat Shyroniy Senate Party List South Bin House Party List Orlavo House Party List
Last election 6 Senate, 32 House 1 Senate, 15 House 4 House
Seats won 0 Senate, 9 House 0 Senate, 4 House 10 House
Seat change 6 SenateDecrease, 23 HouseDecrease 1 SenateDecrease, 11 HouseDecrease 6 HouseIncrease
Popular vote 653,951 495,674 856,964
Percentage 4.31% 3.26% 5.64%
Swing Decrease4.67pp Decrease2.67 Increase1.43pp

Minister-President before election

Omelyan Pavlov
Unionist

Elected Minister-President

Omelyan Pavlov
Unionist

The 2021 Vinalian General election was held on Sunday, 12 August 2021, to elect the 16th Vinalian Parliament of the United Republic of Vinalia. All 238 seats in the House of the People were up for election, as well as the 39 seats in the Senate of the Union. The election was called, after the Parliament was dissolved by President Ersnt Rupold, on June 12th 2021, as per law which mandates parliamentary elections 3 years after the previous parliamentary election, which had been carried out the 12th of August 2018.

Pavlov was competing to be reelected for his second term as head of the Unionist Party, which had been leading a Minority government since 2018. Although both Workers and Conservative parties were in Confidence and supply of Pavlov, and he did not face any challenge to his position during his term. One of his major criticisms was his inability to move forward with major bills as his government did not have the votes to act unilaterally. He promised in March 2020, that he would establish a coalition if the Unionist party did not gain a majority. The Workers Party the second largest party in Parliament has been hit by stagnant results in local elections and dissastifaction with their unwillingness to form a coalition with the Unionists. A major scandal in November heavily reduced the parties polling numbers and led to a major breakout group, as the party held elections to replace its leader. Rayisa Bohdanivna was elected by the party and saw the party reform and announced its willingness to enter into a coalition with the Unionist party following the elections. The Conservative party, which had under Stepan Martynyuk moved further to the right, and increased its inflammatory rhetoric, which has seen it distance itself from the Pavlov government. The Conservative Party which had seen great success in local elections and with wavering support for the Nationalist and Freedom parties, the Conservative party was set to make gains against those two parties. Other parties such as the Indigenous and Green parties were expected to perform well in the election.

The Unionist, Workers, and Conservative parties made gains during the elections cementing their positions. No senators from neither of the 3 major parties were elected, including previous incumbents. The gains made by the Unionist party established them as the largest party and ensured Omelyan Pavlov a second term as Minister-President of Vinalia. The Conservative party made its greatest gains since the government of Ulyana Hryhorivna, primarily from a swing in former Freedom and Nationalist voters. The Socialist Alternative for Vinalia and Indigenous party of Vinalia made minor gains but made little process in dissuading voters of the 3 major parties, instead gaining most of their support from Green and the Workers International voters.

Omelyan Pavlov was announced as the new Minister-President of Vinalia on the 18th of August following the establishment of a ruling coalition with the Workers party which granted Pavlov a ruling majority in both houses of parliament, and almost a 2/3rds majority in the house. His cabinet was announced the 29th of August, and was voted and approved by parliament th day after. Valeria Kunavin was elected as president of the Republic on the 14th of August following a pre election agreement by all 3 major parties, succeeding President Ersnt Rupold the following morning. Valeria was the first Independent President or Minister-President elected in the history of Vinalia.

Electoral process

Voters elect using the closed list Proportional representation method, each province/federal district is slotted at the minimum one seat, with seats being added in relation to the province/district with the smallest population (currently the province of Juyu Ruwach South with 134,600 people). The largest province by population and seats is that of Shyroniy with 36 seats followed by Rigalia with 33 seats. Elections are held every three years, with seats being assigned every 10 years following a census (the Federal district of Vinalinsk had a census performed in 2017, adding one more seats into the district bringing its total to 2.)

Each voter can cast two votes for the House: a provincial party list vote (first vote) and a national list vote (second vote). Based solely on the first votes, 188 members are elected by closed party lists in all 13 Provinces/Districts. The second votes are used to produce 50 seats for parties at a national level. Seats are allocated using the D'Hondt method. To be assigned a seat in the National List a party must receive more second votes nationwide than the electoral threshold of 5%.

Elections for the Senate are similar to House elections with the exception that all provinces/districts elect 3 members regardless of population, a 33% of the vote is required for a party to sit a member, although this is hard to achieve. As with the house, the party with the largest percentage of the vote gets seated, in case the vote is split and the threshold cannot be reached.

Background

Workers party leadership crisis

The Workers party under Vadym Stepanovych, had arrived from a bad 2018 election. Workers voters and party members were left unsatisfied by Vadym which refused to enter into an official coalition with the Unionist party of Pavlov. Although the Workers party operated in great cohesion with the Unionist parties, no official coalition agreement was ever reached following the breakdown of the Grand Coalition between Unionist-Workers-Conservative in April 2018, which ended Turden Najic's Minister-Presidency. Vadym had made it a goal of the party to enter into a coalition with the Unionist party to exclude the Conservative party from any coalition agreement with the Unionists. His inability to respond to Conservative attacks and pressure also led to general unpopularity.

Following the defeat of Workers incumbent Mayor of Tajinsk Taisiia Zhena in October 19th 2020, to the Conservatives, a position she had held for 8 years and was highly expected to keep. Vadym attempted to direct the party towards a more moderate view. Such a move angered the left wing of the party which rallied around Orlavo Senator Alina Rybak in opposition to him. Although un satisfaction with Vadym was wide inside the party, no candidate held sufficient support to launch a successful leadership challenge, additionally the instability this might create for the party was deemed as too much of a risk in the face of coming elections. Yet public dissatisfaction with Vadym existed.

On November 4th, after a business trip to Soravia, Vadym was pictured in a Soravian beach resort kissing a woman who was later identified to be a campaign staffer. The pictures appeared in Vinalian Tabloid Morning News (Ранкові Hовини; Rankovi Novyny) the morning after, becoming a major breaking story. Vadym was called out after having denounced Freedom party Velkarichka city councillor Yankul Kollar in January, who had been found to be cheating on his wife, House member Amelia Tychinka with a campaign staffer. Vadym initially remained silent, but after the possibility of investigation into Vadym's campaign staffers and how they had managed to afford such rooms in the Soravian resort. Vadym flew back to Vinalia on November 6th, and resigned his position as leader of the Workers party and Pavlov's Cabinet. Triggering a party leadership election within 3 months. As no clear successor to Vadym existed, a general leadership crisis began.

The crisis resulted in the party setting elections for the 30th January to elect a party leader. Initially 3 major candidates were seen as ideological successors to Vadym which represented the traditional moderate wing of the party: The Speaker of the Senate, Yaroslav Savych; leader of the Workers party in the House, Artur Vsevolodovych; and House member Alla Leontiyivna. Although neither of the 3 candidates had more than 10% of support among the party electorate, as close to 30 individuals were in the race for the position. Alina Rybak received a major boost on her candidacy when on November 9th she delivered a speech in opposition to Pavlov. She quickly became the face of the left wing of the party, although her support among members inside Parliament was limited her outspoken attitude earned her support from younger voters.

On November 18th she announced that she and another Senator along with 4 house members were leaving the party and establishing a new party, the Socialist Alternative for Vinalia. The announcement was a surprise to the party electorate, and many flooded to support Alina. By the end of December, 3 Senators and 15 House members had switched over to the Socialist Alternative, as had a large group of legislatures in the State Legislatures and municipal positions. The party was polling at 14% during December 2% over the Workers party, however her credibility was hurt following the surfacing of pictures of her with the People's Defence Action Group, a pro-People's Republic of Vinalia which denies the illegality or existence of killings of religious prisoners during the leadership of Danylo Palij between 1966 and 1975. Her inability to counter such attacks, along unapologetic remarks began to reduce her numbers, the election of Rayisa Bohdanivna to the leadership of the Workers Party on January 15th cemented the Socialist Alternative to between 2-4% of support.

Rayisa Bohdanivna a relatively young House member at just 36, she had been elected just 3 years prior in 2018. She had gained a vast following on social media and was highly popular with the young members of her party. She was also seeing as a compromise candidate between the moderate traditional wing of the party, and the leftist breakaways of the Socialist Alternative. On the first ballot the 10th of January, 21 candidates contested the election, with the top 5 moving on to the second stage. Yaroslav Savych led the race, and was considered to be the fore runner of the contest, with Bohdanivna placing 4th. Bohdanivna defied expectations when on the second ballot she earned over 290 thousand votes, placing her second in the competition with Savych and Leontiyivna contesting the leadership. On the 30th, she shocked outsiders as she earned the necessary 51% of the vote on the third ballot. Bohdanivna promised to seek a coalition with the Unionists should they remain the main party in Parliament. She quickly began attacking the Conservative party cementing herself as a fierce leader, her approval rating had risen to 81% in February, and she was considered to be among the most popular parliamentarians in the House.

Candidate First ballot:
10 January 2021
Second ballot:
20 January 2021
Third ballot:
30 January 2021
Votes % Votes % Votes %
Rayisa Bohdanivna 152,637 12.55 291,631 23.39 689,778 51.36
Yaroslav Savych 252,951 20.79 310,636 24.91 401,621 29.90
Alla Leontiyivna 205,601 16.90 235,103 18.85 251,720 18.74
Artur Vsevolodovych 195,678 16.08 209,693 16.82 Eliminated
Koloman Macheshich 83,788 6.89 199,910 16.03 Eliminated
Bronislav Tymofijovych 80,526 6.62 Eliminated
Maryanna Malupin 68,136 5.60 Eliminated
Grigori Shemiatov 56,195 4.62 Eliminated
Ivan Okhmatov 53,783 4.42 Eliminated
Other 67,262 5.53 Eliminated
Turnout 1,216,557 88.82 1,246,973 91.04 1,343,119 98.06

Parties

Name Ideology Leader Seats in parliament after 2019 Election Seats in parliament at dissolution
House Senate House Senate
UP Unionist Party
Юніоністична партія
Yunionistychna partiya
Vinalian Unionism
Social liberalism
Economic liberalism
Center-Right
Andrej Plenković 2019 (cropped).jpg Omelyan Pavlov
80 / 238
13 / 39
85 / 238
13 / 39
WP Workers Party
Робоча партія
Robocha partiya
Vinalian Unionism
Democratic Socialism
Left-wing populism
Progressivism
Left
Karol Aída Cariola Oliva (2018).jpg Rayisa Bohdanivna
57 / 238
11 / 39
41 / 185
8 / 39
CP Conservative Party
Консервативна партія
Konservatyvna partiya
Vinalian Unionism
Episemialist democracy
National conservatism
Economic liberalism
Right
Neto bran.jpg Stepan Martynyuk
42 / 238
8 / 39
45 / 185
9 / 39
FP Freedom Party
Партія свободи
Partiya svobody
Social Conservatism
Economic liberalism
Anti-Immigrant
Populism
Anti-establishment
Right
Mauricio Radford.png Trokhym Radkohn
32 / 238
6 / 39
20 / 185
3 / 39
NP Nationalist Party
Націоналістична партія
Natsionalistychna partiya
Anti-Vinalian unification
Marolevic nationalism
Social Conservatism
Nationalism
Right-wing populism
Right
Edmond-Mulet.jpg Hryhorij Bujicnovik
15 / 238
1 / 39
11 / 185
1 / 39
GP Green Party
Партія зелених
Partiya zelenykh
Green Politics
Eco-socialism
Left
Nineth Montenegro (cropped).jpg Yana Perepelytsya
4 / 238
0 / 39
4 / 185
0 / 39
VSWI Vinalian Section of the Workers International
Вініаліанська секція Міжнародного трудящого
Vinialiansʹka sektsiya Mizhnarodnoho trudyashchoho
Council socialism
Workers International
Left
Anka Mrak Taritaš (cropped).jpg Olha Havrylenko
4 / 238
0 / 39
4 / 185
0 / 39
Independents
Hезалежні
Nezalezhni
Independents
4 / 238
0 / 39
12 / 185
2 / 39
IPV Indigenous Party of Vinalia
Корінна партія Віналії
Korinna partiya Vinaliyi
Vinalian Unionism
Green Politics
Indigenous interests
Celebration of Vinakian culture
Left
Vicenta Jerónimo Jiménez.png Nelya Kianto
0 / 238
0 / 39
1 / 185
0 / 39
IPV Socialist Alternative for Vinalia
Соціалістична альтернатива Віналії
Sotsialistychna alʹternatyva Vinaliya
Market socialism
Chistovodian Model
Left
Khatia Dekanoidze 2016-02-12 (cropped).jpg Alina Rybak
0 / 238
0 / 39
15 / 185
3 / 39

Opinion polls

Campaign

Legal Campaigning begun on the 12th of June 2021, when Parliament was dissolved by the president. Although legally parties and candidates cant enter into Television advertisement agreements before the dissolvement of parliament, numerous hold pre arranged deals, which are officially signed on the morning of the 13th, and enter into force the day after. Newspapers can print advertisements on the 12th with the intention of distribution the morning after.

Debates

Vinalian general election debates, 2021
Date Organisers Channel     P  Present    A  Absent invitee   NI  Non-invitee 
Unionist Party Workers Party Conservative Party Freedom Party Nationalist Party Green Party
21 June HTK HTK-1 P
Pavlov
P
Bohdanivna
P
Martynyuk
P
Radkohn
P
Bujicnovik
P
Perepelytsya
31 June Red Coast Media RC-01 P
Pavlov
P
Bohdanivna
P
Martynyuk
A
Radkohn
P
Bujicnovik
P
Perepelytsya
9 July Free Press TV Free Press P
Pavlov
P
Bohdanivna
P
Martynyuk
P
Radkohn
P
Bujicnovik
P
Perepelytsya
10 July P
Pavlov
P
Bohdanivna
P
Martynyuk
NI
Radkohn
NI
Bujicnovik
NI
Perepelytsya
29 July Armadillo Group Our Newspaper P
Pavlov
P
Bohdanivna
A
Martynyuk
NI
Radkohn
NI
Bujicnovik
P
Perepelytsya
1 August Informed Citizen Informed Citizen P
Pavlov
P
Bohdanivna
P
Martynyuk
P
Radkohn
P
Bujicnovik
P
Perepelytsya
5 August Independent Media Independent P
Pavlov
P
Bohdanivna
P
Martynyuk
NI
Radkohn
NI
Bujicnovik
NI
Perepelytsya
8 August Armadillo Group 21st Century Citizen P
Pavlov
P
Bohdanivna
P
Martynyuk
NI
Radkohn
NI
Bujicnovik
NI
Perepelytsya

Endorsements

A number of organisations, individuals and newspapers have made endorsements on behalf of parties and individual candidates in the election.

National publications

Newspaper Endorsement Notes
21st Century Citizen Unionist Party
Informed Citizen Unionist Party First time it endorsed a political candidate
National Intelligencer Conservative Party
Odel Magazine Unionist Party
Our Newspaper Workers Party
The Sentinel Conservative Party

Other national publications

Newspaper Endorsement Notes
Blue State Conservative Party Right-wing political magazine
Gapolanese-Vinalian National Magazine Unionist Party Soravian-language Gapolanese newspaper.
The Green Green Party Weekly Environmentalist newspaper.
National Episemialist Conservative Party Daily Episemialist newspaper
New Idea Freedom Party Right-wing monthly Anti-establishment magazine
The Northern Vinalian Workers Party Daily newspaper covering the constituent state of North Vinalia
The Patriot Conservative Party Right-wing political magazine
Say "No" to Abortion Conservative Party Right-wing Monthly Anti-abortion newspaper
Teen Times Unionist Party Weekly fashion magazine aimed at young people
The Vinalian Solarian Conservative Party Weekly Solarian newspaper.
Vinalian Voice Indigenous Party of Vinalia Daily Indigenous newspaper
The Vinalian Worker Workers Party Left-wing political magazine
Workers Agenda Workers Party Left-wing political magazine

Local newspapers

Newspaper Endorsement Notes
Artemove Sentinel Unionist Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Artemove.
Casimirsk Post Unionist Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Casimirsk.
Catherinsk National Unionist Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Catherinsk.
Catherinsk Solarian Conservative Party Weekly Solarian newspaper for Catherinsk
Catherinsk Tribune Conservative Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Catherinsk.
Chervona Standard Workers Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Chervona.
Ivanovo Prosecutor Freedom Party Monthly newspaper covering the city of Ivanovo.
Jangorod Enquirer Unionist Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Jangorod.
Juyu Ruwach Times Indigenous Party of Vinalia Weekly Indigenous newspaper covering both North, and South Juyu Ruwach provinces.
Morechia Revival Unionist Party Weekly magazine covering the city of Morechia.
Morechia Star Workers Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Morechia.
New Samistopol Tribune Conservative Party Daily newspaper covering the city of New Samistopol.
The New Velkarichka Citizen Freedom Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Velkarichka.
Orlavo Green Green Party Weekly Environmentalist magazine covering the city of Orlavo.
Orlavo Quetzal Indigenous Party of Vinalia Daily Indigenous newspaper covering the city of Orlavo.
Orlavo Review Unionist Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Orlavo.
Popular Jangorod Freedom Party Weekly newspaper covering the city of Jangorod.
The Rigalia Magazine Unionist Party Weekly magazine covering the province of Rigalia.
Tajinsk National Conservative Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Tajinsk.
Velkarichka Union Conservative Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Velkarichka.
The Vulaninsk Investigator Unionist Party Daily newspaper covering the city of Vulaninsk.
Weekly Vinalinsk Review Unionist Party Weekly Newspaper covering the city of Vinalinsk
Youth Magazine of Velkarichka Unionist Party Weekly youth magazine covering the city of Velkarichka
Zdavro Worker Workers Party Monthly newspaper covering the province of Zdavro.
The Ziban Workers Party Soravian-language Ziban newspaper for Orlavo.

Individuals and organizations

Unionist Party

Workers Party

Conservative Party

Freedom Party

Green Party

Socialist Alternative Party

Indigenous Party

Vinalian Section of the Workers International

Results

Senate of the Union

Senate of the Union 2021.png
Party Total
votes
% Seats
+/–
Unionist Party 5,051,299 33.27 16 +3
Workers Party 4,399,252 28.98 12 +1
Conservative Party 3,872,901 25.51 11 +3
Green Party 495,036 3.26 0 0
Freedom Party 395,081 2.60 0 -6
Indigenous Party of Vinalia 285,091 1.88 0 New
Nationalist Party 242,947 1.60 0 -1
Socialist Alternative for Vinalia 152,942 1.01 0 New
Vinalian Section of the Workers International 73,072 0.48 0 0
Independents 14,728 0.0 0 0
Vodka Please 2,506 0.0 0 0
Episemialist Renewal Party 1,183 0.0 0 0
Quetzal Union 534 0.0 0 0
Party of Lunatics 264 0.0 0 0
Defence of Farmers Party 230 0.0 0 0
Marolevic Alliance 212 0.0 0 0
Valid votes 14,986,572 98.7 -
Invalid/blank votes 194,910 1.28 -
Total votes 15,181,482 100.0 39 -
Registered voters/turnout 19,572,520 77.57 -
Source: Electoral Commission of Vinalia


Seats by list
Province Distribution Total
Flag of Chyhyryn.png Chyhyryn
1 2
3
Flag of Kisharsk.png Kisharsk
1 2
3
North Bin
1 2
3
North Juyu Ruwach
2 1
3
Flag of Orlavo.png Orlavo
2 1
3
Flag of Rigalia.png Rigalia
1 2
3
Shyroniy
1 2
3
South Bin
2 1
3
Flag of SouthJuyuRuwach.png South Juyu Ruwach
1 2
3
Flag of Velkarichka.png Velkarichka
1 2
3
Vinalinsk
2 1
3
Flag of Zamara.png Zamara
2 1
3
Flag of Zdavro.png Zdavro
2 1
3
 Vinalia
12 16 11
39
Seats by state
State Distribution Total
North Vinalia
10 8
18
South Vinalia
7 11
18
Vinalinsk
2 1
3
 Vinalia
12 16 11
39

House of the People

Vinalian House of the People Election 2021.png
Party Constituency Party list Total
seats
+/–
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Unionist Party (ЮП ; YP) 4,096,027 26.98 76 4,449,517 29.31 17 93 +13
Workers Party (РП ; RP) 3,663,292 24.13 43 3,796,214 25.01 15 58 +1
Conservative Party (КП ; KP) 2,990,506 19.70 39 3,189,603 21.01 12 51 +9
Green Party (П3 ; PZ) 861,839 5.68 7 856,964 5.64 3 10 +6
Freedom Party (ПC ; PS) 751,452 4.95 9 653,951 4.31 0 9 -23
Indigenous Party of Vinalia (KПB ; KPV) 634,185 4.18% 4 785,164 5.17 3 7 New
Nationalist Party (HП ; NP) 576,927 3.80 4 495,674 3.26 0 4 -11
Socialist Alternative for Vinalia (CAB ; SAV) 603,984 3.98 3 452,663 2.98 0 3 New
Vinalian Section of the Workers International (BCIP; VSIR) 407,062 2.68 2 269,205 1.77 0 2 -2
Independents 210,526 0.001 1 - - - 1 -3
Episemialist Renewal Party (ПOE; POE) 28,668 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
Vodka Please (Гб; HB'L) 27,686 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
Quetzal Union (KC; KTTS) 17,268 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
Defence of Farmers Party (ПOф; POF) 14,257 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
Party of Lunatics (Л; Lunatyky) 13,368 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
Marolevic Alliance (PB-ч; AM) 12,894 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
Alliance of Women for Women (Ажж; AZZ) 11,548 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
The No Pants Party (BбW; Shtany) 11,002 0.0 0 - - - 0 New
Sugar Worker Party (ПPц; PRT) 10,617 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
Alliance of 931 (931) 9,164 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
Monarchist Party (MП ; MP) 8,899 0.0 0 - - - 0 New
Animal Protection (3T ; ZT) 8,781 0.0 0 - - - 0 0
Equal Rights (PП ; RP) 8,049 0.0 0 - - - 0 New
Valid votes 14,978,001 98.66 15,047,100 99.11
Invalid/blank votes 203,481 1.34 134,382 0.89
Total votes 14,978,001 100.0 188 15,047,100 100.0 50 238
Registered voters/turnout 19,572,520 77.57 19,572,520 77.57
Source: Electoral Commission of Vinalia
Seats by province
Province Distribution Total
Flag of Chyhyryn.png Chyhyryn
4 4 1
9
Flag of Kisharsk.png Kisharsk
2 3
5
North Bin
1 1 4 11 4
21
North Juyu Ruwach
2
2
Flag of Orlavo.png Orlavo
1 1 1 3 6 3 1
16
Flag of Rigalia.png Rigalia
1 1 1 1 11 14 3 1
33
Shyroniy
1 1 2 16 12 2 2
36
South Bin
1 1 2 10 4 2 1
21
Flag of SouthJuyuRuwach.png South Juyu Ruwach
1
1
Flag of Velkarichka.png Velkarichka
1 4 6 2 1
14
Vinalinsk
1 1
2
Flag of Zamara.png Zamara
11 9 1 1
22
Flag of Zdavro.png Zdavro
3 2 1
6
National List
3 3 15 17 12
50
 Vinalia
2 3 7 10 58 93 51 9 4 1
238


Seats by state
State Distribution Total
North Vinalia
2 3 2 5 37 39 9 2 1
100
South Vinalia
2 2 5 36 30 7 4
86
Vinalinsk
1 1
2
 Vinalia
2 3 4 7 43 76 39 9 4 1
188

Leaders' races

Vinalian Electoral law allows House candidates to compete on both the House Provincial, and National Party lists, with winners of the Provincial list taking their seat on that list, and allowing their name to be skipped on the National list. Senate candidates may compete on the Senate Provincial List and the House National party list.

During the 2021 General Elections, all leaders except Freedom party Senator for Shyroniy Trokhym Radkohn were elected. Radkohn was unable to keep his seat in the Vinalian Senate, and his party did not gain the 5% threshold to enter the National List seats, for which he was listed as the first candidate. He promptly resigned following results. Indigenous Party leader, North Bin House member Nelya Kianto failed to enter on the Provincial List after her party failed to gain enough votes (She had previously run in the Orlavo list as an Independent), she was elected on the National list however after her party earned more than 5% of the national vote.

Party Name Constituency Elected?
Unionist Party Omelyan Pavlov Chyhyryn Senate Party List Elected
Workers Party Rayisa Bohdanivna Orlavo House Party List Elected
Conservative Party Stepan Martynyuk Velkarichka House Party List Elected
Freedom Party Trokhym Radkohn Shyroniy Senate Party List Not elected
Nationalist Party Hryhorij Bujicnovik South Bin House Party List Elected
Green Party Yana Perepelytsya Orlavo House Party List Elected
VSWI Olha Havrylenko Orlavo House Party List Elected
SAV Alina Rybak Orlavo House Party List Elected
IPV Nelya Kianto North Bin House Party List Elected on National List