1986 Ostric regional election

1986 Ostric regional election

10 August 1986 1990 →

All 15 seats in the Dorada
8 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  Tadeusz Truskolaski Senat RP 01.JPG Tomasz Posadzki.JPG
Leader Remigiùsz Woss Robert Szucher
Party Social Democratic Radical People's
Leader since 30 February 1986 17 March 1984
Seats won 6 4
Seat change Increase6 Increase4
Popular vote 6,039 4,726
Percentage 38.3% 29.9%
Swing Increase38.3pp Increase29.9pp

  Third party Fourth party
 
PMZ
Jan Szafraniec Kancelaria Senatu 2005.jpg
Leader Wôrcisłôw Mueller Ernst Reiher
Party Modern Centre National Consolidation
Leader since 1 March 1986 26 April 1986
Seats won 3 2
Seat change Increase3 Increase2
Popular vote 3,062 1,957
Percentage 19.4% 12.4%
Swing Increase19.4pp Increase12.4pp

Minister-Chairman

Remigiùsz Woss
Social Democratic Radical

The 1st Ostric regional election occurred on 10 August 1986. The first elections to the regional Dorada, the social democratic and unionist Social Democratic Radical Party gained the most in the popular vote, winning six seats and forming a coalition government with the liberal and unionist Modern Centre Party.

Background

The administrative reforms of 1 January 1986 created the Free State of Ostry, and by consequence the first Ostric legislature in the form of the Dorada. In the first election campaign, focus was placed on the unionist parties, who claimed responsibility for devolution.

Electoral system

The electorate elects all fifteen members of the Dorada using single non-transferable vote in one island-wide multi-member constituency.

Results

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Social Democratic Radical Party 6,039 38.26 6 New
Ostric People's Party 4,726 29.94 4 New
Modern Centre Party 3,062 19.40 3 New
National Consolidation Party 1,957 12.40 2 New
Total 15,784 100 15 0
Registered voters/turnout 17,993 87.72
Popular vote
SRPO
38.26%
ÒSL
29.94%
PMZ
19.40%
NKP
12.40%
Seats
SRPO
40.00%
ÒSL
26.67%
PMZ
20.00%
NKP
13.33%

Reactions

After the election, Remigiùsz Woss was tasked by Otto XII with forming a governing majority. Woss was able to form a "social-liberal" agreement with the PMZ, creating an unionist and centrist majority in the Dorada. The Ostric People's Party, in contrast, solidified itself as the main separatist opposition to the government.