Next Ordennyan federal election

2019 Ordennyan federal election

← 2019 On or before 20 June 2024

All 651 seats in the Chamber of Deputies
326 seats needed for a majority
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Leader Clas Markussen Ari Mönkkönen Ada Alver
Party GP KKF KP
Alliance Alliance for Progress People's Alliance People's Alliance
Leader since 20 May 2019 26 June 2019 26 June 2019
Leader's seat Perdrix Hønevanger (List) Drøberg (List)
Last election 247 seats, 37.2% 189 seats, 28.5% 91 seats, 13.5%
Seats needed Increase79 Increase137 Increase235

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Leader TBD Olaf Benediktsson Emmanuel Martinez
Party AP LP NDP
Alliance Alliance for Progress Union of the Democratic Centre Union of the Democratic Centre
Leader since - 22 June 2015 17 November 2018
Leader's seat - Roskilde (List) November City North
Last election 87 seats, 13.4% 33 seats, 4.6% 4 seats, 2.9%
Seats needed Increase239 Increase293 Increase 322

Incumbent Prime Minister

Clas Markuson
Green



The next Ordennyan federal election is scheduled to take place on or before 20 June 2024.

Electoral system

Ordennya uses the mixed-member proportional representation system for the Chamber of Deputies, a system of proportional representation combined with elements of first-past-the-post voting. The House of Commons has 650 members, and these seats are distributed between the 12 Ordennyan states. This system has been in place since a referendum in 1999 changed the electoral system from alternative vote to mixed-member proportional, and has been used since the 2000 election.

Each Ordennyan voter has 2 votes: a constituency vote (first vote) and a party list vote (second vote). Based solely on the first votes, 325 members are elected in single-member constituencies by first-past-the-post voting. The second votes are used to produce a proportional number of seats for parties, based on state lists. List seats are allocated using the Sainte-Laguë method. If a party wins fewer constituency seats in a state than its second votes would entitle it to, it receives additional seats from the relevant state list. Parties can file lists in every single state under certain conditions – for example, a fixed number of supporting signatures. Parties can receive second votes only in those states in which they have filed a state list.

Voting eligibility

In order to vote in the federal election, one must be:

  • on the electoral register;
  • aged 16 or over on polling day;
  • an Ordennyan or Xanartopian citizen;
  • a resident at an address in the Ordennyan Federation (or an Ordennyan citizen living abroad who has been registered to vote in Ordennya in the last 15 years);
  • not legally excluded from voting (for example a convicted person detained in prison or a mental hospital, or unlawfully at large if they would otherwise have been detained).

Opinion polls

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