Elections in Monaco

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Elections in Monaco gives information on election and election results in Monaco.

Monaco elects on national level a legislature (parliament). The National Council (Conseil National) has 24 members, elected for a five-year term, 16 elected by a winner-take-all plurality system, and the other 8 by proportional representation. Each voter may cast a ballot with up to 16 candidates' names. First, the 16 individuals with the most votes are elected. Then, votes are counted by party groups to fill the remaining 8 seats. E.g., if a party polled 51% of the votes it would probably win 20 out of 24 seats (all 16 of the winner-take-all seats and then 4 of the 8 proportional seats).

Latest elections

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Horizon Monaco 56,472 50.34 20 +15
Union Monégasque 43,743 38.99 3 –11
Renaissance 11,964 10.67 1
Invalid/blank votes 222
Total 5,088 100 24 0
Registered voters/turnout 6,825 74.55
Source: Mairie de Monaco

Past elections

See also


External links

  • Adam Carr's Election Archive
  • Parties and elections

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