Colombian parliamentary election, 2010

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Colombia held elections to both chambers of Congress on 14 March 2010.[1] The nationwide constituency for the 102-member Senate was contested by 16 lists, comprising 948 candidates. There are 33 regional constituencies for the Chamber of Representatives, plus a few other ethnic minority constituencies. In all, 282 lists, with 1,533 candidates, contested the 166 seats in the Chamber. Almost 30 million people were registered to vote.

Results[edit]

Senate[edit]

Incumbent President Álvaro Uribe maintained an absolute majority of seats in the Senate. The two major parties supporting Uribe – the Party of the U and the Conservative Party –, got 27 and 23 seats, respectively. The Party of the U achieved 25.17% of the votes, gaining eight seats, followed by the Conservative Party, with 20,6%, which gained four seats. The Liberals, which consists the main opposition party in the Senate, achieved 15.8% of the votes and kept its 18 seats.

The Liberal Party was followed by the National Integration Party, also allied to Uribe, was an electoral surprise, achieving 8.13% of the votes and eight seats. It became the fourth political force in the country, surpassing the Radical Change, also in the Uribe coalition, which achieved 7.97% of the votes and also eight seats, losing seven. The Alternative Democratic Pole, a more radical opposition party, lost two seats, achieving 7.62% of the votes and eight seats. The Green Party achieved five seats with 4.75% of the votes, followed by the Independent Absolute Renovation Movement with one seat and 2.7% of the votes. The Citizens Commitment for Colombia achieved 1.6% of the votes and gained no seats.


e • d Summary of the 14 March 2010 Senate of Colombia election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Party of the U (Partido de la U) 2,804,123 25.8 28
Colombian Conservative Party (Partido Conservador Colombiano) 2,298,748 21.2 22
Colombian Liberal Party (Partido Liberal Colombiano) 1,763,908 16.3 17
National Integration Party (Partido de Integración Nacional) 907,468 8.4 9
Radical Change (Cambio Radical) 888,851 8.2 8
Alternative Democratic Pole (Polo Democrático Alternativo) 848,305 7.8 8
Green Party (Partido Verde) 531,293 4.9 5
Independent Absolute Renovation Movement (MIRA party) 298,862 2.8 3
Citizens' Compromise for Colombia (Compromiso Ciudadano por Colombia) 182,286 1.7 0
Others 326,763 3.0
Indigenous Social Alliance (Alianza Social Indigena) 1
Indigenous Authorities of Colombia (Autoridades Indígenas de Colombia) 1
Total valid votes (turnout 44.2%) 10,851,207 100.0 102
Sources: Adam Carr's Election Archive
e • d Seats reserved for indigenous
Parties Votes % Seats
Indigenous Social Alliance (Alianza Social Indigena) 26,428 25.1 1
Indigenous Authorities of Colombia (Autoridades Indigenas de Colombia) 23,809 22.6 1
National Integration Party (Partido de Integración Nacional) 20,887 19.9
Others 34,111 32.4
Total (turnout %) 105,235 100.0 2
Source: Adam Carr's Election Archive

Elected Senators[edit]







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Composition of the Senate by gender.

  Men (84.31%)
  Women (15.69%)
Senator Party Ref
Aguilar Hurtado, Nerthink MauricioNerthink Mauricio Aguilar Hurtado National Integration Party (PIN) [2]
Alfonso López, Héctor JulioHéctor Julio Alfonso López National Integration Party (PIN) [3]
Andrade Serrano, Hernán FranciscoHernán Francisco Andrade Serrano Conservative Party [4]
Arbeláez Escalante, AmparoAmparo Arbeláez Escalante Liberal Party [5]
Arrieta Buelvas, Samuel BenjamínSamuel Benjamín Arrieta Buelvas National Integration Party (PIN) [6]
Ashton Giraldo, Álvaro AntonioÁlvaro Antonio Ashton Giraldo Liberal Party [7]
Avellaneda Tarazona, Luís CarlosLuís Carlos Avellaneda Tarazona Alternative Democratic Pole (PDA) [8]
Avirama Avirama, Marco AníbalMarco Aníbal Avirama Avirama Indigenous Social Alliance Movement (ASI) [9]
Baena López, Carlos AlbertoCarlos Alberto Baena López Independent Movement of Absolute Renovation (MIRA) [10]
Ballesteros Bernier, Jorge EliécerJorge Eliécer Ballesteros Bernier Social Party of National Unity (U) [11]
Barreras Montealegre, Roy LeonardoRoy Leonardo Barreras Montealegre Social Party of National Unity (U) [12]
Barriga Peñaranda, Carlos EmiroCarlos Emiro Barriga Peñaranda Conservative Party [13]
Benedetti Villaneda, Armando AlbertoArmando Alberto Benedetti Villaneda Social Party of National Unity (U) [14]
Besayle Fayad, Musa AbrahamMusa Abraham Besayle Fayad Social Party of National Unity (U) [15]
Caceres Leal, Javier EnriqueJavier Enrique Cáceres Leal Radical Change [16]
Carlosama López, Germán BernardoGermán Bernardo Carlosama López Indigenous Authorities of Colombia (AICO) [17]
Casado Fernández, Arlet PatriciaArlet Patricia Casado Fernández Liberal Party [18]
Celis Carrillo, BernabéBernabé Celis Carrillo Radical Change [19]
Cepeda Sarabia, Efraín JoséEfraín José Cepeda Sarabia Conservative Party [20]
Char Abdala, Fuad RicardoFuad Ricardo Char Abdala Radical Change [21]
Chávarro Cuéllar, Carlos RamiroCarlos Ramiro Chávarro Cuéllar Conservative Party [22]
Clavijo Contreras, José IvánJosé Iván Clavijo Contreras Conservative Party [23]
Cordoba Ruiz, Piedad EsnedaPiedad Esneda Córdoba Ruiz Liberal Party [24]
Cordoba Suarez, Juan de JesusJuan de Jesús Córdoba Suárez Conservative Party [25]
Correa Jiménez, Antonio JoséAntonio José Correa Jiménez National Integration Party (PIN) [26]
Corzo Román, Juan ManuelJuan Manuel Corzo Román Conservative Party [27]
Cristo Bustos, Juan FernandoJuan Fernando Cristo Bustos Liberal Party [28]
Delgado Blandón, César TulioCésar Tulio Delgado Blandón Conservative Party [29]
Delgado Ruiz, ÉdinsonÉdinson Delgado Ruiz Liberal Party [30]
Durán Barrera, Jaime EnriqueJaime Enrique Durán Barrera Liberal Party [31]
Elías Vidal, Bernardo MiguelBernardo Miguel Elías Vidal Social Party of National Unity (U) [32]
Enríquez Maya, Carlos EduardoCarlos Eduardo Enríquez Maya Conservative Party [33]
Enríquez Rosero, Manuel MesíasManuel Mesías Enríquez Rosero Social Party of National Unity (U) [34]
Espindola Niño, EdgarEdgar Espíndola Niño National Integration Party (PIN) [35]
Ferro Solanilla, Carlos RobertoCarlos Roberto Ferro Solanilla Social Party of National Unity (U) [36]
Galan Pachon, Juan ManuelJuan Manuel Galán Pachón Liberal Party [37]
Galvis Aguilar, HonorioHonorio Galvis Aguilar Liberal Party [38]
Galvis Méndez, Daira de JesúsDaira de Jesús Galvis Méndez Radical Change [39]
García Burgos, Nora MaríaNora María García Burgos Conservative Party [40]
García Realpe, GuillermoGuillermo García Realpe Liberal Party [41]
García Romero, TeresaTeresa García Romero National Integration Party (PIN) [42]
García Valencia, Jesús IgnacioJesús Ignacio García Valencia Liberal Party [43]
Gechem Turbay, Jorge EduardoJorge Eduardo Gechem Turbay Social Party of National Unity (U) [44]
Gerlein Echeverría, Roberto VíctorRoberto Víctor Gerlein Echeverría Conservative Party [45]
Gomez Roman, Edgar AlfonsoEdgar Alfonso Gómez Román Liberal Party [46]
Guerra de la Espriella, Antonio del CristoAntonio del Cristo Guerra de la Espriella Radical Change [47]
Guevara, Jorge EliécerJorge Eliécer Guevara Alternative Democratic Pole (PDA) [48]
Herrera Acosta, José FranciscoJosé Francisco Herrera Acosta Radical Change [49]
Hoyos Giraldo, Germán DaríoGermán Darío Hoyos Giraldo Social Party of National Unity (U) [50]
Hurtado Angulo, HemelHemel Hurtado Angulo National Integration Party (PIN) [51]
Iragorri Hormaza, Jorge AurelioJorge Aurelio Iragorri Hormaza Social Party of National Unity (U) [52]
Jiménez Gómez, GilmaGilma Jiménez Gómez Green Party [53]
Laserna Jaramillo, Juan MarioJuan Mario Laserna Jaramillo Conservative Party [54]
Lizcano Arango, Oscar MauricioOscar Mauricio Lizcano Arango Social Party of National Unity (U) [55]
Londoño Ulloa, Jorge EduardoJorge Eduardo Londoño Ulloa Green Party [56]
Lopez Maya, AlexanderAlexánder López Maya Alternative Democratic Pole (PDA) [57]
Lozano Ramírez, Juan FranciscoJuan Francisco Lozano Ramírez Social Party of National Unity (U) [58]
Martínez Aristizábal, MaritzaMaritza Martínez Aristizábal Social Party of National Unity (U) [59]
Merheg Marún, Juan SamyJuan Samy Merheg Marún Conservative Party [60]
Merlano Morales, Eduardo CarlosEduardo Carlos Merlano Morales Social Party of National Unity (U) [61]
Mora Jaramillo, Manuel GuillermoManuel Guillermo Mora Jaramillo Social Party of National Unity (U) [62]
Morales Díz, Martín EmilioMartín Emilio Morales Díz Social Party of National Unity (U) [63]
Moreno Piraquive, AlexandraAlexandra Moreno Piraquive Independent Movement of Absolute Renovation (MIRA) [64]
Moreno Rojas, Néstor IvánNéstor Iván Moreno Rojas Alternative Democratic Pole (PDA) [65]
Mota y Morad, KarimeKarime Mota y Morad Social Party of National Unity (U) [66]
Motoa Solarte, Carlos FernandoCarlos Fernando Motoa Solarte Radical Change [67]
Name Cardozo, José DavidJosé David Name Cardozo Social Party of National Unity (U) [68]
Name Vásquez, Iván LeonidasIván Leonidas Name Vásquez Green Party [69]
Olano Becerra, Plinio EdilbertoPlinio Edilberto Olano Becerra Social Party of National Unity (U) [70]
Ospina Gómez, Mauricio ErnestoMauricio Ernesto Ospina Gómez Alternative Democratic Pole (PDA) [71]
Paredes Aguirre, Myriam AliciaMyriam Alicia Paredes Aguirre Conservative Party [72]
Pedraza Gutiérrez, Jorge HernandoJorge Hernando Pedraza Gutiérrez Conservative Party [73]
Prieto Soto, EugenioEugenio Prieto Soto Liberal Party [74]
Quintero Marín, Carlos ArturoCarlos Arturo Quintero Marín National Integration Party (PIN) [75]
Ramirez Rios, Gloria InesGloria Inés Ramírez Ríos Alternative Democratic Pole (PDA) [76]
Rapag Matar, Fuad EmilioFuad Emilio Rapag Matar Social Party of National Unity (U) [77]
Rendón Roldán, Liliana MaríaLiliana María Rendón Roldán Conservative Party [78]
Restrepo Escobar, Juan CarlosJuan Carlos Restrepo Escobar Radical Change [79]
Rizzetto Luces, Juan CarlosJuan Carlos Rizzetto Luces National Integration Party (PIN) [80]
Robledo Castillo, Jorge EnriqueJorge Enrique Robledo Castillo Alternative Democratic Pole (PDA) [81]
Rodríguez Sarmiento, Milton ArlexMilton Arlex Rodríguez Sarmiento Social Party of National Unity (U) [82]
Romero Galeano, Camilo ErnestoCamilo Ernesto Romero Galeano Alternative Democratic Pole (PDA) [83]
Salazar Cruz, José DaríoJosé Darío Salazar Cruz Conservative Party [84]
Sanchez Ortega, Camilo ArmandoCamilo Armando Sánchez Ortega Liberal Party [85]
Santos Marín, Guillermo AntonioGuillermo Antonio Santos Marín Liberal Party [86]
Sierra Grajales, Luis EmilioLuis Emilio Sierra Grajales Conservative Party [87]
Soto Jaramillo, Carlos EnriqueCarlos Enrique Soto Jaramillo Social Party of National Unity (U) [88]
Suarez Mira, Olga LuciaOlga Lucía Suárez Mira Conservative Party [89]
Sudarsky Rosenbaum, JohnJohn Sudarsky Rosenbaum Green Party [90]
Tamayo Tamayo, Fernando EustacioFernando Eustacio Tamayo Tamayo Conservative Party [91]
Toro Torres, Dilian FranciscaDilian Francisca Toro Torres Social Party of National Unity (U) [92]
Torrado García, EfraínEfraín Torrado García Social Party of National Unity (U) [93]
Valera Ibáñez, Félix JoséFélix José Valera Ibáñez Green Party [94]
Velasco Chaves, Luís FernandoLuís Fernando Velasco Chaves Liberal Party [95]
Velez Uribe, Juan CarlosJuan Carlos Vélez Uribe Social Party of National Unity (U) [96]
Villalba Mosquera, RodrigoRodrigo Villalba Mosquera Liberal Party [97]
Villegas Villegas, GermánGermán Villegas Villegas Conservative Party [98]
Virgüez Piraquive, Manuel AntonioManuel Antonio Virgüez Piraquive Independent Movement of Absolute Renovation (MIRA) [99]
Wilches Sarmiento, Claudia JeannethClaudia Jeanneth Wilches Sarmiento Social Party of National Unity (U) [100]
Zapata Correa, Gabriel IgnacioGabriel Ignacio Zapata Correa Conservative Party [101]
Zuccardi Porras, Piedad del SocorroPiedad del Socorro Zuccardi Porras Social Party of National Unity (U) [102]
Zuluaga Aristizábal, Jaime AlonsoJaime Alonso Zuluaga Aristizábal Social Party of National Unity (U) [103]

Chamber[edit]

The Uribist coalition also maintained its majority in the Chamber. 48 Party of the U candidates were elected as Representatives, followed by 39 of its main opponent, the Liberal Party. 38 Uribist Conservative Party candidates were as Representatives. 14 Radical Change candidates were elected, followed by the National Integration Party, with 12. Four Democratic Pole candidates were elected, followed by the Green Party, with three Representatives. The Independent Absolute Renovation Movement, the Liberal Unity, and the Liberal Opening won two seats each. The Indigenous Social Alliance and the ALAS won one seat each.


e • d Summary of the 14 March 2010 Chamber of Representatives of Colombia election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Party of the U (Partido de la U) 2,486,824 25.9 47
Colombian Conservative Party (Partido Conservador Colombiano) 2,057,849 21.4 38
Colombian Liberal Party (Partido Liberal Colombiano) 1,856,068 19.3 37
Radical Change (Cambio Radical) 743,758 7.7 15
National Integration Party (Partido de Integración Nacional) 714,476 7.4 12
Alternative Democratic Pole (Polo Democrático Alternativo) 563,555 5.9 4
Independent Absolute Renovation Movement (Movimiento Independiente de Renovación Absoluta) 284,244 3.0 3
Green Party (Partido Verde) 283,293 3.0 3
Indigenous Social Alliance (Alianza Social Indigena) 182,515 1.9 1
Liberal Alternative (Alternativa Liberal) 171,090 1.8 1
Liberal Opening (Apertura Liberal) 117,871 1.2 2
Regional Integration (Integración Regional) 5,045 0.1 1
Others 143,883 1.5
Total valid votes (turnout 43.8%) 9,610,471 100.0 164
Sources: Adam Carr's Election Archive

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