Election results in 2005

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January[edit]

January 2: Croatia[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Croatia
Constitution
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 2 and 16 January 2005 Croatian presidential election results
Candidates and nominating parties Votes % Votes %
Stjepan Mesić - Croatian People's Party and others 1,089,398 48.92 1,454,451 65.93
Jadranka Kosor - Croatian Democratic Union 452,218 20.31 751,692 34.07
Boris Mikšić 396,093 17.78 - -
Đurđa Adlešič - Croatian Social Liberal Party 59,795 2.68 - -
Slaven Letica - Croatian Party of Rights 57,748 2.59 - -
Ljubo Ćesić 41,216 1.85 - -
Ivić Pašalić - Croatian Bloc - Movement for a Modern Croatia 40,637 1.82 - -
Anto Kovačević - Croatian Christian Democratic Union 19,145 0.86 - -
Miroslav Blažević 17,847 0.80 - -
Miroslav Rajh - Croatian Youth Party 14,766 0.66 - -
Doris Košta 8,721 0.37 - -
Mladen Kešer 7,056 0.32 - -
Tomislav Petrak - Croatian Popular Party 2,614 0.12 - -
Invalid votes 20,269 35,617
Total (turnout 50.57 %) 2,227,073 100.0 2,241,760 100.0
Registered voters 4,403,933 4,392,220
Source: State Election Committee (Državno izborno povjerenstvo) Official results

January 9: Palestine[edit]

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politics and government of
Palestine
Officeholders whose status is disputed are shown in italics
e • d Summary of the 9 January 2005 Palestinian presidential election results
Candidates – Nominating parties Votes %
Mahmoud AbbasFatah or Liberation Movement of Palestine (Harakat al-Tahrâr al-Filistini) 501,448 62.52
Mustafa Barghouti – Independent 156,227 19.48
Taysir KhalidDemocratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (Al-Jabhah al-Dimuqratiyah Li-Tahrir Filastin) 26,848 3.35
Abdel Halim al-Ashqar – Independent 22,171 2.76
Bassam al-SalhiPalestinian People's Party (Hizb al-Sha'b al-Filastini) 21,429 2.67
Sayyid Barakah – Independent 10,406 1.30
Abdel Karim Shubeir – Independent 5,717 0.71
Invalid Ballots 30,672 3.82
Blank Ballots 27,159 3.39
Total (turnout  %) 802,077 100.0
Source: Central Elections Commission

January 12: Abkhazia[edit]

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politics and government of
Abkhazia
See also
e • d Summary of the 12 January 2005 Abkhazian presidential election results
Presidential candidate Vice presidential candidate Votes %
Sergei Bagapsh Raul Khadjimba 69,328 91.54
Iakub Lakoba Stella Gunia 3,549 4.69
Against all 1,988 2.63
Invalid 868 1.15
Total amount of votes cast 75,733 100.00
Turnout 75,733 58.65
Abstention 53,394 41.35
Total number of registered voters 129,127 100.00
Source: Протокол N 7 Центральной избирательной комиссии по выборам Президента Республики Абхазия от 14 января 2005 г.

January 22: Maldives[edit]

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politics and government of
the Maldives
Government
e • d Summary of the 22 January 2005 Maldivian Assembly election results
Candidates Seats
Non-partisans supporting the government 28
Non-partisans endorsed by the Maldivian Democratic Party 10
Others 2
Appointed members 8
Total 48
Source: Adam Carr

January 30: Iraq[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Iraq
Constitution
e • d Summary of the 30 January 2005 Iraqi legislative election results
Parties and coalitions Votes % Seats Leaders
United Iraqi Alliance 4,075,292 48.19% 140 Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, Ibrahim al-Jaafari,
Hussain al-Shahristani, Ahmed Chalabi
Democratic Patriotic Alliance of Kurdistan 2,175,551 25.73% 75 Jalal Talabani, Masoud Barzani
Iraqi List 1,168,943 13.82% 40 Iyad Allawi
The Iraqis 150,680 1.78% 5 Ghazi al-Yawer
Iraqi Turkmen Front 93,480 1.11% 3 Farok Abdullah Abdurrahman
National Independent Cadres and Elites 69,938 0.83% 3 Fatah al-Sheikh
People's Union 69,920 0.83% 2 Hamid Majid Mousa
Islamic Group of Kurdistan 60,592 0.72% 2 Ali Abd-al Aziz
Islamic Action Organization In Iraq - Central Command 43,205 0.51% 2
National Democratic Alliance 36,795 0.44% 1
National Rafidain List 36,255 0.43% 1 Yonadem Kana
Reconciliation and Liberation Bloc 30,796 0.36% 1 Misha'an al-Juburi
Iraq Assembly of National Unity 23,686 0.28% 0 Dr. Nehro Mohammed
Assembly of Independent Democrats 23,302 0.28% 0 Adnan Pachachi
Iraqi Islamic Party 21,342 0.25% 0 Mohsen Abdel-Hamid
Islamic Dawa Movement 19,373 0.23% 0 Adil Abd Al-Raheem
Iraqi National Gathering 18,862 0.22% 0 Hussein al-Jibouri
Iraqi Republican Assembly 15,452 0.18% 0 Sa'ad Al-Janabi
Constitutional Monarchy - Al-Sharif Ali bin Al-Hussein 13,740 0.16% 0 Sharif Ali bin Al-Hussein
Others 309,062 3.65% 0
Total 8,456,266 100.00 275
Invalid votes 94,305

February[edit]

February 6: Thailand[edit]

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politics and government of
Thailand
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e • d Summary of the 6 February 2005 House of Representatives of Thailand election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Thai Loves Thais Party (Phak Thai Rak Thai) 60.7 375
Democrat Party (Phak Prachatipat) 18.3 96
Thai Nation Party (Phak Chart Thai) 11.4 27
Great People's Party (Phak Machacon) 8.3 2
Phak Khonkhoplodnee (Khonkhoplodnee Party) 0.6 -
New Aspiration Party (Phak Khwam Wang Mai) 0.4 -
Total (turnout 72.% %)   500
Source: Angus Reid, The Nation and Adam Carr's Electoral Archives

February 8: Denmark[edit]

e • d Summary of the 8 February 2005 Danish Parliament election results
Parties Leaders Votes  % Seats +/-
Venstre (Liberals) (V) Anders Fogh Rasmussen 974,657 29.0 52 −4
Social Democrats (Socialdemokraterne) (A) Mogens Lykketoft 867,933 25.9 47 −5
Danish People's Party (Dansk Folkeparti) (O) Pia Kjærsgaard 444,205 13.2 24 2
Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) (C) Bendt Bendtsen 345,132 10.3 18 2
Danish Social Liberal Party (Det Radikale Venstre) (B) Marianne Jelved 307,132 9.2 17 8
Socialist People's Party (Socialistisk Folkeparti) (F) Holger K. Nielsen 201,162 6.0 11 −1
Red-Green Alliance (Enhedslisten) (Ø) Collective Leadership 111,394 3.4 6 2
Christian Democrats (Kristendemokraterne) (K) Marianne Karlsmose 57,836 1.7 0 −4
Centre Democrats (Centrum-Demokraterne) (D) Mimi Jakobsen 33,635 1.0 0 0
Minority Party (Minoritetspartiet) (M) Rune Engelbreth Larsen 8,883 0.3 0 N/A
Siumut (Forward) (Greenland) Lars Emil Johansen 7,775 33.6 1 N/A
Inuit Ataqatigiit (Inuit Community) (Greenland) Kuupik Kleist 5,785 25.0 1 N/A
Republican Party (Tjóðveldisflokkurin) (Faroe Islands) Høgni Hoydal 6,301 25.3 1 N/A
People's Party (Fólkaflokkurin) (Faroe Islands) Anfinn Kallsberg 5,997 24.1 1 N/A
Total (Turnout 84.4 %) 179 0

February 20: Portugal[edit]

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politics and government of
Portugal
Constitution
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 20 February 2005 Assembly of the Republic elections results
Parties Votes % ± MPs MPs %/
votes %
2002 2005 ± % ±
Socialist 2,588,312 45.03 Increase7.2 96 121 Increase25 52.61 Increase10.9 1.17
Social Democratic[A] 1,653,425 28.77 Decrease11.4 105 75 Decrease30 32.61 Decrease13.0 1.13
Democratic Unity Coalition[B] 433,369 7.54 Increase0.6 12 14 Increase2 6.09 Increase0.9 0.81
People's Party 416,415 7.24 Decrease1.5 14 12 Decrease2 5.22 Decrease0.9 0.72
Left Bloc 364,971 6.35 Increase3.6 3 8 Increase5 3.48 Increase2.2 0.55
Workers' Communist Party 48,186 0.84 Increase0.2 0 0 Steady0 0.00 Steady0.0 0.0
New Democracy 40,358 0.70 0 0.00 0.0
Humanist Party 17,056 0.30 Increase0.1 0 0 Steady0 0.00 Steady0.0 0.0
National Renovator Party 9,374 0.16 Increase0.1 0 0 Steady0 0.00 Steady0.0 0.0
Workers Party of Socialist Unity 5,535 0.10 Increase0.0 0 0 Steady0 0.00 Steady0.0 0.0
Democratic Party of the Atlantic[C] 1,681 0.03 0 0.00 0.0
Total valid 5,578,782 97.06 Decrease1.0 230 230 Steady0 100.00 Steady0.0
Blank ballots 103,537 1.80 Increase0.8
Invalid ballots 65,515 1.14 Increase0.2
Total (turnout 64.26%) 5,747,834 100.00 Increase2.8
A From the Social Democratic electoral lists were elected two MPs from the People's Monarchist Party and other two MPs from Earth Party.
B Portuguese Communist Party (12 MPs) and "The Greens" (2 MPs) ran in coalition.[1]
C Democratic Party of the Atlantic electoral list only in Azores.
Source: Comissão Nacional de Eleições

February 20: Northern Cyprus[edit]

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politics and government of
Northern Cyprus
e • d Summary of the 20 February 2005 Assembly of the Republic of Northern Cyprus election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Republican Turkish Party (Cumhuriyetçi Türk Partisi)   44.5 25
National Unity Party (Ulusal Birlik Partisi)   31.7 16
Democratic Party (Demokrat Partisi)   13.5 5
Peace and Democracy Movement (Barış ve Demokrasi Hareketi)   5.8 1
Communal Liberation Party (Toplumcu Kurtuluş Partisi)   2.4 -
New Party (Yeni Parti)   1.6 -
Independents   3
Total (turnout 80.8 %)   50
Source: TurkishPress.com. The results include the two new MPs elected during by-elections held in 2006, filling two vacancies opened when MPs Mehmet Ali Talat became president and Salih Miroğlu died.

February 21: Anguilla[edit]

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politics and government of
Anguilla
e • d Summary of the 21 February 2005 House of Assembly of Anguilla election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Anguilla United Front 2,177 39.1 4
Anguilla Strategic Alliance 1,203 21.6 2
Anguilla United Movement 1,088 19.5 1
Anguilla Progressive Party 370 6.6 -
Independents 731 13.1 -
Appointed members - - 4
Total (turnout 74.6 %) 5,569 100 11
Source: The Anguillian

February 27: Kyrgyzstan[edit]

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politics and government of
Kyrgyzstan
Constitution
Legislative
e • d Summary of the 27 February and 13 March 2005 Kyrgyzstan Supreme Council election results
Parties Seats
Results not available, elected members 75
Total (turnout  %) 75

February 27: Tajikistan[edit]

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politics and government of
Tajikistan
Supreme Assembly (parliament)
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 27 February and 13 March 2005 Assembly of Representatives of Tajikistan election results
Parties Votes 1st round % Seats
People's Democratic Party of Tajikistan (Hizbi Demokrati-Khalkii Tojikston) 1,666,909 64.51 49
Communist Party of Tajikistan (Hizbi Kommunistīi Tojikston) 533,066 20.63 4
Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan (Nahzati Islomi Tojikiston) 193,532 7.48 2
Others Democratic Party (Hizbi Demokrati) 190,412 7,36 N/A
Justice Party (Hizb Adolatkhoh) N/A
Socialist Party (Hizbi Sotsialistīi Tojikston) N/A
Other parties -
Non-partisans (pro-HDKT) 5
Total (turnout  %) 2,583,919   63
Registered voters 2,771,528
Source: IFES, Angus Reid en Eurasia.org

March[edit]

March 6: Moldova[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Moldova
Administrative divisions
e • d  Summary of the 6 March 2005 Parliament of Moldova election results
Parties and coalitions % Seats +/-
Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova (Partidul Comuniştilor din Republica Moldova) 45.98 56 −15
Electoral Bloc Democratic Moldova (Blocul Electoral Moldova Democrată) 28.53 22 +22
8 +8
4 +4
Christian Democratic People's Party (Partidul Popular Creştin Democrat) 9.07 11 0
Total (turnout 63.7%)   101 0

March 13: Central African Republic[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Central African Republic
e • d Summary of the 13 March and 8 May 2005 Central African Republic presidential election results
Candidates (Nominating parties) Votes 1st round % Votes 2nd round %
François Bozizé (Independent) 382,241 42.97% 610,903 64.60%
Martin Ziguélé (Movement for the Liberation of the Central African People) 209,357 23.53% 334,716 35.40%
André Kolingba (Central African Democratic Rally) 145,495 16.36% - -
Jean-Paul Ngoupandé (National Unity Party) 45,182 5.08% - -
Charles Massi (Democratic Forum for Modernity) 28,618 3.22% - -
Abel Goumba (Patriotic Front for Progress) 22,297 2.51% - -
Henri Pouzère (Independent) 18,647 2.10% - -
Josué Binoua (Independent) 13,559 1.52% - -
Jean-Jacques Démafouth (Independent) 11,279 1.27% - -
Auguste Boukanga (Union for Renewal and Democracy) 7,085 0.80% - -
Olivier Gabirault (Alliance for Democracy and Progress) 5,834 0.66% - -
Total 889,594   945,619  
Invalid votes 57,022 32,111
Total votes 946,616 977,730
Registered voters 1,302,930 1,452,211
Voter turnout 72.7% 67.3%
Source: African Elections Database
e • d Summary of the 13 March and 8 May 2005 National Assembly of the Central African Republic election results
Parties Votes % Seats
National Convergence "Kwa Na Kwa" (Convergence Nationale "Kwa Na Kwa") 42
Movement for the Liberation of the Central African People (Mouvement pour la Libération du Peuple Centrafricain) 11
Central African Democratic Rally (Rassemblement Démocratique Centrafricain) 8
Social Democratic Party (Parti Social Démocratique) 4
Patriotic Front for Progress (Front Patriotique pour le Progrès) 2
Alliance for Democracy and Progress (Alliance pour la Démocratie et le Progrès) 2
Löndö Association (Association Löndö) 1
Non partisans 34
Invalidated 1
Total (turnout  %)   105

March 13: Micronesia[edit]

Federated States
of Micronesia
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politics and government of
the Federated States of Micronesia
e • d Summary of the 8 March 2005 Micronesian Congress election results
Members Seats
Non-partisans 14
Total (turnout  %) 14

March 13: Liechtenstein[edit]

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politics and government of
Liechtenstein
e • d Summary of the 13 March 2005 Landtag of Liechtenstein election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Progressive Citizens' Party (Fortschrittliche Bürgerpartei) 94,547 48.7 12
Patriotic Union (Vaterländische Union) 74,162 38.2 10
Free List (Freie Liste) 25,286 13.0 3
Total votes (turnout 86.5%) 193,995   25
Source: landtagswahlen.li

March 17: Tonga[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Tonga
e • d Summary of the 17 March 2005 Tonga Legislative Assembly election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Human Rights and Democracy Movement 30,501 38.9 7
Other candidates 47,816 61.1 2
members elected by and among the 33 hereditary nobles of Tonga   9
members of the Privy Council (appointed by the King)   10
Governors (appointed by the King)   2
Total 78,317   30
Source: http://psephos.adam-carr.net/countries/t/tonga/tonga2005.txt


March 31: Zimbabwe[edit]

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politics and government of
Zimbabwe
See also
e • d Summary of the 31 March 2005 House of Assembly of Zimbabwe election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front 1,569,867 59.6 78
Movement for Democratic Change 1,041,292 39.5 41
Independents 16,223 0.6 1
Zimbabwe African National Union-Ndonga 6,608 0.3 0
Zimbabwe Youth in Alliance 594 0.0 0
Zimbabwe People's Democratic Party 61 0.0 0
Presidential appointees 20
Ex-officio members (Chiefs) 10
Total (turnout 47.7%) 2,634,645 100.0 150
Registered voters 5,658,624
Total votes cast 2,696,670
Invalid votes 62,025
Source: African Elections Database

April[edit]

April 8: Djibouti[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Djibouti
e • d Summary of the 8 April 2005 Djibouti presidential election results
Candidates - Nominating parties Votes %
Ismail Omar Guelleh - People's Rally for Progress 144,433 100.00
Total valid votes (turnout 71.7%) 144,433 100.00
Invalid votes 4,692
Total votes 149,125
Registered voters 208,098
Source: African Elections Database

April 17: Northern Cyprus[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Northern Cyprus
e • d Summary of the 17 April 2005 Northern Cyprus presidential election
Candidate Party Votes %
Mehmet Ali Talat Republican Turkish Party 55,943 55.60
Derviş Eroğlu National Unity Party (UBP) 22,869 22.73
Mustafa Arabacıoğlu Democrat Party (DP) 13,302 13.22
Nuri Çevikel New Party (YP) 4816 4.79
Zeki Beşiktepeli Independent 1728 1.72
Hüseyin Angolemli Communal Liberation Party (TKP) 1054 1.05
Zehra Cengiz Cyprus Socialist Party 439 0.44
Arif Salih Kırdağ Independent 306 0.30
Ayhan Kaymak Independent 168 0.17
Total (turnout 69.58%) 100,186 100
Source: Adam Carr

April 24: Andorra[edit]

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politics and government of
Andorra
Constitution
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 24 April 2005 General Council of Andorra election results
Party Constituency PR Total
Seats
+/-
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Liberal Party of Andorra 5,473 46.2 8 5,100 40.0 6 14 -1
Social Democratic Party 0 4,711 36.9 6 12
Democratic Renewal 0 772 6.0 0 0 New
Andorran Democratic Centre+Century 21 1,127 9.5 0 1,360 10.7 2 2 New
Greens of Andorra 0 433 3.4 0 0 New
Social Democratic Party-Democratic Renewal coalition 5,235 44.2 6 0 6
Invalid/blank votes 1,045 503
Total 12,880 100 14 12,879 100 14 28 0
Source: Nohlen & Stöver, IPU

April 24: Togo[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Togo
e • d Summary of the 24 April 2005 Togo presidential election results
Candidates - nominating parties Votes %
Faure Gnassingbé - Rally for the Togolese People (Rassemblement du Peuple Togolais) 60.15
Emmanuel Bob-Akitani - Union of Forces for Change (Union des Forces du Changement), supported by Alliance of Democrats for Integral Development (Alliance des Démocrates pour le Développement Intégral), Action Committee for Renewal (Comité d'Action pour la Renouveau), Democratic Convention of African Peoples (Convention Démocratique des Peoples Africains) and Socialist Pact for Renewal (Pacte Socialiste pour le Renouveau) 38.25
Nicolas Lawson - Party for Renewal and Redemption (Parti pour le Renouveau et la Rédemption) 1.04
Harry Olympio - Rally for the Support of Democracy and Development (Rassemblement pour le soutien de la démocratie et du développement) 0.55
Total (turnout 63.6 %) 2,200,274  
Registered voters 3,599,306
Total votes 2,288,279
Invalid or blank votes 88,005

April 30: Niue[edit]

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politics and government of
Niue
e • d Summary of the 30 April 2005 Niue Assembly election results
Members Seats
Non-partisan members elected on a common roll 6
Representatives of the villages 14
Total (turnout  %) 20

May[edit]

May 5: United Kingdom[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the United Kingdom
e • d Summary of the Results of the 5 May 2005 General Election to the House of Commons of the United Kingdom
Political Party
Candidates
Elected
Seats Gained
Seats Lost
Net Change
in seats
% of Seats
Number of votes
% of Votes
Change in %
of vote
Labour 627 355 0 47 –47 55.2 9,552,436 35.2 –5.5 26,908
Conservative 630 198 36 3 +33 30.7 8,784,915 32.4 +0.7 44,368
Liberal Democrat 626 62 16 5 +11 9.6 5,985,454 22.0 +3.8 96,540
UKIP 496 0 0 0 0 0.0 605,973 2.2 +0.8 N/A
SNP 59 6 2 0 +2 0.9 412,267 1.5 –0.2 68,711
Green 182 0 0 0 0 0.0 257,758 1.0 +0.4 N/A
DUP 18 9 4 0 +4 1.4 241,856 0.9 +0.2 26,873
BNP 119 0 0 0 0 0.0 192,745 0.7 +0.5 N/A
Plaid Cymru 40 3 0 1 –1 0.5 174,838 0.6 –0.1 58,279
Sinn Féin 18 5 1 0 +1 0.8 174,530 0.6 –0.1 34,906
UUP 18 1 0 5 –5 0.2 127,414 0.5 –0.3 127,414
SDLP 18 3 1 1 0 0.5 125,626 0.5 –0.1 41,875
Independent 180 1 1 0 +1 0.2 122,416 0.5 +0.1 122,416
Respect 26 1 1 0 +1 0.2 68,094 0.3 N/A 68,094
Scottish Socialist 58 0 0 0 0 0.0 43,514 0.2 –0.1 N/A
Veritas 65 0 0 0 0 0.0 40,607 0.1 N/A N/A
Alliance 12 0 0 0 0 0.0 28,291 0.1 0.0 N/A
Scottish Green 19 0 0 0 0 0.0 25,760 0.1 +0.1 N/A
Socialist Labour 49 0 0 0 0 0.0 20,167 0.1 0.0 N/A
Liberal 14 0 0 0 0 0.0 19,068 0.1 0.0 N/A
Health Concern 1 1 0 0 0 0.2 18,739 0.1 0.0 18,739
Speaker 1 1 0 0 0 0.2 15,153 0.1 0.0 15,153
English Democrats 24 0 0 0 0 0.0 15,149 0.1 N/A N/A
Socialist Alternative 17 0 0 0 0 0.0 9,398 0.0 N/A N/A
National Front 13 0 0 0 0 0.0 8,079 0.0 N/A N/A
Legalise Cannabis 21 0 0 0 0 0.0 6,950 0.0 0.0 N/A
Monster Raving Loony 19 0 0 0 0 0.0 6,311 0.0 0.0 N/A
Community Action 3 0 0 0 0 0.0 5,984 0.0 N/A N/A
Christian Vote 10 0 0 0 0 0.0 4,004 0.0 N/A N/A
Mebyon Kernow 4 0 0 0 0 0.0 3,552 0.0 0.0 N/A
Forward Wales 6 0 0 0 0 0.0 3,461 0.0 N/A N/A
Christian Peoples 9 0 0 0 0 0.0 3,291 0.0 N/A N/A
Rainbow Dream Ticket 23 0 0 0 0 0.0 2,463 0.0 N/A N/A
Community Group 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 2,365 0.0 N/A N/A
Ashfield Independents 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 2,292 0.0 N/A N/A
Alliance for Green Socialism 5 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,978 0.0 N/A N/A
Residents 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,850 0.0 N/A N/A
Workers' Party 6 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,669 0.0 0.0 N/A
Socialist Environmental 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,649 0.0 N/A N/A
Scottish Unionist 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,266 0.0 0.0 N/A
Workers Revolutionary 10 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,241 0.0 0.0 N/A
New England 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,224 0.0 N/A N/A
Communist 6 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,124 0.0 0.0 N/A
Community Group 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,118 0.0 N/A N/A
Peace and Progress 3 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,036 0.0 N/A N/A
Scottish Senior Citizens 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,017 0.0 N/A N/A
Your Party 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 1,006 0.0 N/A N/A
SOS! Northampton 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 932 0.0 N/A N/A
Independent Working Class 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 892 0.0 N/A N/A
Democratic Labour 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 770 0.0 N/A N/A
British Public Party 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 763 0.0 N/A N/A
Free Scotland 3 0 0 0 0 0.0 743 0.0 N/A N/A
Pensioners Party Scotland 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 716 0.0 N/A N/A
Publican Party 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 678 0.0 N/A N/A
English Independence Party 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 654 0.0 N/A N/A
Socialist Unity 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 581 0.0 N/A N/A
Local Community Party 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 570 0.0 N/A N/A
Clause 28 3 0 0 0 0 0.0 516 0.0 N/A N/A
UK Community Issues Party 3 0 0 0 0 0.0 502 0.0 N/A N/A
Total 646 Turnout 27,148,510 61.4 42,026

May 5: Dominica[edit]

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e • d Summary of the 5 May 2005 House of Assembly of Dominica election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Dominica Labour Party 19,741 52.1 12
United Workers' Party 16,529 43.6 8
Dominica Freedom Party 1,194 3.2 -
Others 449 1.1 1
Total (turnout 57.5%) 37,913 100.0 21
Source: Dominica: legislative election of 5 May 2005

May 11: Cayman Islands[edit]

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e • d Summary of the 11 May 2005 Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly election results
Parties Seats
People's Progressive Movement 9
United Democratic Party 5
West Bay Alliance -
People's Democratic Alliance -
Independents 1
Total (turnout 80.25%) 15
Source: Elections Office

May 14: Republic of China/Taiwan[edit]

e • d Summary of the 14 May 2005 Republic of China National Assembly election results
Parties Votes Percentage (%) Seats
Parties in favor of the amendments 249
Green Taiwan in White Cross.svg Democratic Progressive Party 1,647,791 42.52 127
Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 1,508,384 38.92 117
___ Chinese People's Party 41,940 1.08 3
___ Peasant Party 15,516 0.40 1
___ Civil Party 8,609 0.22 1
Parties not in favor of the amendments 51
Taiwan orange.svg Taiwan Solidarity Union 273,147 7.05 21
LogoPFP.svg People First Party 236,716 6.11 18
___ 150 persons union led by Jhang Ya Jhong 65,081 1.68 5
LogoCNP.svg New Party 34,253 0.88 3
Grey and red.svg Non-Partisan Solidarity Union 25,162 0.65 2
LogoTWIP.svg Taiwan Independence Party 11,500 0.30 1
___ 20 persons union led by Wang Ting Sing 7,499 0.19 1
Total (turnout ) 300

May 15: Ethiopia[edit]

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Ethiopia
e • d Summary of the 15 May 2005 Ethiopian House of People's Representatives election results
Coalitions and parties Votes % Seats
Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front   59.8% 327
Coalition for Unity and Democracy   19.9% 109
United Ethiopian Democratic Forces   9.5% 52
Somali People's Democratic Party   4.3% 24
Oromo Federalist Democratic Movement   2.0% 11
Benishangul-Gumuz People's Democratic Unity Front   1.4% 8
Afar National Democratic Party   1.4% 8
Gambela People's Democratic Movement   negligible 3
Sheko and Mezenger People's Democratic Unity Organization   negligible 1
Hareri National League   negligible 1
Argoba Nationality Democratic Organization   negligible 1
Independent   negligible 1
Total   100% 546
Ethiopian 2005 general election results. Only parties with more than 10 seats shown.
Red: EPRDF
Green: CUD
Purple: UEDF
Dark blue: SPDP
Orange: OFDM
Light blue: Others

May 20: Mongolia[edit]

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politics and government of
Mongolia
e • d Summary of the 20 May 2005 Mongolian presidential election results
Candidates – Nominating party Votes %
Nambaryn EnkhbayarMongolian People's Revolutionary Party 495,730 54.2%
Mendsaikhany EnkhsaikhanDemocratic Party 184,743 20.2%
Bazarsad JargalsaikhanRepublican Party 129,147 14.1%
Badarch ErdenebatMotherland Party 105,171 11.5%
Total (turnout 74.9%) 914,791 100.00%
Source: General Election Commission of Mongolia

May 25: Suriname[edit]

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Suriname
Alliances and parties Votes % Seats
New Front for Democracy and Development (Nieuwe Front voor Democratie en Ontwikkeling):   41.2 23
National Democratic Party (Nationale Democratische Partij)   23.1 15
People's Alliance for Progress (Volksalliantie Voor Vooruitgang)   14.5 5
A-Com   7.3 5
A1   6.2 3
Union of Progressive Surinamese (Unie van Progressieve Surinamers)   4.9 -
Party for Democracy and Development through Unity (Partij voor Democratie en Ontwikkeling door Eenheid)
Progressive Workers' and Farmers' Union (Progressieve Arbeiders- en Landbouwersunie) PALU 1.0 -
Total (turnout 65.1 %)   51

May 30: Lebanon[edit]

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Lebanon
e • d Summary of the 29 May-20 June 2005 Lebanese National Assembly election results
Alliances Seats Parties Votes % Seats
March 14 Alliance 69 Future Movement (Tayyar Al Mustaqbal)   36
Progressive Socialist Party (Hizb al-Taqadummi al-Ishtiraki)   16
Lebanese Forces (al-Quwāt al-Lubnāniyya)   6
Qornet Shehwan Gathering   6
Independents (Tripoli Bloc)   3
Democratic Renewal (Tripoli Bloc)   1
Democratic Left (Tripoli Bloc)   1
March 8 Alliance 57 Hope Movement (Harakat Amal)   14
Hezbollah   14
Syrian Social Nationalist Party (al-Hizb al-Qawmi al-souri al ijtima'i)   2
Others   5
Free Patriotic Movement (Tayyar Al-Watani Al-Horr)   15
Skaff Bloc   5
Murr Bloc   2
Independents 2 Independents   2
Total 128

June[edit]

June 19: Guinea-Bissau[edit]

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politics and government of
Guinea-Bissau
e • d Summary of the 19 June and 24 July 2005 Guinea-Bissau presidential election results
Candidates - Nominating parties Votes
1st round
%
1st round
Votes
2nd round
%
2nd round
Malam Bacai Sanhá - African Independence Party of Guinea and Cape Verde 158,276 35.45% 196,759 47.65%
João Bernardo "Nino" Vieira - Independent 128,918 28.87% 216,167 52.35%
Mohamed Ialá Embaló - Party for Social Renewal 111,606 25.00% - -
Francisco Fadul - United Social Democratic Party 12,733 2.85% - -
Aregado Mantenque Té - Workers' Party 9,000 2.02% - -
Mamadú Iaia Djaló - Independent 7,112 1.59% - -
Mário Lopes da Rosa - Independent 4,863 1.09% - -
Idrissa Djaló - National Unity Party 3,604 0.81% - -
Adelino Mano Queta - Independent 2,816 0.63% - -
Faustino Fadut Imbali - Manifest Party of the People 2,330 0.52% - -
Paulino Empossa Ié - Independent 2,215 0.50% - -
Antonieta Rosa Gomes - Guinean Civic Forum-Social Democracy 1,642 0.37% - -
João Tátis Sá - Guinean People's Party 1,378 0.31% - -
Total (turnout 87.6% / 78.6%) 446,493 412,926

June 19: Nagorno Karabakh[edit]

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politics and government of
Nagorno-Karabakh
See also
e • d Summary of the 19 June 2005 National Assembly election results
Parties Votes
PR Lists
% Seats
Democratic Party of Artsakh (Artsakhi Demokratakan Kusaktsutyun) 22,393 37.6% 12
Free Motherland (Azat Hayrenik) 15,931 26.7% 10
ARF/Movement 88 14,534 24.4% 3
Communist Party of Artsakh (Artsakhi Komunistakan Kusaktsutyun) 2,432 4.0% -
Moral Revival (Baroyakan Veratsnund) 2,192 3.6% -
Armenia Our Home (Mer Tun' Hayastan) 1,265 2.1% -
Social Justice Party 788 1.2% -
Non-partisans 8
Total (Turnout 78%) 66776 100.0 33
Source: Ruling Party Wins Karabakh Vote Amid Opposition Outcry

June 17: Iran[edit]

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politics and government of
Iran
e • d Summary of the 17 and 24 June 2005 Iranian Presidential election results
Candidates Votes 1st round % Votes 2nd round %
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad 5,711,696 19.43 17,284,782 61.69
Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani 6,211,937 21.13 10,046,701 35.93
Mehdi Karroubi 5,070,114 17.24 - -
Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf 4,095,827 13.93 - -
Mostafa Moeen 4,083,951 13.89 - -
Ali Larijani 1,713,810 5.83 - -
Mohsen Mehralizadeh 1,288,640 4.38 - -
Blank or invalid votes 1,224,882 4.17 663,770 2.37
Total (turnout 62.66% and 59.6%) 29,400,857 100 27,959,253 100

June 25: Bulgaria[edit]

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Bulgaria
e • d Summary of the 2005 National Assembly of Bulgaria election results:
Party Votes % Seats +/−
Coalition for Bulgaria 1,129,196 31.0 82 +34
National Movement Simeon II 725,314 19.9 53 −67
Movement for Rights and Freedoms 467,400 12.8 34 +13
National Union Attack 296,848 8.1 21 +21
United Democratic Forces 280,323 7.7 20 −31
Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria 234,788 6.4 17 +17
People's Union 189,268 5.2 13 +13
Others 324,050 8.8 0 -
Total valid votes 3,648,177 100.0 240 -
Invalid votes 99,616
Votes cast (turnout: 55.8%) 3,747,793
Registered voters in the main list 6,720,941
Source: Electoral Commission of Bulgaria and Adam Carr's Electoral Archive

June: Tokelau[edit]

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Tokelau
e • d Summary of the June 2005 Parliament of Tokelau election results
Members Seats
Non-partisans 15
Total 15

July[edit]

July 3: Albania[edit]

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politics and government of
Albania
e • d Summary of the 3 July 2005 Assembly of Albania election results
Parties Votes PR % Seats
Constituencies PR Total
Democratic Party of Albania (Partia Demokratike e Shqipërisë) 104,796 7.67 56 0 56
Socialist Party of Albania (Partia Socialiste e Shqipërisë) 121,412 8.89 42 0 42
ALDM-National Front (Partia Balli Kombëtar Shqiptar) 457,143 33,46 0 18 18
ALDM-Republican Party of Albania (Partia Republikane e Shqipërisë) - 11 11
ALDM-New Democratic Party (Partia Demokrate e Re) - 4 4
ALDM-Christian Democratic Party of Albania (Partia Demokristiane e Shqipërisë) - 2 2
ALDM-Liberal Democratic Union (Bashkimi Liberal Demokrat) - 1 1
ALDM-Democratic National Front Party (Partia Ballik Kombëtar Demokrat) - - -
ALDM-Albanian Democratic Union Party (Partia e Bashkimit Demokrat Shqiptar) - - -
ALDM-Human Rights Liberation Movement (Lëvizja për të Drejtat dhe Liritë e Njeriut) - - -
Social Democratic Party of Albania (Partia Socialdemokrate e Shqipërisë) 174,103 12.74 0 7 7
Socialist Movement for Integration (Lëvizja Socialiste për Intigrim) 114,798 8.40 1 4 5
Environmentalist Agrarian Party (Partia Agrare Ambientaliste) 89,635 6.56 - 4 4
Democratic Alliance Party (Partia Aleanca Demokratike) 65,093 4.76 - 3 3
Social Democracy Party of Albania (Partia Demokracia Sociale e Shqipërisë) 57,998 4.25 - 2 2
Unity for Human Rights Party (Partia Bashkimi për të Drejtat e Njeriut) 56,403 4.13 - 2 2
Non-partisans     1 1
Total 1,366,226 100.0 100 40 140
Source: OSCE The candidates of the Alliance for Freedom, Justice and Welfare (Aliansa për Liri, Drejtësi dhe Mirëqenie;;, Republican Party of Albania and allies) supported the candidates of the PDS in the constituencies, as did some of the informal PS allie with the PS candidates. Given the number of irregularities in the first ballot, re-elections were held in two constituencies in Shkodra and Lushnja on 21 August. These results have been included.

July 3: Mauritius[edit]

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politics and government of
Mauritius
Constitution
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 3 July 2005 National Assembly of Mauritius election results
Parties and alliances Votes % Seats Additional seats total seats
Alliance Sociale: 948,766 48.8 38 4 42
Alliance MSM-MMM 829,460 42.6 22 2 24
Organisation du Peuple Rodriguais (OPR) 10,184 0.8 2 2 4
All others 156,538 8.0
Total (Turnout 81.5 %) 1,944,948 100.0 62 8 70
Source: Adam Carr

July 4: Burundi[edit]

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politics and government of
Burundi
e • d Summary of the 4 July 2005 National Assembly of Burundi election results
Parties Votes % Elected
seats
Coopted
seats
Total
seats
National Council for the Defense of Democracy-Forces for the Defense of Democracy (Conseil National Pour la Défense de la Démocratie–Forces pour la Défense de la Démocratie, CNDD-FDD) 1,417,800 58.55 59 5 64
Front for Democracy in Burundi (Front pour la Démocratie au Burundi, FRODEBU) 525,336 21.70 25 5 30
Union for National Progress (Union pour le Progrès national, UPRONA) 174,575 7.21 10 5 15
National Council for the Defense of Democracy (Conseil National Pour la Défense de la Démocratie, CNDD) 100,366 4.14 4 - 4
Movement for the Rehabilitation of Citizens-Rurenzangemero (Mouvement pour la Réhabilitation du Citoyen-Rurenzangemero, MRC) 51,730 2.14 2 - 2
Party for National Recovery (Parti pour le redressement national, PARENA) 42,223 1.74 - - -
Others & Independents 109,396 4.51 - - -
Ethnic Twa Members - - - 3 3
Total (Voter Turnout: 77.2%) 2,421,426 100.0 100 18 118
Invalid/Blank Votes 24,575  
Total Votes 2,446,001
Registered Voters 3,167,124
Source: African Elections Database

July 10: Hong Kong[edit]

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July 10: Kyrgyzstan[edit]

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politics and government of
Kyrgyzstan
Constitution
Legislative
e • d Summary of the 10 July 2005 Kyrgyzstan presidential election results
Candidates Votes %
Kurmanbek Bakiyev 1,312,174 88.9
Tursunbai Bakir Uulu 56,065 3.8
Akbaraly Aitikeev 52,671 3.6
Zhapar Dzheksheyev 13,821 0.9
Toktayym Ümötalieva 8,111 0.6
Keneshbek Dushebaev 7,424 0.5
Against all candidates 12,771 0.9
Total (turnout  %) 100.0

July 29: Burundi[edit]

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Burundi
e • d Summary of the 29 July 2005 Senate of Burundi election results
Parties Elected Members Co-opted &
Other Members
Total Seats
National Council for the Defense of Democracy-Forces for the Defense of Democracy (Conseil National Pour la Défense de la Démocratie–Forces pour la Défense de la Démocratie, CNDD-FDD) 30 2 32
Front for Democracy in Burundi (Front pour la Démocratie au Burundi, FRODEBU) 3 2 5
National Council for the Defense of Democracy (Conseil National Pour la Défense de la Démocratie, CNDD) 1 2 3
Union for National Progress (Union pour le Progrès national, UPRONA) - 2 2
Ethnic Twa Members - 3 3
Ex-Presidents (FRODEBU-2, UPRONA-1 and PARENA-1) - 4 4
Total 34 15 49

August[edit]

August 27: Singapore[edit]

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politics and government of
Singapore
Constitution
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 17 August 2005 Singapore presidential election results
Candidate Votes
S. R. Nathan Without ballot

August 30: Saint Helena[edit]

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politics and government of
Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
e • d Summary of the 30 August 2005 Legislative Council of Saint Helena election results
Candidates Seats
Non-partisans 12
Ex officio members 3
Total (turnout  %) 15

September[edit]

September 7: Egypt[edit]

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politics and government of
Egypt
Constitution (history)
Political parties (former)
e • d Summary of the 7 September 2005 Egyptian presidential election results
Candidates, Nominating parties Votes %
Hosni Mubarak, National Democratic Party (Al-Hizb Al-Watani Al-Dimuqrati) 6,316,714 88.6
Ayman Nour, Tomorrow Party (Hizb al-Ghad) 540,405 7.3
Numan Gomaa, New Wafd Party (Hizb al-Wafd al-Jadid) 201,891 2.8
Total (Turnout 22.9 %) 7,059,010

September 11: Japan[edit]

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politics and government of
Japan
e • d Summary of the 11 September 2005 Japanese House of Representatives election results[3]
Alliances and parties Local constituency vote PR block vote Total
seats
+/−
Votes[4]  % Seats Votes  % Seats (last
election)
(pre-
election)
   Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) Jiyū Minshutō 32,518,389 47.8% 219 25,887,798 38.2% 77 296 Increase55 Increase84
New Komeito Party (NKP) Kōmeitō ("Justice Party") 981,105 1.4% 8 8,987,620 13.3% 23 31 Decrease3 Decrease3
Ruling coalition 33,499,494 49.2% 227 34,875,418 51.5% 100 327 Increase52 Increase81
   People's New Party (PNP) Kokumin Shintō 432,679 0.5% 2 1,183,073 1.7% 2 4 Increase4 Steady0
New Party Nippon (NPN) Shintō Nippon 137,172 0.2% 0 1,643,506 2.4% 1 1 Increase1 Decrease2
Postal privatization rebel parties 569,851 0.7% 2 2,826,579 4.1% 3 5 Increase5 Decrease2
   Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) Minshutō ("Democratic Party") 24,804,786 36.4% 52 21,036,425 31.0% 61 113 Decrease64 Decrease64
Japanese Communist Party (JCP) Nihon Kyōsantō 4,937,375 7.3% 0 4,919,187 7.3% 9 9 Steady0 Steady0
Social Democratic Party (SDP) Shakai Minshutō 996,007 1.5% 1 3,719,522 5.5% 6 7 Increase1 Increase2
New Party Daichi (NPD) Shintō Daichi 16,698 0.0% 0 433,938 0.6% 1 1 Increase1 Increase1
Others 1,557 0.0 % 0 0 Decrease2 Decrease1
Other opposition parties 30,756,423 45.2% 53 30,109,072 44.4% 77 130 Decrease64 Decrease62
   Independents (including most postal privatization rebels) 3,240,521 4.8% 18 18 Increase7 Decrease14
Totals 68,066,291 100.00% 300 67,811,069 100.00% 180 480 Steady0 Increase3*
Turnout 67.51% 67.46%, overseas: 25.78% *(vacant seats)

September 12: Norway[edit]

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Norway
Constitution
e • d Summary of the 12 September 2005 Norwegian Storting election results
Parties Votes Seats
# % ± % # ±
  Norwegian Labour Party (Det norske Arbeiderparti) 862,757 32.7 +8.4 61 +18
  Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet) 582,284 22.1 +7.4 38 +12
  Conservative Party (Høyre) 372,008 14.1 −7.1 23 −15
  Socialist Left Party (Sosialistisk Venstreparti) 233,069 8.8 −3.7 15 −8
  Christian Democratic Party (Kristelig Folkeparti) 178,889 6.8 −5.6 11 −11
  Centre Party (Senterpartiet) 171,124 6.5 +0.9 11 +1
  Liberal Party (Venstre) 156,081 5.9 +2.0 10 +8
  Red Electoral Alliance (Rød Valgallianse) 32,365 1.2 0.0 0 0
  Coastal Party (Kystpartiet) 21,946 0.8 −0.9 0 −1
  Pensioners' Party (Pensjonistpartiet) 13,559 0.5 –0.2 0 0
  Christian Unity Party (Kristent Samlingsparti) 3,865 0.1 –0.2 0 0
  Environment Party The Greens (Miljøpartiet De Grønne) 3,652 0.1 0.0 0 0
  The Democrats (Demokratene) 2,706 0.1 0
  Abortion Opponents' List (Abortmotstandernes Liste) 1,932 0.1 0
  Communist Party of Norway (Norges Kommunistiske Parti) 1,066 0.0 0.0 0 0
  Reform Party (Reformpartiet) 727 0.0 0
  Sami People Party (Sámeálbmot bellodat, Samefolkets Parti) 660 0.0 0.0 0 0
  Liberal People's Party (Det Liberale Folkeparti) 213 0.0 0.0 0 0
  Norwegian Republican Alliance (Norsk Republikansk Allianse) 94 0.0 0
  Beer Unity Party (Pilsens Samlingsparti) 65 0.0 0
  Society Party (Samfunnspartiet) 43 0.0 0.0 0 0
2,639,105 100% 169

September 17: New Zealand[edit]

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New Zealand
Constitution
e • d  Summary of the 17 September 2005 New Zealand House of Representatives election results[5]
party votes % of votes seats
% change electorate list total change
Labour 935,319 41.10 -0.16 31 19 50 -2
National 889,813 39.10 +18.17 31 17 48 +21
NZ First 130,115 5.72 -4.66 0 7 7 -6
Green 120,521 5.30 -1.70 0 6 6 -3
Māori 48,263 2.12 +2.12 4 0 4 +4
United Future 60,860 2.67 -4.02 1 2 3 -5
ACT 34,469 1.51 -5.63 1 1 2 -7
Progressive 26,441 1.16 -0.54 1 0 1 -1
other parties 29,828 1.31 -3.58 0 0 0 0
total 2,275,629 100.00 69 52 121 +1
informal votes 10,561
disallowed special votes 17,815
total votes cast 2,304,005
turnout 80.92%


September 18: Afghanistan[edit]

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politics and government of
Afghanistan
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of 18 September 2005 Afghanistan House of the People election results
Candidates Seats
Non-partisans 249
Total 249

September 18: Germany[edit]

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Germany
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 18 September 2005 German Federal Diet (Bundestag) election results
Parties Constituency Party list Total seats
Votes  % +/− Seats +/− Votes  % +/− Seats +/− Seats +/−  %
Social Democratic Party (SPD) 18,129,100 38.4 −3.5 145 −26 16,194,665 34.2 −4.3 77 −3 222 −29 36.2
Christian Democratic Union (CDU) 15,390,950 32.6 +0.6 106 +24 13,136,740 27.8 −1.7 74 −34 180 −10 29.3
Free Democratic Party (FDP) 2,208,531 4.7 −1.1 0 ±0 4,648,144 9.8 +2.5 61 +14 61 +14 9.9
The Left Party.PDS 3,764,168 8.0 +3.7 3 +1 4,118,194 8.7 +4.7 51 +51 54 +52 8.8
Alliance '90/The Greens (Grüne) 2,538,913 5.4 −0.2 1 ±0 3,838,326 8.1 −0.5 50 −4 51 −4 8.3
Christian Social Union (CSU) 3,889,990 8.2 −0.8 44 +1 3,494,309 7.4 −1.6 2 −13 46 −12 7.5
National Democratic Party (NPD) 857,777 1.8 +1.6 0 ±0 748,568 1.6 +1.2 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
The Republicans (REP) 38,678 0.1 ±0 0 ±0 266,101 0.6 ±0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
The Grays – Gray Panthers (GRAUE) 6,340 0.0 −0.2 0 ±0 198,601 0.4 +0.2 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Family Party (FAMILIE) 76,064 0.2 +0.2 0 ±0 191,842 0.4 +0.3 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Animal Protection Party 7,341 0.0 ±0 0 ±0 110,603 0.2 −0.1 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Party of Bible-abiding Christians (PBC) 57,027 0.1 ±0 0 ±0 108,605 0.2 ±0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Marxist-Leninist Party (MLPD) 16,480 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 45,238 0.1 +0.1 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Solidarity (BüSo) 40,984 0.1 +0.1 0 ±0 35,649 0.1 +0.1 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Bavaria Party (BP) 16,047 0.0 ±0 0 ±0 35,543 0.1 +0.1 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Feminist Party (DIE FRAUEN) 1,327 0.0 ±0 0 ±0 27,497 0.1 ±0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Alliance for Health, Peace and Social Justice (AGFG) 570 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 21,350 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Social Equality Party (PSG) 15,605 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
50Plus 10,536 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
The Party 6,923 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 10,379 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Pro DM 10,269 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Alliance for Germany (Deutschland) 1,473 0.0 ±0 0 ±0 9,643 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Anarchist Pogo Party (APPD) 3,018 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 4,233 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Centre Party (Zentrum) 1,297 0.0 ±0 0 ±0 4,010 0.0 ±0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Law and Order Offensive Party (Offensive D) 5,401 0.0 −0.3 0 ±0 3,338 0.0 −0.8 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Independents (UNABHÄNGIGE) 11,703 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Humanist Party (HP) 2,029 0.0 ±0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
German Social Union (DSU) 1,655 0.0 ±0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Christian Centre (CM) 1,011 0.0 ±0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Human Economy Party 639 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Statt Party 496 0.0 +0.0 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Electoral groups and independents 118,130 0.3 +0.2 0 ±0 0 ±0 0
Invalid/blank votes 850,072 756,146
Totals 48,044,134 100 ±0 299 ±0 48,044,134 100 ±0 315 +11 614 +11 100
Registered voters/turnout 61,870,711 77.7 61,870,711 77.7
Source: Federal Returning Officer

*The Christian Democratic Union and Christian Social Union of Bavaria call themselves sister parties. They do not operate in the same regions and form one group in the Bundestag.

September 23: Aruba[edit]

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politics and government of
Aruba
e • d  Summary of the 23 September 2005 Estates of Aruba election results
Parties Votes % Seats
People's Electoral Movement (Movimiento Electoral di Pueblo)   43 11
Aruban People's Party (Arubaanse Volkspartij)   32 8
Aruban Patriotic Movement (Movimento Patriotico Arubano)   7 1
Network (RED)   7 1
Real Democracy (Democracia Real)   6 0
Aruban Liberal Organization (Organisacion Liberal Arubiano)   4 0
Aruban Patriotic Party (Partido Patriótico Arubano)   2 0
Total     21

September 25: Poland[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Poland
e • d Summary of the 25 September 2005 Polish parliamentary election results
Parties Votes % Seats Sejm +/- Seats Senate
Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, PiS) 3,185,714 27.0 155 +111 49
Civic Platform (Platforma Obywatelska, PO) 2,849,259 24.1 133 +68 34
Self-Defense of the Republic of Poland (Samoobrona RP) 1,347,355 11.4 56 +3 3
Democratic Left Alliance (Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej, SLD) 1,335,257 11.3 55 -161 -
League of Polish Families (Liga Polskich Rodzin, LPR) 940,726 8.0 34 -4 7
Polish People's Party (Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe, PSL) 821,656 7.0 25 -17 2
Social Democracy of Poland (Socjaldemokracja Polska, SDPL) 459,380 3.9 -   -
Democratic Party (Partia Demokratyczna) 289,276 2.5 -   -
Janusz Korwin-Mikke Platform (Platforma Janusza Korwin-Mikke, PJKM) 185,885 1.6 -   -
Patriotic Movement (Ruch Patriotyczny) 124,038 1.1 -   -
Polish Labor Party (Polska Partia Pracy, PPP) 91,266 0.8 -   -
German Minority Electoral Committee (Komitet Wyborczy Mniejszość Niemiecka) 34,469 0.3 2    
Polish National Party (Polska Partia Narodowa) 34,127 0.3 -    
Native House (Dom Ojczysty) 32,863 0.3 -    
Centre (Centrum) 21,893 0.2 -    
All-Poland Civic Coalition (Ogólnopolska Koalicja Obywatelska) 16,251 0.1 -    
Party Initiative of the Republic of Poland (Partia Inicjatywa Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej) 11,914 0.1 -    
Polish Confederation - Dignity and Work (Polska Konfederacja - Godność i Praca) 8,353 0.1 -    
National Rebirth of Poland (Narodowe Odrodzenie Polski) 7,376 0.1 -    
German Minority of Silesia (Mniejszość Niemiecka Śląska) 5,581 0.1 -    
Labour Party (Stronnictwo Pracy) 1,019 0.01 -    
Social Rescuers (Społeczni Ratownicy) 982 0.01 -    
Independents         5
  Total (turnout 40.6 %) 11,804,676   460   100
  • Registered voters: 30,338,316
  • Votes counted: 12,255,875
  • Invalid votes: 451,199
  • Valid votes: 11,804,676

September 25: Macau[edit]

e • d Summary of the 25 September 2005 Legislative Assembly of Macau election results
Lists Votes % Seats
United Citizens Association of Macau
(Associação dos Cidadãos Unidos de Macau) (澳門民聯協進會)
20,695 16.58 2
Alliance for the Development of Macau
(Aliança para Desenvolvimento de Macau) (澳門發展聯盟)
11,642 9.33 1
General Union for the Good of Macau
(União Geral para O Bem-querer de Macau) (愛澳聯盟)
8,517 6.82 1
Convergence for Development
(Convergência para o Desenvolvimento) (繁榮澳門同盟)
6,079 4.87 1
Vision Macau
(Associação Visão de Macau) (澳門前瞻協進會)
1,973 1.58 0
União dos Trabalhadores dos Jogos de Fortuna e Azar de Macau 922 0.74 0
Union for Development
(União para o Desenvolvimento) (同心協進會)
16,588 13.29 2
Union for Promoting Progress
(União Promotora para o Progresso) (群力促進會)
11,985 9.60 2
Association for Democracy and Social Well-Being of Macau
(Associação Pela Democracia e Bem-estar Social de Macau) (澳門民主民生協進會)
4,356 3.49 0
New Youth of Macau
(Nova Juventude de Macau) (澳門新青年)
3,060 2.45 0
Association for Helping the Community and Engagement with the People
(Associação de Apoio à Comunidade e Proximidade do Povo) (親民愛群協會)
2,941 2.36 0
Associação Direitos dos Cidadãos 191 0.15 0
Pan-establishment camp 88,949 71.26 9
New Democratic Macau Association
(Associação Novo Macau Democrático) (民主新澳門)
23,472 18.80 2
New Hope
(Nova Esperança) (新希望)
9,973 7.99 1
Por Macau 892 0.71 0
Associação do Activismo para a Democracia 654 0.52 0
União dos Operários 457 0.37 0
Um Novo Vigor Para Macau 448 0.36 0
Pan-democracy camp 35,896 28.75 3
Subtotal (turnout 58.4%) 124,845 100.00 12
Functional constituencies and appointed members
Macau Business Interest Union
(União dos Interesses Empresariais de Macau) (澳門僱主利益聯會) for employers
4
Employees Association Joint Candidature Commission
(Comissão Conjunta da Candidatura das Associações de Empregados) (僱員團體聯合) for labour
2
Macau professional Interest Union
(União dos Interesses Profissionais de Macau) (澳門專業利益聯會) special interests
2
Excellent Culture and Sports Union Association
(Associação União Cultural e Desportiva Excelente) (優裕文康聯合會) charity, culture, education and sport
2
Members appointed by the Chief Executive 7
Total 29

September 28: Somaliland[edit]

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politics and government of
Somaliland
See also
e • d Summary of the 28 September 2005 House of Representatives of Somaliland election results
Parties Votes % Seats
UDUB For Unity, Democracy, and Independence (Ururka dimuqraadiga ummadda bahawday) 261,449 39.0 33
KULMIYE Peace, Unity, and Development Party (KULMIYE Nabad, Midnimo iyo horumar) 228,328 34.1 28
UCID For Justice and Development (Ururka Caddaalada iyo Daryeelka) 180,545 26.9 21
Total 680,322 100.0 82
Invalid votes 4,585
Total votes cast 674,907
Source: IRI

October[edit]

October 9: Poland[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Poland
e • d Summary of 9 and 23 October 2005 Polish Presidential election results
Candidates and nominating parties Votes 1st round % Votes 2nd round %
Lech Kaczyński - Law and Justice 4,947,927 33.1 8,257,468 54.04
Donald Tusk - Civic Platform 5,429,666 36.3 7,022,319 45.96
Andrzej Lepper - Self-Defense of the Republic of Poland 2,259,094 15.1  
Marek Borowski - Social Democracy of Poland 1,544,642 10.3
Jarosław Kalinowski - Polish People's Party 269,316 1.8
Janusz Korwin-Mikke - Real Politics Union 214,116 1.4
Henryka Bochniarz - Democratic Party 188,598 1.3
Liwiusz Ilasz 31,691 0.2
Stanisław Tymiński - All-Polish Citizens Coalition 23,545 0.2
Leszek Bubel - Polish National Party 18,828 0.1
Jan Pyszko - Organization of the Polish Nation - Polish League 10,371 0.1
Adam Słomka - The Polish Confederation-Freedom and the Work 8,895 0.1
Total 15,046,350 100.00 15,279,787 100.00
Total valid votes 15,046,350 15,279,787
Total invalid votes 155,233 159,897
Total votes cast 15,435,020 15,439,684
Turnout 49.7% 50.99%
Source: National Electoral Commission

October 11: Liberia[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Liberia
e • d Summary of the 11 October 2005 House of Representatives of Liberia election results
Political Party
Candidates
Number of Votes
% of Votes
Number of Seats
% of Seats
Congress for Democratic Change 58 157,753 15.97% 15 23.44%
Liberty Party 62 125,469 12.70% 9 14.06%
Coalition for the Transformation of Liberia 61 137,897 13.97% 8 12.50%
Unity Party 58 123,373 12.49% 8 12.50%
Alliance for Peace and Democracy 24 38,285 3.86% 5 7.81%
National Patriotic Party 50 78,751 7.97% 4 6.25%
New Deal Movement 21 35,721 3.62% 3 4.69%
All Liberia Coalition Party 13 19,471 1.97% 2 3.13%
National Democratic Party of Liberia 28 29,402 2.98% 1 1.56%
National Reformation Party 24 22,542 2.28% 1 1.56%
United Democratic Alliance 9 14,078 1.43% 1 1.56%
Free Democratic Party 12 19,326 1.96% 0 0
Progressive Democratic Party 12 11,997 1.21% 0 0
Freedom Alliance Party of Liberia 16 11,126 1.13% 0 0
Union of Liberian Democrats 9 10,089 1.02% 0 0
Labor Party of Liberia 9 7,811 0.79% 0 0
Liberia Equal Rights Party 3 7,256 0.73% 0 0
Reformed United Liberia Party 8 6,252 0.63% 0 0
Liberian Destiny Party 8 5,493 0.60% 0 0
National Vision Party of Liberia 2 3,443 0.35% 0 0
National Party of Liberia 1 1,532 0.16% 0 0
Independents 25 65,073 6.59% 7 10.94%
Invalid or blank votes - 52,550 5.32% - -
Totals 513 987,911 100% 64 100%
e • d Summary of the 11 October 2005 Senate of Liberia election results
Political Party
Candidates
Number of Votes
% of Votes
Number of Seats
% of Seats
Coalition for the Transformation of Liberia 29 232,636 13.51% 7 23.33%
Unity Party 27 222,705 12.93% 4 13.33%
Congress for Democratic Change 25 252,677 15.97% 3 10.00%
Liberty Party 29 213,234 12.38% 3 10.00%
National Patriotic Party 20 178,259 10.35% 3 10.00%
Alliance for Peace and Democracy 13 119,091 6.92% 3 10.00%
National Democratic Party of Liberia 16 60,668 3.52% 2 6.67%
All Liberia Coalition Party 3 28,385 1.65% 1 3.33%
National Reformation Party 4 12,037 0.70% 1 3.33%
Progressive Democratic Party 5 17,262 1.00% 0 0%
Reformed United Liberia Party 4 13,293 0.77% 0 0%
Freedom Alliance Party of Liberia 5 13,050 0.76% 0 0%
United Democratic Alliance 4 11,265 0.65% 0 0%
Union of Liberian Democrats 1 5,503 0.32% 0 0%
New Deal Movement 3 4,264 0.25% 0 0%
Liberian Destiny Party 3 3,431 0.20% 0 0%
Labor Party of Liberia 1 1,645 0.10% 0 0%
Independents 13 301,729 17.52% 3 10.00%
Invalid or blank votes - 31,206 1.81% - -
Totals 205 1,722,108 100.00% 30 100%
e • d Summary of the 11 October and 8 November 2005 Liberian presidential election results
Candidate Party 1st round 2nd round
Votes % Votes %
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Unity Party 192,326 19.8% 478,526 59.4%
George Weah Congress for Democratic Change 275,265 28.3% 327,046 40.6%
Charles Brumskine Liberty Party 135,093 13.9%  
Winston Tubman National Democratic Party of Liberia 89,623 9.2%
Varney Sherman Coalition for the Transformation of Liberia 76,403 7.8%
Roland Massaquoi National Patriotic Party 40,361 4.1%
Joseph Korto Liberia Equal Rights Party 31,814 3.3%
Alhaji G.V. Kromah All Liberia Coalition Party 27,141 2.8%
Togba-Nah Tipoteh Alliance for Peace and Democracy 22,766 2.3%
William V.S. Tubman, Jr. Reformed United Liberia Party 15,115 1.6%
John Morlu United Democratic Alliance 12,068 1.2%
Nathaniel Barnes Liberian Destiny Party 9,325 1.0%
Margaret Tor-Thompson Freedom Alliance Party of Liberia 8,418 0.9%
Joseph Woah-Tee Labor Party of Liberia 5,948 0.6%
Sekou Conneh Progressive Democratic Party 5,499 0.6%
David Farhat Free Democratic Party 4,497 0.5%
George Klay Kieh New Deal Movement 4,476 0.5%
Armah Jallah National Party of Liberia 3,837 0.4%
Robert Kpoto Union of Liberian Democrats 3,825 0.4%
George Kiadii National Vision Party of Liberia 3,646 0.4%
Samuel Raymond Divine Independent 3,188 0.3%
Alfred Reeves National Reformation Party 3,156 0.3%
Invalid or blank votes 38,883 3.8% 20,144 2.4%
Totals 1,012,673 100% 825,716 100%

October 19: Jersey[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Jersey
e • d Summary of the 19 October and 23 November 2005 States of Jersey election results
Members Seats
Elected Senators 16 October 2002 / Independent 6
Elected Senators 19 October 2005 / Independent 6
Elected Deputies 23 November 2005/ Independent 29
Ex officio members with voting rights (Connétables Independent) 12
Ex officio members without voting rights (Bailiff, Attorney General, Solicitor General and Dean) 4
Total 57

October 23: Argentina[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Argentina
e • d Summary of the 23 October 2005 Argentine National Congress election results
Coalitions and parties Chamber of Deputies of the Nation:
127 out of 257 seats
Senate of the Nation:
24 out of 72 seats
Votes % Deputies Votes % Senators
Front for Victory (Frente para la Victoria) 5,071,094 29.9 50 3,572,361 45.1 14
Radical Civic Union (Unión Cívica Radical) 1,514,653 8.9 10 597,730 7.5 2
Support for an Egalitarian Republic (Alternativa por una República de Iguales) 1,227,726 7.2 8 549,208 6.9 -
Justicialist Party (Partido Justicialista) 1,142,522 6.7 9 58,485 0.7 1
Republican Proposal (Propuesta Republicana - PRO) 1,046,020 6.2 9 492,892 6.2 -
Justicialist Front (Frente Justicialista) 670,309 3.9 7 1,364,880 17.2 3
Progressive, Civic and Social Front (Frente Progresista Cívico y Social) 625,335 3.7 5
Alliance Union of Córdoba (Alianza Unión Córdoba) 530,115 3.1 4
Federalist Unity Party (Partido Unidad Federalista) 372,843 2.2 2
Alliance New Front (Alianza Frente Nuevo) 347,412 2.0 3
Front for Everyone (Frente de Todos) 316,294 1.9 6
Front for the Renewal of Concord (Frente Renovador de la Concordia) 189,327 1.1 2 187,255 2.4 2
Civic Front for Santiago (Frente Cívico por Santiago) 185,733 1.1 3
Neuquén People's Movement (Movimiento Popular Neuquino) 85,700 0.5 2
Front of Jujuy (Frente Jujeño) 78,051 1.0 1
Alliance Front of Production and Labour (Alianza Frente Produccion y Trabajo) 71,984 0.9 1
Others 3,647,997 21.5 7 953,739 12.0 -
Total (turnout 70.9 % resp. 72.3 %) 16,973,080   127 7,926,585 24
Registered voters 26,098,546 12,081,098
Votes cast 18,513,717 8,730,094
Invalid votes 1,540,637 8.3 803,509 9.2
Source: Adam Carr's Website

Be aware that parties operate under various labels and alliances in the provinces.

November[edit]

November 5: Northern Mariana Islands[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Northern Mariana Islands
e • d Summary of the 5 November 2005 Northern Mariana Islands Gubernatorial election results
Candidates and nominating parties Votes %
Benigno R. Fitial - Covenant Party 3,809 28.1
Heinz Hofschneider - Independent 3,710 27.3
Juan Babauta - Republican Party 3,610 26.6
Froilan Tenorio - Democratic Party 2,442 18.0
Total 13,517  
e • d Summary of the 5 November 2005 Northern Marianas Commonwealth Legislature election results
Parties Seats
House Senate
Covenant Party 7 3
Republican Party 7 3
Democratic Party 2 2
Independent 2 1
Total 18 9

November 6: Azerbaijan[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Azerbaijan
See also
e • d Summary of the 6 November 2005 National Assembly of Azerbaijan election results
Parties and alliances Votes % Seats
New Azerbaijan Party (Yeni Azərbaycan Partiyası)   61
Freedom (Azadlıq)   MP 5
AXCP 1
Motherland Party (Ana Vatan)   - 2
Civic Solidarity Party (Vətəndaş Həmrəyliyi Partiyası)   3
Azerbaijan Hope Party (Azərbaycan Ümid Partiyasi)   - 1
Azerbaijan Social Prosperity Party (Azərbaycan Sosial Rifah Partiyası)   - 1
Azerbaijan Justice Party (unknown)   - 1
Azerbaijan Political Party of Democratic Reforms (Azərbaycan Demokratik Islahatlar Siyasi Partiyasi)   - 1
Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party (Bütöv Azərbaycan Xalq Cəbhəsi Partiyasi )   - 1
Great Order Party (Böyük Qurulus Partiyasi)   - 1
Civil Union Party (Vətəndas Birliyi Partiyasi)   - 1
Non-partisans   - 43
Persons who did not indicate their party affiliation   - 3
Total   125

November 7: Egypt[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Egypt
Constitution (history)
Political parties (former)
e • d Summary of the 7 November to 9 December 2005 People's Assembly of Egypt election results
Parties Votes % Seats Gains Losses Net
Gain/Loss
Seats
%
National Democratic Party (Al'Hizb Al Watani Al Democrati)   311 ? -42 ? 68.5
New Wafd Party (Hizb al-Wafd-al-Jadid)   6 ? -1 ? 1.3
Progressive National Unionist Party (Hizb al Tagammo' al Watani al Taqadommi al Wahdwawi)   2 ? -4 -? 0.22
Tomorrow Party (Hizb al-Ghad)   1 0 -1 -1 0.2
Independents (Muslim Brotherhood - al-ikhwān al-muslimūn)   88 71 ? ? 19.4
Independents (other)   24 ? ? ? 5.3
Still in contest   0
Unelected members 10 0 0 0 2.2
Arab Democratic Nasserist Party or Nasserist Party   0 0 -1 -1 0
Liberal Party (Hizb al-Ahrar)   0 0 -1 -1 0
Total (turnout  %)   454

November 13: Burkina Faso[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Burkina Faso
e • d Summary of the 13 November 2005 Burkina Faso presidential election results
Candidates - Nominating parties Votes %
Blaise Compaoré - Congress for Democracy and Progress (Congrès pour la Démocratie et le Progrès) 1,660,148 80.35
Bénéwendé Stanislas Sankara - Union for Rebirth/Sankarist Movement (Union pour la Renaissance/Mouvement Sankariste) 100,816 4.88
Laurent Bado - National Rebirth Party (Parti de la Renaissance Nationale) 53,743 2.60
Philippe Ouédraogo - Party for Democracy and Socialism (Parti pour la Démocratie et le Socialisme) 47,146 2.28
Ram Ouédraogo - Rally of the Ecologists of Burkina 42,061 2.04
Ali Lankoandé - Party for Democracy and Progress/Socialist Party (Parti pour la Démocratie et le Progrès/Parti Socialiste) 35,949 1.74
Norbert Tiendrébéogo - Social Forces Front (Front des Forces Sociales) 33,353 1.61
Soumane Touré - African Independence Party (Parti Africain de l’Indépendance) 23,266 1.13
Gilbert Bouda - Burkinabé Party for Recasting 21,658 1.05
Pargui Emile Paré - Socialist Alliance 17,998 0.87
Hermann Yaméogo - National Union for the Defense of Democracy 15,685 0.76
Toubé Clément Dakio - Union for Democracy and Development 7,741 0.37
Nayabtigungu Congo Kaboré - Movement for Tolerance and Progress 6,706 0.32
Total (Turnout 57.7 %) 2,066,270 100.0
Invalid votes 196,629
Total votes 2,262,899
Registered Voters 3,924,328

November 15: Greenland[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Greenland
See also
Politics of Denmark
e • d Summary of the complete results of Greenland's 15 November 2005 parliamentary election
← 200220052009 →
Party Main candidate Votes  % +/– Seats +/–
Forward (Siumut) Hans Enoksen 8,855 30.66 10 Steady 0
Democrats (Demokraatit) 6,596 22.84 7 Increase 2
Community of the People (Inuit Ataqatigiit) 6,517 22.56 7 Decrease 1
Feeling of Community (Atassut) 5,527 19.13 6 Decrease 1
Association of Candidates (Kattusseqatigiit) 1,170 4.05 1 Steady 0
Others 216 0.75 0
Valid votes 28,885 99.13
Blank and invalid votes 254 0.87
Totals 29,139 100.00 31
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 38,924 74.86
Source: Namminersornerullutik Oqartussat

November 17: Falkland Islands[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Falkland Islands

e • d  Summary of the 17 November 2005 Legislative Council election results

Stanley result
List Candidates Votes % ±%
Nonpartisan Richard Davies 546 15.91
Nonpartisan Mike Summers 477 13.90
Nonpartisan Andrea Clausen 466 13.58
Nonpartisan Richard Cockwell 302 8.80
Nonpartisan Janet Robertson 299 8.71
Nonpartisan John Fowler 276 8.04
Nonpartisan Eric Goss 276 8.04
Nonpartisan Jan Cheek 275 8.02
Nonpartisan Mike Forrest 261 7.61
Nonpartisan John Birmingham 240 6.99
Nonpartisan Philip Middleton 179 5.22
Nonpartisan Kevin Ormond 110 3.21
Turnout 3,431 69
Camp result
List Candidates Votes % ±%
Nonpartisan Ian Hansen 188 30.08
Nonpartisan Michael Rendell 139 22.24
Nonpartisan Richard Stevens 121 19.36
Nonpartisan Roger Edwards 91 14.56
Nonpartisan Philip Miller 86 13.76
Turnout 625  ??

November 17: Sri Lanka[edit]

Coat of arms of Sri Lanka, showing a lion holding a sword in its right forepaw surrounded by a ring made from blue lotus petals which is placed on top of a grain vase sprouting rice grains to encircle it. A Dharmacakra is on the top while a sun and moon are at the bottom on each side of the vase.
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Sri Lanka
e • d Summary of the 2005 Sri Lankan presidential election
Candidate Party / Alliance Votes  %
  Mahinda Rajapaksa United People's Freedom Alliance 4,887,152 50.29%
  Ranil Wickremesinghe United National Party 4,706,366 48.43%
  Siritunga Jayasuriya United Socialist Party 35,425 0.36%
A. A. Suraweera National Development Front 31,238 0.32%
Victor Hettigoda United Lanka People's Party 14,458 0.15%
  Chamil Jayaneththi New Left Front 9,296 0.10%
Aruna de Soyza Ruhuna People's Party 7,685 0.08%
Wimal Geeganage Sri Lanka National Front 6,639 0.07%
Anura de Silva United Lalith Front 6,357 0.07%
  Ajith Arachchige Democratic Unity Alliance 5,082 0.05%
  Wije Dias Socialist Equality Party 3,500 0.04%
  Nelson Perera Sri Lanka Progressive Front 2,525 0.03%
Hewaheenipellage Dharmadwaja United National Alternative Front 1,316 0.01%
Valid Votes 9,717,039 100.00%
Rejected Votes 109,739
Total Polled 9,826,778
Registered Electors 13,327,160
Turnout 73.73%
Source: Department of Elections, Sri Lanka

November 23: Jersey[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Jersey
e • d Summary of the 19 October and 23 November 2005 States of Jersey election results
Members Seats
Elected Senators 16 October 2002 / Independent 6
Elected Senators 19 October 2005 / Independent 6
Elected Deputies 23 November 2005/ Independent 29
Ex officio members with voting rights (Connétables Independent) 12
Ex officio members without voting rights (Bailiff, Attorney General, Solicitor General and Dean) 4
Total 57

November 26: Zimbabwe[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Zimbabwe
See also
e • d Summary of the 26 November 2005 Senate of Zimbabwe election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front 449,860 73.71 43
Movement for Democratic Change 123,628 20.26 7
Zimbabwe African National Union - Ndonga 11,023 1.81 0
Independents 9,689 1.59 0
Zimbabwe Youth in Alliance 6,919 1.13 0
Peace Action is Freedom for All 5,278 0.86 0
African National Party 3,585 0.59 0
Zimbabwe African People's Union - Federal Party 213 0.03 0
Multi-Racial Open Party - Christian Democrats 100 0.02 0
Ex-officio members (Chiefs) 10
Presidential appointees 6
Total (turnout 19.5%) 610,295 100.00 66
Registered voters 3,239,574
Total votes cast 631,347
Invalid votes 21,052
Source: African Elections Database

November 27: Honduras[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Honduras
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 27 November 2005 Honduras presidential election results
Candidates and nominating parties Votes %
José Manuel Zelaya Rosales - Liberal Party of Honduras (Partido Liberal de Honduras ) 999,006 45.6%
Porfirio Lobo Sosa - National Party of Honduras (Partido Nacional de Honduras) 923,243 42.2%
Juan Ángel Almendares Bonilla - Democratic Unification Party (Unificación Democrática) 29,754 1.4%
Juan Ramón Martínez - Christian Democratic Party of Honduras (Partido Demócrata Cristiano de Honduras) 27,812 1.3%
Carlos Sosa Coello - Innovation and Unity Party (Partido Innovación y Unidad) 20,093 0.9%
Valid Votes Total 2,000,908 91.5%
Null 133,351 6.1%
Blank 55,139 2.5%
Total 2,190,398 100.0%
Registered voters 3,976,550 55.1%
Source: TSE Honduras government election website
e • d Summary of the 27 November 2005 National Congress of Honduras election results
Parties Seats
Liberal Party of Honduras (Partido Liberal de Honduras) 62
National Party of Honduras (Partido Nacional de Honduras) 55
Democratic Unification Party (Partido de Unificación Democrática) 5
Christian Democratic Party of Honduras (Partido Demócrata Cristiano de Honduras) 4
Innovation and Unity Party (Partido Innovación y Unidad) 2
Total votes: 1,833,710 (turnout 45.97 %) 128
Registered voters: 3,988,605
Source regarding number of votes IPU Parline

November 27: Gabon[edit]

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Gabon
e • d Summary of the 27 November 2005 Gabonese presidential election results
Candidates - Nominating parties %
Omar Bongo Ondimba - Gabonese Democratic Party (Parti Démocratique Gabonais) 79.18
Pierre Mamboundou - Union of the Gabonese People (Union du Peuple Gabonais) 13.61
Zacharie Myboto - Independent 6.58
Augustin Moussavou King - Gabonese Socialist Party (Parti Socialiste Gabonais) 0.33
Christian Maronga - Rally of Democrats (Rassemblement des Démocrates) 0.30
Source: African Elections Database

December[edit]

December 4: Kazakhstan[edit]

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Kazakhstan
e • d Summary of the 4 December 2005 Kazakhstan presidential election results
Candidates and nominating parties Votes %
Nursultan Nazarbayev - Fatherland (Otan) 6,147,517 91.15
Zharmakhan Tuyakbay - Coalition for a Just Kazakhstan (Ediletti Kazakhstan Yuzhin) 445,934 6.61
Alikhan Baimenov - Democratic Party of Kazakhstan Bright Path (Qazaqstan Demokratiyalyk Partiyasi Ak Zhol) 108,730 1.61
Yerassyl Abylkassymov - Communist People's Party of Kazakhstan (Qazaqstan Kommunistik Khalkik Partiyasi) 23,252 0.34
Mels Eleusizov - Tabighat 18,834 0.28
Total (turnout 76.8%) 6,744,267
Source: Embassy of Kazakhstan in the United Kingdom

December 7: Venezuela[edit]

Venezuelan parliamentary election, 2005

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e • d National Assembly of Venezuela election results
Parties Votes for List % Seats (From list and nominal)
Fifth Republic Movement (Movimiento V [Quinta] República) 2,041,293 60.0 116
For Social Democracy (Por la Democracia Social) 277,482 8.2 18
Fatherland for All (Patria para Todos) 197,459 6.8 10
Communist Party of Venezuela (Partido Comunista de Venezuela) 94,606 2.7 7
LAGO 61,789 1.8 2
Venezuelan Popular Unity (Unidad Popular Venezolana) 46,232 1.4 1
Tupamaro 42,893 1.2 0
People's Electoral Movement (Movimiento Electoral del Pueblo) 38,690 1.1 1
Independents for the National Community (Independientes por la Comunidad Nacional) 30,041 0.8 0
Everybody Wins Independent Movement (Movimiento Independiente Ganamos Todos) 25,710 0.8 1
MOBARE 200-4F (Mobare 200-4F) 22,995 0.7 0
Militant Civic Movement (Movimiento Cívico Militantes) 21,012 0.6 0
MIGENTE 20,482 0.6 2
Radical Cause (La Causa Radical) 18,960 0.6 0
Republican Movement (Movimiento Republicano) 18,601 0.5 0
Union for Human Rights (Union por Derechos Humanos) 18,208 0.5 0
Only One People (Un Solo Pueblo) 15,981 0.5 0
Justice First (Primero Justicia) 15,939 0.5 0
MSN 14,139 0.5 0
Emergent People (Gente Emergente) 12,924 0.4 0
Socialist League (Liga Socialista) 11,930 0.4 0
Free True Party (Partido Verdad Libre) 11,342 0.3 0
ASIS 10,515 0.3 0
United Movement of Indigenous Peoples (Movimiento Unido de Pueblos Indígenas) 10,493 0.3 1
UP 10,515 0.3 0
Movement for Socialism (Movimiento al Socialismo) 9,118 0.3 0
Independent Organized Front for Portuguesa (Frente Independiente Organizado por Portuguesa) 9,042 0.2 1
Labor Power (Poder Laboral) 8,272 0.2 0
Democratic Action (Acción Democrática) 8,000 0.2 0
Active Democracy National Organization (Organización Nacional Democrática Activa) 7,868 0.2 0
Agrofishery Action 7,843 0.2 0
Popular Force (Fuerza Popular) 6,885 0.2 0
Copei (Copei - Partido Social Cristiano de Venezuela) 6,730 0.2 0
MIPN 6,213 0.2 0
MIPZ 6,058 0.2 0
MIRAG 5,808 0.2 0
Project Venezuela (Proyecto Venezuela) 5,645 0.2 0
RZ2021 5,158 0.2 0
Patriotic Unity of Carabobo (Unidad Patriótica de Carabobo) 4,899 0.2 0
Break Through (Abre Brecha) 4,599 0.2 1
Total 3,398,567


(at 100 %)

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Registered Voters 14,272,964 -
Votes Cast (% of registered voters) 3,604,741 25,26
Valid Votes (% of votes cast) 3,398,567 94.28
Invalid Votes (% of votes cast) 206,174 5.72
Abstention (% of registered voters) 10,668,223 74.74
Source regarding number of votes CNE site and seats from National Assembly's one.

December 11: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[edit]

Saint Vincent and
the Grenadines