Hungarian presidential election, 2005

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Hungarian presidential election, 2005
Hungary
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7 June 2005 → 2010

  László Sólyom.jpg Szili Katalin 2009-12-14.JPG
Nominee László Sólyom Katalin Szili
Party Independent MSZP
Electoral vote 185 182

President before election

Ferenc Mádl
Independent

Elected President

László Sólyom
Independent

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An indirect presidential election was held in Hungary on 6-7 June 2005.[1] The main opposition party Fidesz's nominee, the former President of the Constitutional Court László Sólyom was elected President of Hungary.

First and second rounds[edit]

Hungarian Presidential elections, 2005
(First round)[2]
Candidate Nominating Party Votes  %
Katalin Szili Hungarian Socialist Party 183 47.5
László Sólyom Independent 13 0.3
Did not vote 186 48.3
Invalid votes 3 0.07
Total votes 199 51.6
Total seats 385 100.00


Hungarian Presidential elections, 2005
(Second round)[3]
Candidate Nominating Party Votes  %
László Sólyom Independent 185 48
Katalin Szili Hungarian Socialist Party 178 46.2
Did not vote 20 5.1
Invalid votes 2 0.05
Total votes 365 94.8
Total seats 385 100.00


Results[edit]

Hungarian Presidential elections, 2005
(Third round)[4]
Candidate Nominating Party Votes  %
László Sólyom Independent 185 47.9
Katalin Szili Hungarian Socialist Party 182 47.1
Did not vote 17 4.4
Invalid votes 1 0.2
Total votes 368 95.5
Total seats 385 100.00


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Szili - Sólyom 183 : 13". Index.hu. 2005-06-06. Retrieved 2011-09-24. 
  2. ^ Parlament.hu. "First round". Parlament.hu. Retrieved 2011-09-24. 
  3. ^ Parlament.hu. "Second round". Parlament.hu. Retrieved 2011-09-24. 
  4. ^ Pestiside.hu (2005-06-07). "Sólyom elected President of Hungary". Pestiside.hu. Retrieved 2011-09-24.