2015 Andorran parliamentary election

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2015 Andorran parliamentary election

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All 28 seats in the General Council
  First party Second party
 
Leader Antoni Martí Josep Pintat Forné
Party DA PLA
Seats before 20 2[a]
Seats won 15 8
Seat change Decrease 5 Increase 6[a]
Popular vote 5,448 4,073

  Third party Fourth party
 
Leader Pere López Agras Víctor Naudi Zamora
Party PS SDP
Seats before 6
Seats won 3 2
Seat change Decrease 3 New
Popular vote 3,462 1,728

Andorra generals 2015.svg

Prime Minister before election

Antoni Martí
DA

Elected Prime Minister

Antoni Martí
DA

Parliamentary elections were held in Andorra on 1 March 2015.[1] Despite losing five seats, the Democrats for Andorra retained their majority in the General Council, winning 15 of the 28 seats.

Electoral system[edit]

The 28 members of the General Council were elected by two methods; 14 members were elected in two-member constituencies based on the seven parishes, whilst the remaining 14 were elected in a single nationwide constituency by proportional representation, with seats allocated using the largest remainder method.[2]

Opinion polls[edit]

Pollster Date DA PS Vd'A ApC SPD LDA Others Lead
Election results 1 March 2015 39.4 23.6 9.5 27.5 11.8
CRES 26 January 2015 47.5 24.4 10.6 17.5 23.1
CRES[dead link] 30 April 2014 53.2 29.4 7.9 9.5 23.8
2011 elections 3 April 2011 55.1 34.8 3.4 6.7 20.3

Results[edit]

Andorran General Council election, 2015.svg
Party Constituency PR Total
seats
+/–
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Democrats for Andorra[a] 5,662 39.36 10 5,448 37.03 5 15 –5
Liberal Party of Andorra[b] 3,962 27.54 4 4,073 27.68 4 8 New
PS+VERDS+IC+I 3,393 23.59 0 3,462 23.53 3 3 –3
Social Democracy and Progress 1,367 9.50 0 1,728 11.74 2 2 New
Invalid/blank votes 1,689 1,373
Total 16,073 100 14 16,084 100 14 28 0
Registered voters/turnout 24,512 65.57 24,512 65.61
Source: Elections Andorra

a The Democrats for Andorra ran in alliance with United for Progress in Encamp, Communal Action of Ordino in Ordino, Massana Movement in La Massana, and the Coalition of Independents in Andorra la Vella.

b The Liberal Party ran in alliance with independent candidates in Encamp, Ordino and La Massana, and the Lauredian Union in Sant Julià de Lòria.

By parish[edit]

Parish Constituency PR
DA LDA PS SDP DA LDA PS SDP
Canillo 80.7 19.3 56.6 22.1 12.9 8.5
Encamp 37.5 24.0 30.4 8.1 40.5 22.9 26.9 9.7
Ordino 37.8 36.3 19.4 6.6 36.5 31.1 23.2 9.3
La Massana 33.1 44.7 22.2 35.7 36.5 20.0 7.8
Andorra la Vella 36.8 20.7 25.7 16.7 34.5 27.6 22.1 15.9
Sant Julià de Lòria 29.8 47.5 14.9 7.9 24.3 48.2 19.1 8.4
Escaldes-Engordany 49.0 13.9 26.2 10.9 45.2 16.8 23.8 14.2
Total 39.4 27.5 23.6 9.5 37.0 27.7 23.5 11.7

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Compared to the Lauredian Union seat results in the 2011 election.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Martí confirma les eleccions per a l'1 de març". Diari d'Andorra. 14 January 2015. Archived from the original on 26 February 2015.
  2. ^ Electoral system IPU