Andorran electoral system referendum, 1982

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A referendum on the electoral system was held in Andorra on 28 May 1982.[1][2]


In December 1980, the Co-Princes agreed on reforms, including the establishment of an Executive Council and the holding of a referendum on the voting system. Voters were offered the options of a majority system, a proportional system (in which the parishes would serve as constituencies), or a mixed system, with candidates elected using the majority system at the national level and the proportional system in the parishes.[1]


Choice Votes %
Majority system 31.98
Proportional system 23.36
Mixed system 42.21
Invalid/blank votes
Total 100
Registered voters/turnout 51.91
Source: Direct Democracy