Athens A

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Athens A
Electoral constituency
for the Hellenic Parliament
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Athens A within Attica
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Attica within Greece
Regional unitCentral Athens
Administrative regionAttica
Electorate477.440 (January 2014)
Current Electoral constituency
Created1958
Number of members14 Members of Parliament
Created fromAthens

Athens A (Greek: Α΄ Αθηνών) is a parliamentary constituency[1] in Attica represented in the Hellenic Parliament. In its present form it dates to 1958, when the Athens B constituency was split off, leaving Athens A with the Municipality of Athens. It elects fourteen Members of Parliament (MPs) by reinforced proportional representation.

Its most high-profile MP is the Prime Minister of Greece since 2015, Alexis Tsipras of Syriza.

Election results[edit]

Legislative election[edit]

Athens A constituency results
Election 1st party 2nd party 3rd party 4th party 5th party source
1990 New Democracy
51.33%
PASOK
31.54%
SYN
12.95%
OIKOL
1.60%
DIANA
1.06%
1993 New Democracy
42.75%
PASOK
38.06%
POLAN
6.44%
SYN
6.41%
KKE
4.96%
1996 New Democracy
38.83%
PASOK
35.34%
SYN
9.13%
KKE
6.08%
DIKKI
4.44%
[2]
2000 New Democracy
42.36%
PASOK
39.76%
KKE
6.54%
SYN
5.65%
DIKKI
2.70%
[3]
2004 New Democracy
44.56%
PASOK
36.43%
KKE
6.86%
SYRIZA
5.74%
LAOS
2.86%
[4]
2007 New Democracy
40.16%
PASOK
29.96%
KKE
10.52%
SYRIZA
9.27%
LAOS
5.39%
[5]
2009 PASOK
35.52%
New Democracy
31.75%
KKE
9.55%
SYRIZA
7.98%
LAOS
7.59%
[6]
May 2012 SYRIZA
19.12%
New Democracy
15.79%
PASOK
9.71%
ANEL
8.98%
XA
8.77%
[7]
June 2012 New Democracy
30.92%
SYRIZA
26.96%
PASOK
8.72%
XA
7.81%
DEMAR
7.37%
[8]
January 2015 SYRIZA
33.61%
New Democracy
30.07%
The River
7.23%
XA
7.05%
KKE
6.04%
[9]
September 2015 SYRIZA
31.55%
New Democracy
31.12%
XA
6.91%
KKE
5.83%
The River
5.73%
[10]
2019 New Democracy

Members of Parliament[edit]

Current members[edit]

The following fourteen MPs have been elected in the Greek legislative election, September 2015:

Name[11] Parliamentary Group
Alexandros Flampouraris SYRIZA
Nikos Voutsis SYRIZA
Nikos Filis SYRIZA
Christophoros Vernardakis [12] SYRIZA
Olga Kefalogianni ND
Vassilis Kikilias ND
Dora Bakoyannis ND
Nikitas Kaklamanis ND
Nikolaos Michaloliakos Golden Dawn
Konstantinos Skandalidis Democratic Alignment
Liana Kanelli Communist Party of Greece
Spyros Lykoudis The River
Elena Kountoura Independent Greeks
Marios Georgiadis Union of Centrists

Members of Parliament (January 2015- August 2015)[edit]

In the Greek legislative election, January 2015, Athens A elected 14 members of parliament:

Members of Parliament (June 2012-2015)[edit]

In 2012 Election Athens A elected 17 members of parliament:

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "MPs Per Constituency (electoral map)". Hellenic Parliament. Retrieved 12 November 2012.
  2. ^ "Results 1996". Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  3. ^ "Results 2000". Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  4. ^ "Results 2004". Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  5. ^ "Results 2007". Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  6. ^ "Results 2009". Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  7. ^ "Results 2012 May". Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  8. ^ "Results 2012 June". Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  9. ^ "Results 2015". Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  10. ^ "Election 2015 September". Ministry of Interior. Retrieved 26 September 2015.
  11. ^ Sorting by Name and then by Parliamentary Group will provide an alphabetical ordering of MPs inside each Parliamentary Group/Party.
  12. ^ Since 19 November 2015 when Gabriel Sakellaridis resigned; Sakellaridis had been elected second after Flampouraris.

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