Next Estonian parliamentary election

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Next Estonian parliamentary election

← 2019 by 5 March 2023

All 101 seats in the Riigikogu
51 seats needed for a majority
  Kaja Kallas (cropped).jpg Jüri Ratas 2017-05-25 (cropped).jpg RK Martin Helme.jpg
Leader Kaja Kallas Jüri Ratas Martin Helme
Party Reform Centre EKRE
Leader's seat Harju and Rapla Harju and Rapla Mustamäe and Nõmme
Last election 34 seats, 28.8% 26 seats, 23.1% 19 seats, 17.8%

  RK Helir-Valdor Seeder (cropped).jpg Indrek Saar 2017-05-25 (cropped).jpg
Leader Helir-Valdor Seeder Indrek Saar
Party Isamaa Social Democratic
Leader's seat Järva and Viljandi Lääne-Viru
Last election 12 seats, 11.4% 10 seats, 9.8%

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Electoral districts

Incumbent Prime Minister

Kaja Kallas
Reform



The next parliamentary elections will be held in Estonia by 5 March 2023 to elect all 101 members of the Riigikogu.

Electoral system[edit]

The 101 members of the Riigikogu are elected by proportional representation in twelve multi-member constituencies. Seats are allocated using a modified D'Hondt method. Parties have to pass a nationwide threshold of 5%, but if the number of votes cast for an individual candidate exceeds or equals the simple quota (obtained by dividing the number of valid votes cast in the electoral district by the number of mandates in the district), they are elected.[1]

Seats by electoral district[edit]

Electoral District Seats[2]
1 Haabersti, Põhja-Tallinn and Kristiine districts in Tallinn 10
2 Kesklinn, Lasnamäe and Pirita districts in Tallinn 13
3 Mustamäe and Nõmme districts in Tallinn 8
4 Harju (excluding Tallinn) and Rapla counties 15
5 Hiiu, Lääne and Saare counties 6
6 Lääne-Viru county 5
7 Ida-Viru county 7
8 Järva and Viljandi counties 7
9 Jõgeva and Tartu counties (excluding Tartu) 7
10 City of Tartu 8
11 Võru, Valga and Põlva counties 8
12 Pärnu county 7

Opinion polls[edit]

Local regression of polls conducted.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Riigikogu Election Act". Riigi Teataja. 20 January 2015. Retrieved 1 April 2015.
  2. ^ "Mandaatide jaotamine 2019. a Riigikogu valimisteks". Estonian National Electoral Committee. Archived from the original on 24 March 2019. Retrieved 9 January 2019.

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