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The election moderators were ?, ?, and ?. Votes were counted and distributed using the alternative voting system. In this system, concerning the Minister of Law, the candidate with the least number of primary votes was eliminated, and their votes were distributed to their voters' second preferences. The same process is used for Round 2, where the second candidate eliminated is awarded Second Justice. In Round 3, with only two candidates left, the candidate with the most votes is awarded Chief Justice, and the runner-up is awarded First Justice.
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The election moderators were ?, ?, and ?. Votes were counted and distributed using the alternative voting system. In this system, the candidate with the lowest number of primary votes is eliminated, their votes are redistributed according to the voters' preferences, and the process is repeated until there is a winner. In the Minister of Law election, the candidate that is eliminated second-last is awarded Second Justice, the runner-up is awarded First Justice, and the winner is awarded Chief Justice.
  
 
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==Results==

Revision as of 16:22, 4 December 2016

The Leftist Assembly election, December 2016
The Leftist Assembly.png
Secretary
Prime Minister
Minister of Archives
Minister of Immigration and Customs
Minister of Law
Election Chronology
Previous September 2016
Next March 2017

The Leftist Assembly election, December 2016 was the third election in The Leftist Assembly and voting was held in the last week of December 2016. The General Assembly, the unicameral legislature of The Leftist Assembly, consists of 9 members, 7 elected and 2 appointed by the Secretary of the Assembly. The election used the alternative voting system. Positions with only one candidate held a confidence vote.

The ministers elected to the General Assembly were ? as Secretary of the Assembly, ? as Prime Minister, ? as Minister of Archives, ? as Minister of Immigration and Customs, ? as Chief Justice, ? as First Justice, and ? as Second Justice. The ministers appointed by the Secretary to the General Assembly were ? as Minister of Defence, and ? as Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Methodology

Voting

To be eligible to vote, a nation must be part of the World Assembly and reside in The Leftist Assembly. The voter numbers each of the candidates in order of their preference on a Google Forms document.

Counting

The election moderators were ?, ?, and ?. Votes were counted and distributed using the alternative voting system. In this system, the candidate with the lowest number of primary votes is eliminated, their votes are redistributed according to the voters' preferences, and the process is repeated until there is a winner. In the Minister of Law election, the candidate that is eliminated second-last is awarded Second Justice, the runner-up is awarded First Justice, and the winner is awarded Chief Justice.

Results

Secretary

? was elected as Secretary. The results of the confidence vote were as follows:

Yes
  
50%
No
  
50%

Prime Minister

? was elected as Prime Minister. The results of the confidence vote were as follows:

Yes
  
50%
No
  
50%

Minister of Archives

? was elected as Minister of Archives. The candidates for this position were ? and ?. The debate for this position was held from ? December to ? December, and featured topics including ? and ?. ? received the formal endorsement of ?. The results of the vote were as follows:

Candidate A
  
50%
Candidate B
  
50%

Minister of Immigration and Customs

? was elected as Minister of Immigration and Customs. The candidates for this position were ? and ?. The debate for this position was held from ? December to ? December, and featured topics including ? and ?. ? received the formal endorsement of ?. The results of the vote were as follows:

Candidate A
  
50%
Candidate B
  
50%

Minister of Law

? was elected as Chief Justice, ? as First Justice, and ? as Second Justice. This position is tier-based, with the candidate finishing first being elected as Chief Justice, second place as First Justice, and third place as Second Justice. The candidates for this position were ?, ?, ?, and ?. The debate for this position was held from 24 October to 26 October, featuring topics on the role of the military, Prime Minister position reform, and right-wing nation restrictions. ? gained the formal endorsements of ? and ?. The results were as follows using the alternative voting system (tiebreaker is total of all secondary votes):

Candidates Votes
Round 1 Round 2 Round 3
 ? 5 5 7
 ? 3 4 4
 ? 2 2
 ? 1