Spotlight on:

National Flag

The Federative Republic of Amrelia

“Concordia, Natione, Libertatis”

Category: New York Times Democracy
Civil Rights:
Very Good
Economy:
Good
Political Freedoms:
Excellent

Regional Influence: Vassal

Location: Anteria

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2020 Amrelian federal election

2020 Amrelian federal election



December 18, 2020


All 43 seats in the Senate (22 needed for a majority)
All 339 seats in the Chamber of Deputies (170 needed for a majority)

Turnout: 78.1%


Chamber of Deputies

Party

Leader

%

Seats

+/-

--- Federalists

Amos Ward

%

132

-18

--- Liberals

Finlay Martin

%

80

+20

--- Republicans

Josephine Roberts

%

42

-18

--- National Front

Harris Ashwell

%

39

+19

--- Greens

Edward Bennett

%

20

+10

--- Amrelian People's

Sylvia Engel

%

18

-13

--- Social Democrats

Roland Alvey

%

8

0

Senate

Party

Leader

%

Seats

+/-

--- Federalists

12

0

--- National Front

8

+3

--- Liberals

7

-1

--- Republicans

7

-1

--- Greens

5

+2

--- Amrelian People's

2

-3

--- Social Democrats

2

0


Federal elections were held in the Amrelian Federative Republic on December 18, 2020 to elect all members of the Federal Assembly. Both houses will convene as the United Federal Assembly on December 21 to elect the next Federal Directory.

The far-right National Front made substantial gains, winning the state of East Elizabeth and receiving the largest number of Deputies in the history of the party. The Liberals lost one seat in the Senate but gained 20 in the Chamber of Deputies. Edward Bennett and the Greens performed well, taking 5 seats in the Senate and 20 in the Chamber. Most notably, the Amrelian People’s Party continued to lose seats in both houses, as well as the Republicans and Federalists, though the Federalists remained the largest party.

In terms of the composition of the Federal Directory, the Federalists are likely to receive two seats with the other two seats up for grabs between the Republicans, Liberals and National Front.

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