11th North Ahjeezistan General Election
The eleventh general election was held on 30 October 2006. The Prime Minister was Lord Hartley. Between Election Day and the most previous general election, the Social Democrats had lost two seats to the Liberal Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats had lost one seat to the Liberal Conservatives.
|Eleventh North Ahjeezistan General Election, 30 October 2006|
|Party||Leader||Seats||Gains||Losses||Net Gain/Loss||Seats %||Votes %||Votes||+/-|
|Social Democratic||Lord Hartley||90||0||23||- 23||41.3%||39%||233,040,611||- 21.7%|
|Liberal Conservative||Lord Hartpoole||74||12||0||+ 12||33.9%||32%||191,212,809||+ 25.4%|
|Green||Lord Hartley||32||7||0||+ 7||14.7%||11%||65,729,403||+ 28%|
|Liberal Democratic||Lord Rintiàr||22||4||0||+ 4||10.1%||13%||77,680,203||+ 15.8%|
There were 597,540,029 valid votes cast.
The Social Democratic-Green alliance won 122 seats; the Liberal Conservatives won 74. The Liberal Democrats, who voted for a Liberal Conservative Prime Minister, won 22.
For the first time, the Liberal Democrats bested the Greens. The Social Democrats failed to win a majority of the seats in Parliament for the first time since Lord Morrissey's defeat. The election foreshadowed the by-elections, which saw massive losses for the left and the eventual loss of their majority without a general election.
10th general election
|North Ahjeezistan General Elections
30 Ocotber, 2006
12th general election