3rd North Ahjeezistan General Election
The second general election was held on 7 October 2006. The Prime Minister was Lord Shackleford.
|Third North Ahjeezistan General Election, 7 October 2006|
|Party||Leader||Seats||Gains||Losses||Net Gain/Loss||Seats %||Votes %||Votes||+/-|
|Social Democratic||Lord Shackleford||118||2||0||+ 2||54.1%||48%||266,564,812||+ 1.7%|
|Liberal||Lord Rarton||45||0||7||- 7||20.6%||21%||99,122,105||- 13.5%|
|Conservative||Lord Rarton||33||0||1||- 1||15.1%||16%||75,521,604||- 2.9%|
|Green||Lord Shackleford||20||5||0||+ 5||9.1%||11%||51,921,102||+ 33.3%|
|Liberal Democratic||The Hon. Virginia Halley||2||1||0||+ 1||.9%||3%||14,160,300||+ 100%|
There were 472,010,026 valid votes cast.
The Social Democratic-Green alliance won 138 seats; the Liberal-Conservative alliance won 78. The Liberal Democrats won 2 seats.
The great success of the third general election was the left-wing Green Party. They added 33% of their seat share and almost a quarter of their vote share. They drove the Social Democrats to the left and increased their representation in the Lord Shackleford's Cabinet; Labour Minister the Hon. Charles Yungtiàr, a Social Democrat, was replaced by Green Lord Healey.
2nd general election
|North Ahjeezistan General Elections
7 Ocotber, 2006
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