6th North Ahjeezistan General Election
The sixth general election was held on 16 October 2006. The Prime Minister was Lord Morrissey. Between Election Day and the most previous general election, the Social Democrats had lost three seats, two to the Liberals and one to the Conservatives, in by-elections.
|Sixth North Ahjeezistan General Election, 16 October 2006|
|Party||Leader||Seats||Gains||Losses||Net Gain/Loss||Seats %||Votes %||Votes||+/-|
|Social Democratic||Lord Morrissey||91||0||54||- 54||41.7%||38%||185,519,472||- 38.2%|
|Liberal||Lord McAlpin||79||43||0||+ 43||36.2%||36%||175,755,290||+ 119.4%|
|Conservative||Lord McAlpin||31||19||0||+ 19||14.2%||14%||68,349,279||+ 181.8%|
|Green||Lord Morrissey||14||0||10||- 10||6.4%||7%||47,844,495||- 41.6%|
|Liberal Democratic||The Hon. Virginia Halley||3||2||0||+ 2||1.4%||5%||24,410,457||+ 200%|
There were 488,209,139 valid votes cast.
The Liberal-Conservative alliance won 110 seats; the Social Democratic-Green alliance won 105. The Liberal Democrats won three. Lord McAlpin succeeded Lord Morrissey as Prime Minister.
Popular disgust with Lord Morrissey's Civil Code of Divorce resulted in the first defeat for the Social Democrats. The Greens fared worst, falling from a hair behind the Main Opposition to fourth place. A testament to their enduring strength, the Social Democrats remained the largest party in Parliament.
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