1709 Vegno Elections

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1709 AN Vegno Elections
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All 150 seats to the Assemblea Nazionale
76 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Forza Vegno party.png Ppv.png PNV.png
Leader Luca Zarrella Shalva Mancuso Michelangelo Lèvati
Party FV PPV PNV
Last election 23 15 30
Seats won 36 37 30
Seat change 13 22 0
Popular vote 569.580 536.946 464.395
Percentage 25,22% 23,77% 20,56%

Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  PDC.png Partito Comunista.png Green party.png
Leader Antonio Visciglia Tito Bettella Peppe Freeda
Party PDC PC I Verdi
Last election 21 - 11
Seats won 21 18 7
Seat change 0 18 4
Popular vote 310.642 216.222 131.917
Percentage 13,75% 9,57% 5,84%

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Turnout: 2.258.625 (89% of entitled)

The 1709 AN Vegno Elections will be the second ever general elections of the Republic of Vegno and will see the election of the President of the Republic of Vegno and the composition of the Parliament, the Assemblea Nazionale.

As clarified by the Constitution, the two most voted candidates for the presidency of the Republic will have access to the ballot; 122 members of parliament will instead be established with a proportional system, while the remaining 28 will be assigned, 2 for each region of Vegno, to the two most voted parties in each single region.

Context

1709 AN Vegno Elections will take place in the first part of the year and will elect the second-ever Vegno President of the Republic and the second-ever Government. The outgoing President is Antonio Visciglia, which is the secretary of Partito Democratico Costituzionale and has already planned to re-candidate himself for a second mandate.

This will also be the first election after the 1707 Vegno Annexation Referendum, seeing so the participation of the regions of Ponente, Badia and Pelago, and a number clearly superior of population.

Main parties and candidates

Zarrella, FV leader, doing interviews about his party's political program ahed of 1709 Elections in Mhazar, Vegno.

Forza Vegno

The Forza Vegno party, after the great success of the previous elections of 1706, in which it was the second most voted party in the country and after having maintained the government during the first term together with the PDC, is also one of the favorites. for subsequent elections.

The secretary, Luca Zarrella, one of the 7 founders of Vegno, and outgoing prime minister of the Zarrella I Cabinet, with the President of the Republic Visciglia.

The Forza Vegno program is based, as in the previous elections, on a moderate line, with particular attention to the middle class, development and self-sufficiency of the country. The solidity that the first government offered in terms of political support and national unity hopes they can play a fundamental role in the upcoming elections, despite a climate of slight dissent brought about by the birth of the new Communist and Independenceist parties.

The main proposal of the party was a tax reform based on the introduction of a flat tax; for Zarrella, it was initially based on the lowest current rate (23%) with the threshold raised to 12,000 Rin, then proceeding to a gradual reduction of the rate. The estimated cost of this measure was at around 25 billion Rin per year calculated with a 20% rate. Zarrella also proposed the cancellation of taxes on productivity, plus increase of minimum pensions to 1,000 Rin, the introduction of a "dignity income" to fight poverty, the end of contribution on youth recruitment. Within FV, there were some representatives of the Animalist Movement led by Nicoletta Carne, whose main focus was the banning of fur clothing and stricter controls in circuses, free veterinary care, and the establishment of an ombudsman for animal rights.

Partito Democratico Costituzionale

The PDC is the real outgoing winning party of the last elections, having triumphed in the presidential ones and having led the government thanks to the alliance with FV for all these 3 years and are aiming for a reconfirmation in these elections, also obtaining something more than 20% obtained in the last heat.

Their ideology hasn't changed and emphasizes mutual collaboration through liberal institutions, endorses a market economy and aims to insure a "positive liberty", seeking to enhance the "positive freedoms" of the poor and disadvantaged in society by means of government regulation. It supports a mixed economy of mainly private enterprise with some state provided or guaranteed public services (ex: obligatory universal health insurance, with the state paying a basic health insurance to the most poor of the society) and strongly defends human rights and civil liberties and it's opposed to isolationism and pushes for a foreign policy that can quickly place the nation in a diplomatically dominant role on the continent.

Partito Nazionalista Vegnese

The PNV returns again to the Vegnese elections with its radical and almost extremist program, wanting to react to the defeat of the last elections, where it had obtained a sensational triumph with 30% in the parliamentarians, then being defeated at the last in the presidential elections and thus resulting the great loser of the last elections.

In the end they agreed to participate in the national unity government, with only two ministries to have a say: some voters agreed with this choice while others did not like to come to terms with the opposing political formations.

Tito Bettella, the leader of Communist Party, during an election rally in Murgione, Vegno, before the 1709 Elections.

Partito Comunista

Its cultural references are first and foremost inspired by the thought of Karl Marx, in order to achieve the complete realization of a modern socialist society in the context of a left in opposition to neoliberalism, an ally of authentically progressive forces, an exaltor of the anti-fascist resistance and respectful of the Constitution. The rejection of any form of discrimination is accompanied by a vision contrary to authoritarian, bureaucratic and degeneration of socialism.

The party undertakes to promote social justice and personal development, an adequate role of local autonomies and the sovereignty of the country, aware of the need for a coherent solidarity vocation in the Mediterranean region.

Other programmatic points concern on pensions and the fight against precariousness , the no to the flat tax proposed by Forza Vegno, the taxation of financial transactions, the abolition of the obligation to balance the budget, cancellation of health costs, significant cuts in military spending, which excludes the possibility of resorting to war as a means of resolving international disputes, the opposition to the use of nuclear energy, the introduction of the ius soli, the punctual application of the penalties provided for the offense of condoning the fascism, the abolition of life imprisonment, the recognition of same-sex marriages as a king of the universality of citizenship rights, the legalization of soft drugs.

Partito Popolare Vegnese

The Partito Popolare Vegnese (Popular Vegnese Party), whom secretary and candidate for the Presidency of the Republic is Salvatore "Shalva Mancuso", has planned to re-candidate himself after a bad outcome in the last election.

The "PPV" gathers forces generally classifiable as moderate, Haldian-democratic and conservative in the sign of the liberal-conservative tradition.The PPV Secretary formulated an electoral manifesto ahead of the 1709 Vegno Elections, like he did on the previous one: The "Strong for the People" Manifesto states: Creating new jobs by continuing to invest in education and lifelong learning, Protectionism must be avoided, Fiscal and monetary policies need to be coordinated, Increase transparency and oversee financial markets; Making Vegno a market leader in green technologies, Increase the use of renewable energies, Flexibility for working parents in favor of families and Find a strategy to attract skilled workers from the rest of the world to make the Vegnese economy more competitive and dynamic.

Partito Indipendentista Vegnese

The Vegnese Independence party presented itself for the first time in the elections of 1709, born from a clear intention to carry on the will of a slice of the population to return independent from the nation of Vegno.

The split was born with the 1707 Annexation Referendum, in which the roofs of the current regions of Ponente, Badia and Pelago were annexed to the Republic of Vegno; despite 78% of voters expressing a positive opinion, there was still a strong will of a small slice of the population to maintain their independence and this is the basis of the program of this new party: to regain the independence of those annexed territories or, at least, participate in the Vegnese political life guaranteeing the rights of the new population.

Electoral debates

For the first time in Vegno general elections there were organized some electoral debates, on the main vegnese TV channel, between the leaders of the main candidates parties.

1709 Vegno General Elections Debates
Date Organiser Moderator PDC FV PNV PC PIV
19 May Vai

("Finestra a Finestra")

Giovanni Ape Antonio Visciglia Luca Zarrella A Edoardo Diotisalvi Lewis Newhouse
24 May TeleV

("Terza Torre")

Michele Buonanotte Antonio Visciglia Papu J. Papasso Levati Mickey Lange Tito Bettella A
1 June TeleV

("Linea Politica")

Gerry Aldente Miguel Sposato Luca Zarrella Marco M. Unno Tito Bettella Lewis Newhouse
6 June Vai

("Il Vegno di Domani")

Antonio Capasso Haldi Rinaldi Nick Fish NI NI Lewis Newhouse

Results

Parliament Results

Political party Vote Received % of votes Deputies Elected Uninominal seats Total Parliament seats % of seats
Forza Vegno 569.580 25,22% 31 5 36 24%
Partito Popolare Vegnese 536.946 23,77% 29 8 37 24,6%
Partito Nazionalista Vegnese 464.395 20,56% 25 5 30 20%
Partito Democratico Costituzionale 310.642 13,75% 17 4 21 14%
Partito Comunista 216.222 9,57% 12 6 18 12%
I Verdi - Peppe Freeda 131.917 5,84% 7 0 7 0,4%
Partito Indipendentista Vegnese 17.015 0,75% 1 0 1 0,06%
Swnndyrrr Party 11.908 0,53% 0 0 0 0%
Total 2.258.625 100% 122 28 150 100%


Region FV PDC PNV PPV PC PF SW PIV Total votes
Cossa 52805 104906 84488 45764 31683 28163 4224 0 352033
South Coast 3958 11873 34301 9235 0 3298 3298 0 65963
Largoprato 28012 637 3820 8913 19099 1910 1273 0 63664
Bassovento 7680 4937 7132 16458 14264 4389 0 0 54860
Compare 7585 16118 3318 10430 5689 4267 0 0 47407
Mhazar-Campoasciutto 121219 9963 154429 43174 1661 1661 0 0 332107
Buonriposo 78561 36475 33669 75755 22446 33669 0 0 280575
Caponord 2601 10404 9884 8843 17166 3017 104 0 52019
Falange 64567 61632 83644 67502 1467 14674 0 0 293486
Falangina 321 771 1092 771 3147 321 0 0 6423
Falangetta 433 72 505 793 1785 18 0 0 3606
Ponente 113386 32396 7775 129908 6479 17818 0 16198 323960
Badia 34295 11432 1225 26130 4083 3674 0 817 81656
Pelago 54157 9026 39113 93270 87253 15044 3009 0 300872

Uninominal Seats

Region 1° Uninominal Seat 2° Uninominal Seat
Cossa PDC PNV
South Coast PDC PNV
Largoprato FV PC
Bassovento PPV PC
Compare PDC PPV
Mhazar-Campoasciutto FV PNV
Buonriposo FV PPV
Caponord PDC PC
Falange PNV PPV
Falangina PNV PC
Falangetta PPV PC
Ponente FV PPV
Badia FV PPV
Pelago PPV PC


Presidential Results

Presidential Elections
Vegno
Turnout 51,5%

  LoZar.png Shalva Mancuso.jpg
Nominee Luca Zarrella Shalva Mancuso
Party Forza Vegno PPV
Popular vote 880.222 753.168
Percentage 53,89% 46,11%

Elected President of the Republic

Luca Zarrella

First Round

Political party Vote Received % of votes
Luca Zarrella 569.580 26,93%
Shalva Mancuso 536.946 25,39%
Marco M. Unno 464.395 21,96%
Antonio Visciglia 310.642 14,69%
Tito Bettella 216.222 10,22%
Lewis Newhouse 17.015 0,8%
Total 2.114.800 100%

Second Round

Political party Vote Received % of votes
Luca Zarrella 880.222 53,89%
Shalva Mancuso 753.168 46,11%
Total 1.633.390 100%