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1711 Sanaman general elections

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1711 House of People's Delegates election
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All 485 seats of the House of People's Delegates
243 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 70,080,261 (87.13%)

  Majority party Minority party
  Malliki Orea.png Kito Paliso.png Amala Kuyani.png
Leader Malliki Orea Kito Paliso Amala Kuyani
Party Sanamati Democratic Party Agrarian League Sanaman People's Party
Leader's seat Pakor City South Kopore East Xaneqa Central
Last election 249 97 54
Seats won 270 128 64
Seat change 21 31 10
Popular vote 29,608,910 20,414,380 11,528,203
Percentage 42.25% 29.13% 16.45%
Swing 3.49% 4.49% 1.44%
  Fourth party Fifth party
  Keysacaprici.jpg Muqanasoke.jpg Lawrence Justice.png
Leader Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici Lawrence Justice
Party United Nationalist Alliance Communities Movement Northern League
Leader's seat None
  • North Nee City 29
  • Aruang North
Caverden City
Last election 31 19 14
Seats won 0 0 8
Seat change 31 19 6
Popular vote 2,789,194 1,275,461 2,158,472
Percentage 3.98% 1.82% 3.08%
Swing 4.76% 3.32% 0.22%
  Seventh party
Party Others
Last election 21
Seats won 15
Seat change 8
Popular vote 2,305,641
Percentage 3.29%
Swing 0.03%

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Qukalsim before election

Malliki Orea
Sanamati Democratic Party

Elected Qukalsim

Malliki Orea
Sanamati Democratic Party

The 1711 Sanaman general elections were held on 12.X and were the second elections following the 1707 change of political system. The sitting Qukalsim Malliki Orea was seeking a second term, with Kito Paliso of the Agrarian League his main competitor. The Agrarian League and the Sanaman People's Party signed a cooperation agreement before the election, coming short of a formalised alliance. The United Nationalist Alliance again was mired by leadership struggles, with the rather weak Katalina Williams being challenged by former leader Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici, who was finally allowed back in the country. Elections were also held to the assemblies of the people's republics, as well as local and regional assemblies. On 3.VII.1711, the United Nationalist Alliance announced that Nur Pinito Caprici had defeated Katalina Williams in a snap leadership vote. On 9.VII.1711 the Kalisa Lanyitali raided the national headquarters of the United Nationalist Alliance, investigating possible fraud, embezzlement and corruption under the presidency and chancellorship of reelected party leader Nur Pinito Caprici.

Participating parties

Following the leadership coup in the Sanamati Democratic Party earlier during the year, after the botched coup d'état, the party split into three, with the social-democrats remaining in the SDP, the communalists forming the Communities Movement, and the communists forming the Sanaman Communist Party. The United Nationalist Alliance also early registered to participate in all elections, attempting to reclaim at least some of the influence it had under Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici.

List of participating parties

Party name Ideology Political position
Sanamati Democratic Party Social democracy, democratic socialism, ecologism, feminism, unionism Left wing
Communities Movement Communalism, ecologism, feminism, direct democracy, federalism Left wing to far left
Sanaman Communist Party Communism, statism, democratic centralism, unionism Far left
United Nationalist Alliance Nationalism, populism, liberalism, unionism Center right
Coalition 1660 Socialism, workers' rights, unionism Center left
Sanaman People's Party Liberalism, feminism, ecologism, laissez-faire economics, agreement with Agrarian League Center right
Bright Future Anti-immigration, nationalism, conservatism, populism Ringt wing to far right
Agrarian League Agrarianism, farmers' rights, conservatism, agreement with Sanaman People's Party Center right
Citizens United Citizens rights, classic liberalism, civil rights, direct democracy, federalism Center right to center
Green Party Ecologism, liberalism, welfare state, fair trade, anti-growth, pro-immigration, federalism Center right to center left
Democratic Nazarene Union Nazarene democracy, Nazarene values, conservatism, traditional values Center right to right wing
Northern League Nationalism, conservatism, Istvanistani-speaking rights, Praeta-speaking rights Center right to right wing
Partito Popolare Cisamarrese Nationalism, liberalism, ecologism, Cisamarrese-speaking rights Center
Yardistani List Nationalism, big tent, Yardistani-speaking rights Center
Laqi People's Party Nationalism, big tent, Laqi-speaking rights Center
Future of Estarisa Nationalism, big tent, Estarisan rights Center
Sipulan League Sipulan separatism, big tent, nationalism, populism Right wing to far right

Constituencies per people's republics

People's republic Constituencies
Ailan Feq 5
Amarra Esa 25
Estarisa 3
Fatehpur Sikri 62
Harekina 26
Indipendensa 31
Kortilhera 28
Laq Republic 6
Niyi 105
Panetira 32
Pixa Teta 40
Sanilla Ate 32
Sanilla Senter 28
Semisa 29
Semisa City 3
Sipula 2
Soli 28
Sanama 485

House of People's Delegates elections

Seat results

Party Leader Votes Share Seats Change
Sanamati Democratic Party Malliki Orea 29,608,910 42.25%
270 / 485
Agrarian League Kito Paliso 20,414,380 29.13%
128 / 485
Sanaman People's Party Amala Kuyani 11,528,203 16.45%
64 / 485
United Nationalist Alliance Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici 2,789,194 3.98%
0 / 485
Northern League Lawrence Justice 2,158,472 3.08%
8 / 485
Communities Movement 1,275,461 1.82%
0 / 485
Laqi People's Party Yemish Hutym 560,642 0.80%
6 / 485
Yardistani List Sxir Mreno 532,610 0.76%
4 / 485
Future of Estarisa Ayukusto Tosha 406,466 0.58%
3 / 485
Partito Popolare Cisamarrese Gjanluigi Bertolucci 378,433 0.54%
0 / 485
Coalition 1660 John Krinklebaum 238,273 0.34%
0 / 485
Sipulan League Jacques Pireille 189,217 0.27%
2 / 485

House of Councillors elections

The elections to the House of Councillors are non-partisan. However, the government maintained a slight majority in the house, with the minority primarily consisting of the Agrarian League and Sanaman People's Party.

Seats per sector

Sector Councillors
Unions and labour sector 33
Voluntary and social works sector 27
Agricultural and fisheries sector 23
Cultural and educational sector 21
Industrial and commercial sector 17
Total 121

Estimated party breakdown

Party Councillors
Sanamati Democratic Party 53
Government 53
Communities Movement 10
Support 10
Total government 63
Agrarian League 30
Sanaman People's Party 16
Northern League 5
United Nationalist Alliance 4
Partito Popolare Cisamarrese 2
Sanaman Communist Party 1
Opposition 58

Council of People's Republics delegations

Subdivision Seats
Fatehpur Sikri                
Pixa Teta            
Sanilla Ate          
Sanilla Senter          
Amarra Esa        
Ailan Feq  
Laq Republic  
Semisa City  

Seats controlled

Faction Seats
Government 32
Opposition 37
Crossbench 4


The Sanamati Democratic Party expanded their majority by 21 seats, securing a safe governing majority in the House of People's Delegates. The Agrarian League and the Sanaman People's Party also made gains, together claiming 41 new seats. The growth of the three largest parties was mainly due to the collapse of both the United Nationalist Alliance and the Communities Movement, who both lost all their seats. The Agrarian League and Sanaman People's Party further benefited from their non-compete agreement. In a gross miscalculation for the government, the SDP lost their majority in the House of People's Republics due to losing control over Soli. They did however retain their majority in the House of Councillors, continuing a previous arrangement with the Communities Movement. Following the victory of the SDP, Malliki Orea retained his commission as Qukalsim.