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Cynulliad Cenedlaethol election, 1703

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Cynulliad Cenedlaethol elections, 1703
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All 195 seats of the Cynulliad Cenedlaethol
98 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Cadwaladr Lewis.png Richard ab Ioan.jpg Hugh ab Morgan.png
Leader Cadwaladr Bevan-Hall Richard ab Ioan Hugh ab Morgan
Party Nationalist Faction Realist Faction United Workers Alliance
Leader since 1695 1687 1689
Leader's seat Llandeff and Rhondda Llewin Pentyre - Sant Abram
Last election 105 43 18
Seats won 106 45 17
Seat change 1 2 1

Fourth party Fifth party
  Drakeford.png Portrait.png
Leader Evyn Drakeford Lynna Hayworth-Martins
Party Ynysig Movement Regionalist and Minority Faction
Leader since 1688 1693
Leader's seat Hwdynach Llysthur East
Last election 16 13
Seats won 15 12
Seat change 1 1

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Results per Constituency

Governor-General before election

Cadwaladr Bevan-Hall (Nationalist)

Subsequent Governor-General

Cadwaladr Bevan-Hall (Nationalist)

The Cynulliad Cenedlaethol election of 1703 was an election to elect Calbion's unicameral assembly. The election was called by the Nationalist Bevan-Hall government following an official petition from Nationalist faction members. The election was anticipated to extend the majority of the widely popular government. The settlement of the Elwynnese Civil war, and several economic reforms as well as the expansion of foreign relations to certain key allies caused an economic boom in Calbion.

The election also saw a removal of the previous three seats awarded to the church and the two autonomous regions. With further devolution having taken place, the Cynulliad Cenedlaethol's 195 seats were solely elected by the Aeronesian part of the country.


The 1703 election saw almost no changes, with the Nationalists gaining two seats and maintaining their majority. The Realist faction also gained one seat, while the three smaller parties each lost one seat.