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Sanama federal election, 1679

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The Sanama federal election of 1679 took place on 12.X.1679. Voters elected assemblies in local authorities, cantons, provinces, the Federal Assembly and the newly established position of President. The people elected Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici President of Sanama with 54 percent of the vote.

Presidential election

Presidential election, 1679
12.X.1679 1685 →
Turnout 57,612,365 (88.85%)

Candidate Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici Kiko Kulahi Sharon O'Connor
Party United Nationalist Alliance Sanaman Liberation Front Coalition 1660
Home state Eastern Sanilla Western Sanilla Fatehpur Sikri
Direct popular vote vote 30,920,556 13,919,147 7,691,258
Percentage 53.67% 24.16% 13.35%
Candidate Tanilo Whuna
Party Green Alliance
Home state Niyi
Direct popular vote vote 5,081,411
Percentage 8.82%

President before election

Position established

Elected President

Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici
United Nationalist Alliance

Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici managed to get elected in the first round since the United Nationalist Alliance, Sanaman National Party, Northern League and Partito Popolare Cisamarrese all nominated her for the position. As the candidate for a united center-right she stood against a fractured opposition, with the Sanaman Liberation Front, Coalition 1660 and the Green Alliance all fielding separate candidates. The Nationalist & Humanist Party declined to field a candidate, a move seen as passive support for Caprici. The Green Alliance candidate vastly outperformed his party in the Lhusan election, where they failed to reach the five percent threshold.

Llusan election

Llusan election, 1679
← 1676 12.X.1679 1682 →

All 639 seats of the Llusan
320 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 58,056,776 (89.54%)

  First party Second party
Leader Pjetro Campucci Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici Yon Qusen
Party Sanaman Liberation Front United Nationalist Alliance Sanaman National Party
Leader's seat Rosaria None Fatehpur Sikri
Last election 102 0 45
Seats won 147 142 111
Seat change 45 142 66
Popular vote 13,080,192 12,609,932 9,910,292
Percentage 22.53% 21.72% 17.07%
Swing 2.97% 21.72% 5.82%
  Fourth party Fifth party
Leader Salina Sumi Gregory L. Justice Andrea Bertolucci
Party Coalition 1660 Northern League Partito Popolare Cisamarrese
Leader's seat Aruang Woodshire Acquecalde
Last election 64 47 18
Seats won 109 50 44
Seat change 45 3 26
Popular vote 9,654,842 4,313,618 3,727,245
Percentage 16.63% 7.43% 6.42%
Swing 0.62% 4.32% 1.92%
  Seventh party
Leader Fenna Bakker
Party N&H
Leader's seat Boomwatch
Last election 26
Seats won 36
Seat change 10
Popular vote 3,030,564
Percentage 5.22%
Swing 1.28%

Chancellor before election

Position established

Elected Chancellor

Tanilo Lhayi
United Nationalist Alliance

The 1679 election was the first after the restoration of democracy after the military junta lead by Adalwolf Hiedler. It was also the first election to the newly established lower house, the Llusan. Riding on the popularity of Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici for her leadership of the opposition to the junta, and the failed assassination attempt, the new United Nationalist Alliance coasted to a second place in the election, less than one percentage point after the Sanaman Liberation Front. The Sanaman National Party and the Partito Popolare Cisamarrese both enjoyed large positive swings, while the SLF, Northern League and Nationalist & Humanist Party suffered negative swings. The new five percent threshold caused havoc in the field, with several leftist parties as well as the Green Alliance dropping out. This election also marked the end of leftist rule, which had continued unhindered from independence until the military coup.