1632 Assembly Elections (Jingdao)
The 1632 Elections (January 2016 Elections) were the first democratic elections held in the Jingdaoese Empire since its establishment. Three major parties ran for office, the National-Centrist Party of the Rising Sun (Jingdaoese nationalists), the Royal Kildarian Party (regionalists) and the United Jingdaoese Populist Party (populists / regionalists). The National Republican Party of Norfolk and Partito Populare di Tyrenia participated as well, but in coalition with the major parties.
The Nastional-Centrist Party (in coalition with the National Republican Party), backed by a strong group of industrialists, militarists and royalists, expected to gain a total victory in most States. Surprisingly, a lot of conservative voters changed their vote at the last moment, leading to unexpected victories of the Kildarian Royal Party (which capitalized on the discontent of a lot of people in the establishment).
Tyrenia became, as expected a heaven of populism, while Curagh and Vervollkomnung became powerbases of the KRP. The National Republican Party of Norfolk gained a grand victory in the only State it ran in the elections.
Alexander Myksos, Prime Minister of Batavia, was appointed by Emperor Gradus as Chancellor following the elections and with the task to form a new administration .
|Party logo||Party name||Leader||Ideology||Colours||% of the total votes||% of the total seats||Seat change||Seats in January 2016|
|National-Centrist Party of the Rising Sun||Alexander Myksos||Jingdaoese Nationalism, market centralism||Dark red||41,52%||45,8%||New|
|100px||Royal Kildarian Party||Theodosius Myksos||Regionalism, monarchism||Dark blue||28,34%||32,0%||New|
|United Jingdaoese Populist Party||Lorenzo di Focanzo Montini||Regionalism, Big Tent||Light blue||18,31%||20,7%||New|
|National Republican Party of Norfolk||Franklin Ross||Jingdaoese Nationalism, protectionism, militarism||Red||6,70%||0,8%||New|
|Partito Populare di Tyrenia||Giacomo Contarini||Regionalism, Big Tent||Light blue||5,13%||0,8%||New|
Each State is worth a certain amount of seats. This explains why the % of received votes does not necessarily result in the same % of seats.
- Election ballot January 2016 
|Federal Elections of Jingdao