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Eastern Sanilla provincial election, 1682

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Eastern Sanilla
provincial election, 1682
Eastern Sanilla
← 1679 12.X.1682 1685 →

All 229 seats of the Legislative Council
115 seats needed for a majority. Two percent threshold.

  First party Second party
 
Party United Nationalist Alliance Sanaman Liberation Front Sanaman National Party
Last election 50 46 33
Seats won 53 47 33
Seat change 3 1 0
Percentage 22.61% 19.86% 14.28%
Swing 1.07% 0.21% 0.18%
  Fourth party Fifth party
 
Party Coalition 1660 Laqi People's Party N&H
Last election 26 17 11
Seats won 27 16 14
Seat change 1 1 3
Percentage 11.67% 7.04% 5.84%
Swing 0.26% 0.15% 1.23%
  Seventh party Eighth party
 
Party Northern League Green Alliance Sanaman Communist Party
Last election 12 10 16
Seats won 11 11 10
Seat change 1 1 6
Percentage 5.24% 4.51% 4.51%
Swing 0.61% 0.14% 2.22%
  Seventh party
 
Party Parti Estarisa
Last election 8
Seats won 7
Seat change 1
Percentage 3.21%
Swing 0.16%

Chairperson of the
Executive Council before election

Andrew Canahan
United Nationalist Alliance

Elected Chairperson of the
Executive Council

Andrew Canahan
United Nationalist Alliance

The Eastern Sanilla provincial election, 1682 was the second election held to the Legislative Council. After the election the United Nationalist Alliance, Sanaman National Party, Nationalist & Humanist Party and Laqi People's Party remained in government with a one seat majority. The Northern League was not included in the government formation and left the Executive Council following the election.

Senate seat distribution

Following the election, the legislature elected senators as follows:

Party Senators
United Nationalist Alliance 2
Sanaman Liberation Front 2
Sanaman National Party 1
Coalition 1660 1
Northern League 1
Laqi People's Party 1
Nationalist & Humanist Party 1

The Sanaman Communist Party lost one seat in the Senate, which was gained by the Nationalist & Humanist Party.