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Sanama federal election, 1682

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Llusan election, 1682
← 1679 12.X.1682 1685 →

All 639 seats of the Llusan
320 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 60,072,136 (86.83%)

  First party Second party
Leader Tanilo Lhayi Pjetro Campucci Yon Qusen
Party United Nationalist Alliance Sanaman Liberation Front Sanaman National Party
Leader's seat Atesira Rosaria Fatehpur Sikri
Last election 142 147 111
Seats won 155 138 112
Seat change 13 9 1
Popular vote 14,003,193 12,440,669 10,131,010
Percentage 23.31% 20.71% 16.86%
Swing 1.59% 1.82% 0.21%
  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 109 50 44
Seats won 102 50 43
Seat change 7 0 1
Popular vote 9,291,253 4,551,066 3,868,319
Percentage 15.47% 7.58% 6.44%
Swing 1.16% 0.15% 0.02%
  Seventh party
Leader Fenna Bakker
Party N&H
Leader's seat Boomwatch
Last election 36
Seats won 39
Seat change 3
Popular vote 3,511,694
Percentage 5.85%
Swing 0.63%

Chancellor before election

Tanilo Lhayi
United Nationalist Alliance

Elected Chancellor

Tanilo Lhayi
United Nationalist Alliance

The Sanama federal election, 1682 was the first midterm election in Sanama, following the election of Keysa Nur Pinito Caprici as President in 1679. During the time since the last election, the country saw the successful introduction of a national currency, the rilha, the accession of Sanama to the Raspur Pact, a devastating earthquake in the southeast, the Verionian-Raspur War, the two-year occupation of western Shimmerspring, and an expanding and booming economy. It also saw the modernisation and expansion of the Sanaman Navy. In late 1681, the Northern League withdrew from government over the continued occupation of western Shimmerspring, and was replaced by the Nationalist & Humanist Party. Throughout this period, the President enjoyed growing support and an approval rating between 50 and 65 percent. This helped the ruling coalition stay in power with an increased share of seats in the Llusan, and Tanilo Lhayi to hold on to his position as Chancellor.