Elections in Baltia

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There are four types of elections in Baltia. Each Baltish citizen at least 18 years of age has the right to vote in each of the elections, which decide the following: the President, the Parliament, the MEPs and the regional and municipal councils.

Baltia has a presidential election every six years, in which a President of Baltia is elected in two rounds on the basis of a direct popular vote.

Parliamentary elections are held every four years with a system of proportional representation in multiple seat constituencies. Baltish parliamentary elections use the d'Hondt method. Baltia has a multi-party system wherein it is uncommon for a single party to achieve a majority in the Landtag; thus most Baltish governments consist of coalitions.

European Parliament elections are held every five years. Baltia has 14 seats in the European Parliament.

Regional and municipal elections are held every four years. Both elections are held on the same day, since the first regional elections in 1982, to elect municipal councils and regional councils.

Presidential elections[edit | edit source]

Parliamentary elections[edit | edit source]

European elections[edit | edit source]

Regional elections[edit | edit source]

Municipal elections[edit | edit source]

Referendums[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

Government of Baltia
Political parties in Baltia