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Results of the 22 - 23 legislative and European Commission elections
The Czech legislative election and the European Commission Elections held on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 were without any major complications, from few voting places there were reports of arguments between the members of the People's Militias and the Worker's Militias but the elections were undisturbed. Out of the 39 370 149 total eligible voters 34 338 644 voted in the elections, a turnout of 87,22%. 362 013 votes were invalid.
Czech Legislative Elections
The Socialist Republican Party won the election with 70,89% of the votes (24 084 754 votes), which is an increase of 5,09% from the National Front result in 2017 and the largest share of the votes of the party since the adoption of multi-party system. The SRP won 294 mandates in the National Assembly.
The Alliance of Independent Mayors and Civic Democrats received 9,85% of the votes (3 347 028 votes) and won 40 mandates making it the second largest subject in the National Assembly.
The Party of the Democratic Left received 6,84% of the votes (2 323 139 votes) and won 28 mandates, more then the Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia from which the PDL split.
The Communist Party of Czech Slavia (2021) received 5,56% of the votes (1 887 657 votes) and won 23 mandates.
The Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia was the last party to pass the 5% threshold with 5,34% of the votes (1 815 287 votes), which is a decrease of 2,57% from the National Front of Labour result in 2017. The SDPCS won 22 mandates in the National Assembly.
The Green Party received 1,26% of the votes (429 302), a slight increase from the 2017 result, and failed to pass the 5% threshold. Other political subject received 0,26% of the votes.
This is the first time since 12 December 2020 that no seats in the National Assembly will be vacant. The current Speaker of the Parliament Antonín Smetana from the SRP, expressed happiness over the result and over the fact that the election were without any larger issues and that there will be no more vacant seats. According to him the Socialist Republican Party succeed thanks to closely following the leadership of the Wise Leader President Reiserová which always puts the people in the centre. Smetana promised that the Socialist Republicans will continue to follow President Reiserová and working for the working men and women. He also thanked all the voters, candidates of the SRP, volunteers, members of the electoral commissions and members of the People's Militias for ensuring the safety at the polling places. In the election headquarters of the SRP members of the party celebrated by chanting "long live to the Socialist Republican Party" and "long live to President Reiserová"
Leader of the Alliance of Independent Mayors and Civic Democrats Vít Sršeň accused the Socialist Republican Party of using unfair practices to win the election.
Leader of the Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia, Alois Jelen announced that he won't defend his office of the leader of the party at the next party meeting.
Premier Commissioner Election
Sofie Čikarová (PEL) from Czech Slavia won the election with 76,83% of the votes (26 104 804 votes), followed by Jean-Claude Jucker (EPA) from Spain with 13,06% of the votes (4 437 528 votes) and Harish Desai (ELSS) from the United Duchies with 9,09% of the votes (3 089 757 votes). Ville Niniistö (Independent) from Mennrimiak placed fourth with 0,52% of the votes (175 409 votes) and Kittichat Thongthang (Independent) from Ruthund placed fifth with 0,50% of the votes (169 133 votes).
Internal Affairs Commissioner Election
Ilmaras Kalessed (PEL) from Istkalen won the election with 64,50% of the votes (21 913 401 votes), followed by Joseph Biden (Independent) from Reitzmag with 20,33% of the votes (6 908 747 votes), Sebastian Piñera Echenique (Independent) from Gania with 9,91% of the votes (3 367 289 votes) and Sanna Marin (Independent) from Mennrimiak with 2,64% of the votes ( 896 581 votes). Paul-Gabrielle Muzhare (EPA) from Nofoaga placed fifth with 1,41% of the votes (478 470 votes), Kittichat Thongthang (Independent) from Ruthund placed sixth with 0,64% of the votes (217 325 votes) and Margaret Thatcher (Independent) from Brickston placed seventh with 0,57% of the votes (194 818 votes).
Foreign Affairs Commissioner Election
Pekka Haavisto (Independent) from Mennrimiak received 21 402 317 votes (62,99%).