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Parties and elections in Europe countries – timesofelection

Here listed below is schedule of elections taking place in the European region in the year 2018-19.

  • Italian General Election, 2018: – The Italian general election is scheduled to be held on 4 March 2018, after the Italian Parliament was dissolved by then President Sergio Mattarella on 28 December 2017. The parties contesting are Democratic Party and Forza Italia. Five Star Movement competes with Free and Equal. Here, the voters are set to elect 630 members of Chamber of Deputies and the 315 elective members of the senate of the republic for the 18th legislature of the Republic of Italy.
  • Armenian presidential elections: – Presidential elections in Armenia are scheduled to be on 9 March 2018.The patent pattern of popular vote won’t be applied this time as after the 2015 Armenian Constitutional Referendum, this time the President will be elected by the National Assembly.
  • Russian Presidential Election: – The first scheduled round of election for President of Russia is to be held on 18 March 2018. In the first round the candidate is supposed to get absolute majority of vote i.e. more than half of the vote share. In case there is no outcome in the first round where a candidate fails to attain maximum votes, then according to the law a second round will take place exactly three weeks later.
  • Dutch Municipal Election 2018: – The Dutch Municipal elections are to be held on 21 March 2018. For another consecutive four years the elections will decide the composition of municipal councils.
  • Hungarian parliamentary election 2018: – The respective elections are to be scheduled on 8 April 2018 with 199 seats in National Assembly and 100 seats needed to win this election. Parties competing are Fidesz-KDNP, MSZP-Parbeszed, LMP, DK.
  • Montenegrin presidential election 2018: – The presidential election will be held here on 15 April 2018.
  • Slovenian Parliamentary election 2018: – The elections in Slovenia are scheduled to be by July 2018. As there are also possibilities of government of Slovenia calling in for early elections. 90 seats are to be claimed in the National Assembly out of which 46 needed for a majority.
  • Swedish General Election 2018: – The general elections in Sweden are scheduled to be on 9 September 2018. 349 seats of Riksdag are to be claimed out of which 175 seats are needed for an absolute majority.
  • Bosnian General Election 2018: – General elections will be held in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 7 October 2018. Where the voters will elect the national Presidency and the House of Representatives. Also the Presidents will be elected of the two political divisions.
  • Belgian Local Elections 2018: – There isProvincial, municipal and district elections scheduled in Belgian on 14 October 2018.
  • Georgian presidential election 2018: – The seventh Presidential elections will be held in Georgia in October 2018. Last elections were held in October 2013. This is in effect after the country’s restoration of independence from the Soviet Union.
  • Czech municipal election 2018: – Municipal elections in Czech are scheduled to be in October 2018.
  • Czech Senate Election 2018: – Senate elections will be held in Czech Republic in October 2018 along with Municipal elections.
  • Irish Presidential Elections 2018: – The Irish presidential elections will take place in November 2018.
  • Moldovan parliamentary election 2018: – Parliamentary elections are scheduled to be held on or before 29 March 2019. 101 seats are to be claimed where 51 are needed to be in majority. Parties in race are PSRM, PLDM, PCRM, PDM, PL.

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