An at-a-glance summary of the key points of Election 2017. The headlines. The Conservatives have lost their Commons majority - the Tories are now the largest party in a hung Parliament.
The United National Party (UNP) obtained the most number of seats at the Parliamentary General Election 2015. Other parties to gain seats in Parliament are the United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA), Ilankai Tamil Arasu Kadchi (ITAK), People’s Liberation Front (JVP), Eelam People’s Democratic Party (EPDP) and the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC).
By the early hours of Sunday 17 November 2019, Sri Lanka will know its next President. Barring an unlikely upset in the form of a need for a second preference count for the first time in history, the new President of the Republic will be either Sajith Premadasa or Gotabaya Rajapaksa. This will, however, be an unusual presidential transition.Previously, either the incumbent.
General elections only in 2020: President.. If you are so bladdy confident like Rajapakse who went for election early and lost badly why not try the pulse of the people then you will know.
Election Result: Malta Parliament 2017 Malta’s governing Labour Party (PL) has won a resounding fresh mandate in an early General Election called by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat. Allegations of financial scandals that persisted throughout a bad-tempered campaign did not seem to erode Muscat’s support, with his government instead reaping credit for the healthy state of the small country’s.
General elections were held in Malta on Saturday, 3 June 2017. The elections were contested by the Labour Party, led by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, the Nationalist Party, led by opposition leader Simon Busuttil, and four other parties; making it the elections with most parties participating since 1962. The result was a victory for the Labour Party, with 55% of the popular vote.
Kalutara District results including all the polling divisions of Presidential Election 2019 in Sri Lanka.
The Sri Lankan presidential election of 2010 was the sixth presidential election of Sri Lanka. The election was announced on 23 November 2009 when incumbent President Mahinda Rajapaksa decided to seek a fresh mandate prior to the expiration of his term in 2011.