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Åland legislative election, 1987

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Åland held legislative elections on 18 October 1987. It elected the diet (Lagtinget, then called Landstinget), which has 30 members, elected for a four year term by proportional representation.

No less than three new groupings participated in the election: the conservative Non-aligned Coalition, the separatist Free Åland and the environmentalist Greens on Åland. After the next election in 1991, only the Non-Aligned Rally would still be active.

Following the election in 1988 a change in the constitution provided for the establishment of a majority government.[1] As a result the Åland Centre, Liberals for Åland and Freeminded Co-operation parties formed a coalition government.[1]

Results

e • d Summary of the 18 October 1987 Parliament of Åland election results
Parties Votes % Seats
1987 +/- 1987 +/- 1987 +/-
Åland Centre (Ålands Center) 3,063 -641 28.7 -6.9 9 -2
Liberals for Åland (Liberalerna på Åland) 2,530 -475 23.7 -5.2 8 -1
Freeminded Co-operation (Frisinnad Samverkan) 1,839 +112 17.3 +0.7 5 0
Åland Social Democrats (Ålands Socialdemokrater) 1,489 -228 14.0 -2.5 4 -1
Non-aligned Coalition (Obunden Samling) 750 - 7.0 - 2 +2
Greens on Åland (Gröna på Åland) 709 - 6.7 - 2 +2
Free Åland (Fria Åland) 280 - 2.6 - 0 0
Total 10,660       30  
Source: Åsub

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External links

  • Parties and Elections in Europe
  • Legislative Assembly elections
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