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Local elections in Poland

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Local elections in Poland

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Poland

Local elections in Poland

Contents

  • 2002 1
  • 2006 2
    • Voivodship councils 2.1
  • References 3

2002

SLD-UP - 6644 (14,19%)

PSL - 4986 (10,65%)

Samoobrona - 1530 (3,27%)

LPR - 1065 (2,27%)

PiS - 217 (0,46%)

PO - 213 (0,45%)

PO-PiS - 85 (0,18%)

Unia Samorządowa - 4 (0,01%)

Alternatywa - 1 (0,00%)

UPR - 0 (0,00%)

Other parties - 32,088 (68,52%)

Total votes - 46,833 (100,0%)

2006

Voivodship councils

Lech and Maria Kaczyński

electoral committee votes % of votes seats % of seats
Civic Platform 3,643,091 27.18% 186 33.16%
Law and Justice 3,361,616 25.08% 170 30.30%
Left and Democrats 1,910,009 14.25% 66 11.76
Polish Peasant Party 1,774,633 13.24% 83 14.80%
Self-Defense 755,329 5.64% 37 6.60%
League of Polish Families 635,329 4.74% 11 1.96%
Regional parties 8 1.43%
Total 561 100.00%
Source: Najwięcej radnych w skali kraju ma PSL, gazeta.pl

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References

  1. ^ www.rodzinapolska.pl


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