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ANDORRA
Consell general (General Council)
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Parliament name (generic / translated) Consell general / General Council
Structure of parliament Unicameral
BACKGROUND
Dates of election / renewal (from/to) 1 March 2015
Purpose of elections Elections were held for all the seats in the General Council following the early dissolution of this body on 16 January 2015. Elections to the General Council had previously taken place in April 2011.
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STATISTICS
Voter turnout
Round no 11 March 2015
Number of registered electors
Voters
Blank or invalid ballot papers
Valid votes
24'512
16'084 (65.62%)

Notes
Distribution of votes
Round no 1
Political Group Candidates Votes %
Democrats for Andorra (DA)
Liberal Party of Andorra (PLA)
Junts: Social Democrat Party (PS) - Greens (VD) - Citizens’ Initiative (IC) - Independents
Social Democracy and Progress (SDP)
Distribution of seats
Round no 1
Political Group Total National seats Parish seats
Democrats for Andorra (DA) 15 5 10
Liberal Party of Andorra (PLA) 8 4 4
Junts: Social Democrat Party (PS) - Greens (VD) - Citizens’ Initiative (IC) - Independents 3 3 0
Social Democracy and Progress (SDP) 2 2 0
Distribution of seats according to sex
Men
Women
Percent of women
18
10
35.71%
Distribution of seats according to age
Distribution of seats according to profession
Comments
Sources:
General Council (26.03.2015, 07.04.2015)
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Note on distribution of seats according to sex:
Ten women were elected in March 2015. After the formation of the new government in April, the total number of women parliamentarians increased to 11.

Note on the results for parish seats:
- The Democrats for Andorra (DA) formed an electoral alliance in three parishes: Ordino (with the Communal Action of Ordino), Andorra la Vella (with the Coalition of Independents) and Encamp (with United for Progress).
- The Liberal Party of Andorra (PLA) formed an electoral alliance in two parishes: La Massana (with independents) and Sant Julià de Lòria (with the Lauredian Union).

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