June 2015 Ministerial elections

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June 2015 Minister of Domestic Affairs election
← April 2015 22 June 2015 (2015-06-22) - 28 July 2015 (2015-07-28) January 2016 →

Member States eligible to vote
Majority of votes needed to win
Turnout7 voters (Decrease4)
  Mons Garle Flag.png Chameliya Flag.png
Candidate Mons Garle Chameliya
Popular votes 3 2
Percentage 60.00% 40.00%

Minister of Domestic Affairs before election

Mons Garle

Elected Minister of Domestic Affairs

Mons Garle

June 2015 Minister of Foreign Affairs election
← April 2015 25 June 2015 (2015-06-25) - 1 July 2015 (2015-07-01) January 2016 →

Member States eligible to vote
Majority of votes needed to win
Turnout7 voters (Decrease4)
  Normandy and Picardy Flag.png Ceni Flag.png
Candidate Normandy and Picardy Ceni
Popular votes 4 1
Percentage 80.00% 20.00%

Minister of Foreign Affairs before election

Risu

Elected Minister of Foreign Affairs

Normandy and Picardy

June–July 2015 Minister of Immigration election
← April 2015 4 July 2015 (2015-07-04) - 10 July 2015 (2015-07-10) January 2016 →

Member States eligible to vote
Majority of votes needed to win
Turnout6 voters (Decrease6)
  Lamatama Flag.jpg Exnation Flag.png
Candidate Lamatama Cowny-Shire
Popular votes 4 1
Percentage 80.00% 20.00%

Minister of Immigration before election

Vernima

Elected Minister of Immigration

Lamatama

Nominations and Miscellaneous

Nominations opened 12 June 2015, with close of nominations and voting times varying by position.[1][2][3][4] Northern Inertia and Anaaxes served as Election Administrator. Accepted nominations included the following:

Declined nominations and those which received no response included the following:

  • Ceni for Minister of Domestic Affairs
  • Westerheim for Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Risu for Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Vernima for Minister of Immigration

Ministry of Domestic Affairs

Mons Garle was elected Minister with 3 votes and a majority, while Chameliya was elected Deputy Minister with 2 votes. There were 2 abstentions.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Normandy and Picardy was elected Minister with 4 votes and a majority, while Ceni was elected Deputy Minister with 1 vote. There were 2 abstention.

Ministry of Immigration

Lamatama was elected Minister with 4 votes and a majority, while Cowny-shire was elected Deputy Minister with 1 vote. There was 1 abstention.