March 2017 Ministerial elections

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March 2017 Minister of Domestic Affairs election
← October 2016 26 March 2017 (2017-03-26) - 2 April 2017 (2017-04-02) June 2017 →

Member States eligible to vote
Majority of votes needed to win
Turnout9 voters (Decrease8)
  Freeland Newworldia Flag.jpg Mintonity Flag.jpg
Candidate Freeland Newworldia Mintonity
Popular votes 4 3
Percentage 57.14% 42.86%

Minister of Domestic Affairs before election

Avaerilon

Elected Minister of Domestic Affairs

Freeland Newworldia

March 2017 Minister of Foreign Affairs election
← October 2016 26 March 2017 (2017-03-26) - 2 April 2017 (2017-04-02) June 2017 →

Member States eligible to vote
Majority of votes needed to win
Turnout9 voters (Decrease8)
  New Ireland and Wales Flag.jpg Anaaxes Flag.png
Candidate New Ireland and Wales Anaaxes
Popular votes 6 3
Percentage 66.67% 33.33%

Minister of Foreign Affairs before election

Anaaxes

Elected Minister of Foreign Affairs

New Ireland and Wales

June 2017 Minister of Immigration election
← October 2016 26 March 2017 (2017-03-26) - 2 April 2017 (2017-04-02) June 2017 →

Member States eligible to vote
Majority of votes needed to win
Turnout9 voters (Decrease8)
  Lawattsia Flag.png Hirematia Flag.svg
Candidate Lawattsia Hirematia
Popular votes 6 2
Percentage 75.00% 25.00%

Minister of Immigration before election

Lawattsia

Elected Minister of Immigration

Lawattsia

Nominations and Miscellaneous

These elections are notable as the final Ministerial elections held under, and whose victors were subject to the terms of, the Second Constitution.

Nominations lasted from 14 March 2017 to 21 March; voting lasted from 26 March to 2 April. Freeland Newworldia and Mintonity were nominated and ran for Minister of Domestic Affairs. New Ireland and Wales and Anaaxes were nominated and ran for Minister of Foreign Affairs. Hirematia and Lawattsia were nominated and ran for Minister of Immigration.[1][2]

Ministry of Domestic Affairs

With 4 votes and a majority, Freeland Newworldia was elected Minister, and with 3 votes, Mintonity was elected Deputy Minister.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

With 6 votes and a majority, New Ireland and Wales was elected Minister, and with 2 votes, Anaaxes was elected Deputy Minister.

Ministry of Immigration

With 6 votes and a majority, Lawattsia was elected Minister, and with 2 votes, Hirematia was elected Deputy Minister.