October 2014 Ministerial elections

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October 2014 Minister of Domestic Affairs election
← June 2014 12 October 2014 (2014-10-12) - 19 October 2014 (2014-10-19) November 2014 →

Member States eligible to vote
Majority of votes needed to win
Turnout11 voters (Increase4)
  Ceni Flag.png Exnation Flag.png Exnation Flag.png
Candidate Ceni Zunkwentania Potestia
Popular votes 4 2 0
Percentage 66.67% 33.33% 0.00%

Minister of Domestic Affairs before election

Westerheim

Elected Minister of Domestic Affairs

Ceni

October 2014 Minister of Foreign Affairs election
← June 2014 12 October 2014 (2014-10-12) - 19 October 2014 (2014-10-19) November 2014 →

Member States eligible to vote
Majority of votes needed to win
Turnout9 voters (Increase1)
  Northern Inertia Flag.png Goncar Flag.png
Candidate Northern Inertia Goncar
Popular votes 5 1
Percentage 83.33% 18.67%

Minister of Foreign Affairs before election

Anaaxes

Elected Minister of Foreign Affairs

Northern Inertia

October 2014 Minister of Immigration election
← June 2014 12 October 2014 (2014-10-12) - 19 October 2014 (2014-10-19) November 2014 →

Member States eligible to vote
Majority of votes needed to win
Turnout10 voters (Decrease1)
  Anaaxes Flag.png Aertaseren Flag.png
Candidate Anaaxes Aertaseren
Popular votes 7 0
Percentage 100.00% 0.00%

Minister of Immigration before election

The Jasminia Islands

Elected Minister of Immigration

Anaaxes

Nominations and Miscellaneous

Nominations opened 5 October 2014 and closed 12 October, with voting lasting from 12 October until 19 October. Avaerilon served as Election Administrator.[1] Accepted nominations included:

Nominations that were either declined or not responded to included:

Ministry of Domestic Affairs

With 4 votes and a majority, Ceni was elected Minister, while Zunkwentania was elected Deputy Minister with 2 votes. There were 2 abstentions.[2]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

With 5 votes and a majority, Northern Inertia was elected Minister, while Goncar was elected Deputy Minister with 1 vote. There were 2 abstentions.[3]

Ministry of Immigration

With 7 votes and a majority, Anaaxes was elected Minister, while Aertaseren was elected Deputy Minister with 0 votes. There was 1 abstention.[4]