2006 Czech municipal elections

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2006 Czech municipal elections
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  2002 20–21 October 2006 2010  
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Party ODS ČSSD KSČM
Popular vote39,353,95718,079,94211,730,243
Percentage36.2%16.6%10.8%

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Party KDU–ČSL SZ SNK European Democrats
Popular vote6,263,9805,475,8623,858,734
Percentage5,8%5.0%3.6%

Municipal elections were held in the Czech Republic on 20 October and 21 October 2006. The Civic Democratic Party received 35% of the vote, winning more seats than any other party. [1] [2]

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Results

PartyVotes%Seats
Civic Democratic Party 39,353,95736.207,033
Czech Social Democratic Party 18,079,94216.634,332
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia 11,730,24310.794,268
Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party 6,263,9805.765,049
Green Party 5,475,8625.04408
SNK European Democrats 3,858,7343.551,284
Vote for the City 1,097,8151.01185
Other parties22,837,14421.0239,867

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References

  1. Balík, Stanislav (20 November 2006). "Komunální volby 2006". revuepolitika.cz (in Czech). Retrieved 6 January 2017.
  2. Kyloušek, Jakub (22 November 2006). "Komunální volby 2006: analýza výsledků". cevro.cz (in Czech). Retrieved 6 January 2017.