2010 Civic Democratic Party leadership election

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  2008 19 June 2010 2012  
Turnout100.0%
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Nominee Petr Nečas
Party ODS
Electoral vote538
Percentage87%

Leader of ODS before election

Petr Nečas (acting)

Elected Leader of ODS

Petr Nečas

The Civic Democratic Party (ODS) leadership election of 2010 in the Czech Republic was a part of the party's congress. It was held after the party's unexpected victory in the legislative election. Petr Nečas was the only candidate in the election. [1]

617 delegates were allowed to vote, of which 601 votes were valid. Nečas received 538 votes and thus was elected. [2]

Voting

Petr NečasAgainst
53863

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References

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