2012 Czech Senate election

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Senate elections for a third of the Senate were held in the Czech Republic on 12 and 13 October 2012, [1] with a second round of voting on 19 and 20 October.

Czech Republic Republic in Central Europe

The Czech Republic, also known by its short-form name, Czechia, is a landlocked country in Central Europe bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the northeast. The Czech Republic covers an area of 78,866 square kilometres (30,450 sq mi) with a mostly temperate continental climate and oceanic climate. It is a unitary parliamentary republic, with 10.6 million inhabitants; its capital and largest city is Prague, with 1.3 million residents. Other major cities are Brno, Ostrava, Olomouc and Pilsen. The Czech Republic is a member of the European Union (EU), NATO, the OECD, the United Nations, the OSCE, and the Council of Europe.

Results

PartyFirst roundSecond roundSeats
Votes%Votes%WonTotal+/–
Czech Social Democratic Party 199,95722.74207,06440.281346+7
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia 153,33517.4479,66315.50120
Civic Democratic Party 151,95017.28117,99022.95415-10
Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party 61,0066.9414,9952.9214-2
TOP+STAN 57,9076.599,9181.9324+1
Party of Free Citizens 15,5881.7700-
ANO 2011 14,5031.6500-
Party of Civic Rights – Zemanovci 10,8941.2400-
KDU–CSL-SZ 10,2021.160
Severočeši.cz 9,2021.050
National Socialists – 21st Century Left 8,8741.010
Ostravak8,3640.959,2321.801
SNK European Democrats 8,3090.950
Suverenita-Strana zdravého rozumu8,0360.910
KDU–CSL-Independent Choice7,5780.8610,2712.001
Green Party 7,3960.8410,7562.0911+1
CSSDKDU–CSLSZ 6,3700.720
Public Affairs 6,2850.710
KDU–CSL-SZ–HNHRM5,8940.670
Labour Party5,7440.650
Strana soukromniku Ceske republiky5,7420.650
Pirate Party 5,5200.6311,8072.3011+1
Spojeni demokrate - Sdruzeni nezavislych5,1450.590
STAN+ZHN4,7360.540
STAN 4,4600.510
STAN–SLK–TOP 4,4060.500
Communist Party of Czechoslovakia 4,2960.490
Nova budoucnost pro Liberecky kraj4,0270.460
SZ–HNHRM–B103,4870.400
Sovereignty – Jana Bobošíková Bloc 3,4760.400
Conservative Party 2,7890.320
Pirate Party 2,4270.280
Sdruzeni nestraniku2,3420.270
Hnuti na podporu dobrov.hasicu a dal.dobrovolniku2,2890.260
Nestranici1,8570.210
Prazane za sva prava1,7360.200
Dissatisfied Citizens1,5450.180
Semilaci1,1990.140
Moravané 5890.070
Balbinova poeticka strana4340.050
Koruna česká 3190.040
Czech National Socialist Party 3110.040
Czech Movement for National Unity1350.020
Independents49,1495.5930,9016.012
Invalid/blank votes96,289
Total975,511100514,09210027
Registered voters/turnout2,795,40534.90
Source: Volby.cz, IFES

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