2017 Norwegian Sámi parliamentary election

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2017 Norwegian Sámi parliamentary election
Sámi people
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All 39 seats in the Sámi Parliament
20 seats needed for a majority
Turnout70.3% Increase 2.5
President of the Sámi Parliament before President of the Sámi Parliament after
Vibeke Larsen (Arbeiderpartiet) (10328123535).jpg Vibeke Larsen
Independent
Aili Keskitalo
NSR
Keskitalo, Aili (Foto Kenneth Hætta) (37058259423).jpg

The 2017 Norwegian Sámi parliamentary election was held on 11 September 2017. All 39 seats in the Norwegian Sámi legislature, the Sámediggi, were up for election.

Results[edit]

Summary of the 11 September 2017 Norwegian Sámi parliamentary election results
Sami Parliament of Norway 2017.svg
Party Votes Seats
# % ± # ±
Norwegian Sámi Association (NSR) 3,796 32.3% +3.4% 18 +5
Norwegian Sámi Association (NSR) 3,303 28.1% +3.9% 16 +5
NSR/SfP 493 4.2% -0.5% 2 +0
Labour Party (Ap) 1,998 17.0% -4.1% 9 -1
Árja 911 7.7% -3.8% 1 -3
Centre Party (Sp) 889 7.6% +2.8% 2 +2
Progress Party (FrP) 879 7.5% -1.5% 1 -1
North Calotte People (NKF) 772 6.6% +2.2% 3 +0
Conservative Party (H) 752 6.4% -0.6% 1 -1
Šiella 389 3.3% 0
Šiella 272 2.3% 0
Sámi Democrats-Šiella 117 1.0% 0
Ávjovári Moving Sámi List (JSL) 291 2.5% -0.9% 1 +0
Sámi People's Party (SfP) 238 2.0% +0.2% 1 +1
People's Federation of the Saami (SFF) 204 1.7% 0
Åarjel-Saemiej Gïelh (ÅaSG) 200 1.7% -0.4% 1 -1
Guovdageainnu Residents List 177 1.5% 1
Jiehkkevárri 82 0.7% 0
Sámieana 78 0.7% 0
List of Permanent Residents 76 0.6% -2.0% 0 -1
Socialist Left Party (SV) 25 0.2% 0
Totals 11,925 100.0 39 ±0
Blank and invalid votes 196
Registered voters/turnout 16,958 70.3% +2.5%
Source: [1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Valgresultat.no". valgresultat.no. Retrieved 27 January 2022.