|President||Duke Leighton Weston|
|Student wing||White Rose Students|
|Youth wing||White Rose Youths|
|Ideology||Luthorian nationalism, economic liberalism, conservatism, centralism, neoliberalism, religious conservatism|
|Political position||Right-Wing to Far-Right|
White Rose is a political party in Luthori founded in 4216. Since then, it has run in most elections, becoming a major party in the nation.
The party restructures himself and does not participate in the 4784-4785 elections.
- 1 History
- 1.1 In the opposition
- 1.2 Stinson II Cabinet
- 1.3 Hopkins II Cabinet
- 1.4 In the opposition
- 1.5 Johnson Cabinet
- 1.6 Reichert Cabinet
- 1.7 Confidence and supply to the Pope William's Cabinet III
- 1.8 Weston II Cabinet
- 1.9 In the opposition
- 1.10 Newton I Cabinet
- 1.11 In the opposition
- 1.12 Allen I and Weston I Cabinets
- 1.13 Weston II Cabinet
- 1.14 T. Weston cabinets (4702-4712)
- 1.15 In the opposition (4712-4717)
- 1.16 T. Weston IV Cabinet (4719-4725)
- 1.17 In the opposition (4725-4729)
- 1.18 Governmental participation (4729-today)
- 1.19 Smith I Cabinet (4751-4757)
- 1.20 National-communist revolution (4758-4763)
- 1.21 The rise in popularity (4763-4777)
- 1.22 First opposition party (4777-4782)
- 1.23 Restructuration (4782-4787)
- 1.24 First cabinet of Duke Leighton Weston (4788-4793)
- 1.25 Right Coalition (4792-4802)
- 1.26 In the opposition (4803-4805)
- 1.27 White Rose - Holy Party government and decline (4806-4813)
- 1.28 In the opposition (4813-4815)
- 1.29 Anti-fascist cabinets (4815-4823)
- 1.30 Growth in the opposition (4823-4837)
- 1.31 Governments with the far-right (4838-4850)
- 1.32 Far-right opposition (4850-today)
- 2 Electoral Results
History[edit | edit source]
In 4622, the party makes one of its worst results.
In 4623, the party continues its decline.
In 4628, the party makes its worst score since many years. In 4639, the party enters in the Kingston Cabinet I. The Cabinet almost lasted a year but did not accomplish much. It fell when the PP decided to vote in favor of a no-confidence motion of the LDP after the HLC had laid out its conditions for giving its support and confidence for the cabinet. These conditions were judged unacceptable by the PP members.
In 4640, the party participates in the Hopkins I Cabinet.
In the 4644 election, the party loses half the seats it had and suffers from a historical defeat.
The party continues its decline in 4645 and returns to the opposition
In the opposition[edit | edit source]
The party recovers in 4649 and wins 27 seats. It is also the first party in the region of Orange with 17.82 %, just ahead of the CPL.
In 4651, the party wins 11 seats.
In 4653, after the 2-year political crisis, the party wins 1 seat.
Stinson II Cabinet[edit | edit source]
Hopkins II Cabinet[edit | edit source]
The party enters in the Hopkins II Cabinet after the election. It manages to quickly pass most of its program but the JPL votes in favour of an early election motion while not resigning, which ends de-facto the cabinet agreement.
After the 4655 early election, the party suffers from heavy losses and loses 21 seats.
In the opposition[edit | edit source]
After the election, the party recieves 10.57 % of the vote and gains 10 seats.
It then enters in the Johnson Cabinet.
Johnson Cabinet[edit | edit source]
The Johnson Cabinet is interrupted by the dissolution of the JPL. An early election was called in 4670.
The party results stay stable and White Rose gains 2 seats. After the negotiations, the party enters in the Reichert Cabinet.
Reichert Cabinet[edit | edit source]
The party participated in the Reichert Cabinet. Pronography was legalised and the number of seats in the Diet was reduced to 150.
Confidence and supply to the Pope William's Cabinet III[edit | edit source]
The party gave its support and confidence to Pope William's Cabinet III until November 4678.
Weston II Cabinet[edit | edit source]
The party gained a record nomber of votes at the November 4678 election and led the Weston II Cabinet after a poltiical crisis that lasted 2 years. After the dissolution of the PP, another election was called, where WR lost many votes.
In the opposition[edit | edit source]
The party was relegated in the opposition to the Lion Cabinet.
The Maker I Cabinet took place and left the party in the opposition.
Newton I Cabinet[edit | edit source]
This cabinet lasted one year before the People's Reform decided to quit and form a cabinet with their left-wing allies.
In the opposition[edit | edit source]
Therefore, the party is in the opposition the the Maker II Cabinet.
Allen I and Weston I Cabinets[edit | edit source]
White Rose was then part of the Allen I Cabinet and led the Weston II Cabinet.
Weston I Cabinet[edit | edit source]
The party forms the Weston I Cabinet after the 4693 election. The cabinet lasted until its member parties dissolved.
In the opposition[edit | edit source]
The party was relegated in the opposition after a communist cabinet, the Maker III Cabinet, was established. The new communist cabinet benefited from the dissolution of the member parties of the Weston I Cabinet and renamed the country to People's Republic of Luthori. The move was strongly opposed by White Rose who won the next election
Weston II Cabinet[edit | edit source]
After the election, the party won a majority of seats and 48.88 % of the votes. It then formed the Weston II Cabinet and repealed most of the changes made by the communists.
T. Weston cabinets (4702-4712)[edit | edit source]
After the election in 4702, White Rose kept its first place but lost its absolute majorityof seats, with only 31.40 % of the votes gathered. Thomas Weston became prime minister in the T. Weston I Cabinet with 4 other parties. The People's Council size was increased from 90 seats to 350 seats.
An early election was called in 4704 following the dissolution following the dissolution of the FVA, which was part of the cabinet. White Rose stayed the first party and the T. Weston II Cabinet was formed, this time with the Luthorian Fascists and with the support of the SDP.
Following the dissolution of the RWCPL, another early election was called in 4706. The White Rose confirmed its first place with 37.08 % of the votes won. The political crisis continued in 4707 with the dissolution of the Luthorian Fascists and a new early election. This time, the White Rose reached 42 % of the votes and a stable government, the T. Weston III Cabinet could be formed with the support of the SDP.
The cabinet passed an ecological reform removing regulations, as well as hunting and fishing quotas. It also passed a reform making adultery a capital offense, trade unions illegal and the nationalisation of all banks and houses.
These reforms were criticized by the communist parties and the extra-parliamentary opposition.
In the opposition (4712-4717)[edit | edit source]
In 4712, the party endures a huge electoral defeat. It loses more than half of its seats and becomes the third party with 19.51 % of the votes. While the far-right Royalists became the first political force, their party dissolves only a few months after the election. This left the communist with a majority in the parliament and the White Rose was the main opposition party to the communist policies.
In 4717, the party became the first political force again but with only 20.89 % of the votes.
T. Weston IV Cabinet (4719-4725)[edit | edit source]
White Rose manages to form a cabinet with the LDU and the HM in 4719. The cabinet abolishes many communist reforms and passe reactionary laws. Membership in the Holy Luthori Church becomes mandatory and blasphemy becomes prosecuted again.
In 4722, the party only loses 4 seats but the cabinet loses its majority. A political crisis starts and early elections take place in 4723 and 4724. The party maintains its results around 20 % of the votes.
In the opposition (4725-4729)[edit | edit source]
In 4725, the LDU makes an agreement with the communists and form the Ferina I Cabinet without the White Rose to take care of the urgent affairs. This move is criticized by the White Rose.
Luthori became a Republic as the LDU became a republic party. The Imperial Diet was changed to National Assembly and the office of the president was restored. White Rose still supported the Empire.
Governmental participation (4729-today)[edit | edit source]
Surge and T. Weston V Cabinet (4729-4734)[edit | edit source]
In 4729, the party receives a large amount of support and becomes the first party of the country with 29.39 % of the votes. This success, combined with a majority for the pro-empire, reactionary opposition lead to the formation of the T. Weston V Cabinet in 4729.
The cabinet of Thomas Weston passed multiple reactionary laws undoing what the previous socialist-led cabinet had done. The social security budget was decreased by 10 billions, euthanasia was made illegal, abortion was banned except in case of medical emergency, homosexual marriage was also banned. The cabinet also pursued a neoliberal economic policy.
This cabinet was in office under the presidency of Michael Hewitt and saw an unprecedented presidential crisis, where the government decided to "censure" the president after the negative comment concerning the government he had made in international press releases.
The government gained a two-third majority due to the dissolution of left-wing parties during the legislature and restored the Empire in November 4731. The country was renamed Holy Luthorian Empire, the President was replaced by the Imperator.
In February 4732, the National Assembly was renamed Imperial Diet, the Regions were renamed Duchies and the Prime Minister was renamed Imperial Seal Bearer.
In the 4734 election, the party loses its first place and becomes the second party of the country with 22.96 % of the votes, a decrease of 6.44 %, while its ally, the LCP, wins the election with 28.81 % of the votes. The White Rose loses votes in every duchy but stays the first party in Northriding and Erneshire. In Shipleyriding, the party only gains 4.44 % of the votes, while the LCP wins 55.05 % of the votes in the duchy.
The WR-LCP government however keeps its majority with 82 seats out of 150.
Jackson I Cabinet (4734-4740)[edit | edit source]
Following the defeat of the party in the election, the new prime minister becomes Tina Jackson from the LCP at the head of an LCP-WR cabinet. The cabinet pursues the work of the previous Weston government: death penalty is restored, open homosexuality is banned in the military, retirement age is increased to 65 years old, public transports are no more subsidized by the government, compulsory work for able-bodied prisoners is implemented. Blasphemy also becomes a criminal offense, the government becoming more and more aligned with religious fundamentalist and far-right positions. The Duke Thomas Weston becomes minister of Internal Affairs.
In the 4739 election, White Rose loses a large share of votes. The party receives 9.21 % of the votes, a decrease of 13.75 % and 12 seats, a decrease of 24. In Erneshire, the WR stays the first party with 19.87 % of the votes but scores below 10 % in other duchies.
Following the dissolution of new political parties and the failure of negotiations, an early election is called for 4740.
The party improves its results gaining 13.50 % of the votes and 19 seats this time. That is an increase of 4.29 % but not enough to compensate for the losses in the last election. In Erneshire, the White Rose loses the first place to the HLC.
Jackson II Cabinet (4740-4750)[edit | edit source]
The Jackson II Cabinet lasted 10 years and passed reactionary reforms. It expanded death penalty removed economic regulations, privatised public services and finally banned abortion in all cases.
In the 4745 election, the cabinet was one seat short of a majority and a political crisis ensued. Regional elections took place the same year. The White Rose won one governor.
Defeat in the 4747 election[edit | edit source]
The 4747 parliamentary election is a large defeat for the White Rose. The party goes from 22 to 8 seats with only 5.92 % of the votes.
In the 4750 regional election, the party loses its sole governor with bad results.
Smith I Cabinet (4751-4757)[edit | edit source]
After passing a year in the opposition, the WR takes part in another cabinet in September 4751. This cabinet was less active than the previous ones. Its main reforms are: mandatory vaccination for children, equality between men and women in the army and the legalisation of recreational drugs.
This cabinet is also marked by a Health Reform legalising abortion which was repealed two years later. Changes that provoked confusion.
National-communist revolution (4758-4763)[edit | edit source]
In 4758, the far-right and far-left parties took power and proclaimed the national-communist revolution on 16 February 4758 when the Dalton II Cabinet was formed. The authoritarian policies of the cabinet ended after the 4762 election when the coalition only gained 31 % of the votes.
It is also a bad result for the White Rose with only 8.92 % of the votes.
The rise in popularity (4763-4777)[edit | edit source]
After the revolution, the electoral results of the White Rose kept increasing, except in 4766. The White Roses takes part in the Kennedy I Cabinet between 4763 and 4768 which passed religious authoritarian laws.
The party keeps gaining popularity, participates in multiple cabinets and reaches 26.48 % of the votes in the 4772 election.
In the 4775 regional election, the party gains two governors.
First opposition party (4777-4782)[edit | edit source]
The party manages to still gain more than twenty percent of the votes at every election, but the right and far-right experiences a downturn. In 4777, the Franck I Cabinet is sworn in and pushes left-wing reforms. The cabinet also repeals the religious authoritarian laws passed by the previous cabinets.
In the 4780 regional election, the White Roses loses its two governors and the right/far-right coalitions loses two other duchies.
In the 4782 election, however, the White Rose becomes the first party with 24.13 % of the votes. Nor the left or the right-wing alliances win a majority of seats due to the entrance of the LDP in the Diet.
Restructuration (4782-4787)[edit | edit source]
The party then decides to restructure itself and does not participate in the 4784 election. This allows the Socialist Party to take power and pass social-democratic, progressive laws. This move was criticised by the White Rose and called anti-democratic.
First cabinet of Duke Leighton Weston (4788-4793)[edit | edit source]
The party does not participate in the 4787 imperatorial election, which is won by Tom Jones. However, the parliamentary election is a victory for the White Rose which gains a plurality of votes (28 %).
The government completely bans euthanasia and abortion, positive discrimination or gender reassignment surgery. Sales tax on essential goods is abolished.
Right Coalition (4792-4802)[edit | edit source]
In 4792, the Right Coalition is formed. It is an alliance of right-wing to far-right parties formed by Duke Leighton Weston. The next cabinet was formed by Duke Marcus Weston. The duke pursued the ultra-conservative and economically liberal reforms of its predecessor. The Alliance always wins over 50 % of the votes in the next elections and John Clay of the Luthorian Conservative Party becomes Imperial Seal Bearer in 4798. The alliance kept the conservatives in power until its dissolution in 4802. Duke Leighton Weston was elected Imperator three times with the support of the coalition: in 4792, 4800 and 4802.
In the opposition (4803-4805)[edit | edit source]
After the July 4803 Luthorian parliamentary election, the party sits in the opposition, since the right-wing to far-right LCP decided to ally with the left in the Garza I Cabinet while Duke Leighton Weston is defeated by John Detmer in the July 4803 Luthorian imperatorial election.
White Rose - Holy Party government and decline (4806-4813)[edit | edit source]
In 4805, the White Rose gains 34 % of the votes and forms a cabinet with the Holy Party of Luthori under the leadership of Duke Marcus Weston. The new government passed very conservative laws, until the government was defeated in the polls in 4810. The government stayed in power as a caretaker cabinet
In December 4811, Duke Marcus Weston lost the imperatorial election with 43.14 % of the votes against Count William of Hurrington and the White Rose quickly lost votes. In the 4813 Luthorian parliamentary election, the party only gained 14 % of the votes and was ousted from power.
In the opposition (4813-4815)[edit | edit source]
The White Rose was in the opposition for two years, during the Hurrington I Cabinet. The far-right cabinet did not last long but managed to ban interracial sex and homosexuality.
Anti-fascist cabinets (4815-4823)[edit | edit source]
From 4815, despite still losing votes, the White Rose participated in anti-fascist cabinets with the left. The goal of the Manstad I Cabinet was to oppose the rise of the far-right in Luthori. The cabinet legalised interracial sex and banned judicial corporal punishments.
Growth in the opposition (4823-4837)[edit | edit source]
After a defeat in the 4823 Luthorian parliamentary election where the party only gained 7.54 % of the votes and 10 seats, the White Rose sat in the benches of the opposition for 15 years. During those 15 years, the party recovered very slowly.
In the November 4837 Luthorian parliamentary election, the party gained 18.85 % of the votes, after supporting the far-right candidate Count William of Hurrington in the 4837 Luthorian imperatorial election.
Governments with the far-right (4838-4850)[edit | edit source]
In the 4838, the White Rose decided to fully endorse the far-right and participated in the Hurrington II Cabinet.
The biggest reforms of the government were the implementation of racial segregations, the censorship of medias and the implementation of judicial corporal punishment.
A wave of anti-governmental protests erupted in 4840. The Deputy Imperial Seal Bearer Jake Crawler decided to ban all left-wing demonstrations in the country.
The cabinet pursued the far-right reforms of the previous Hurrington II Cabinet.
However, in 4846 until 4849, a political crisis erupted as the AFU abstained or support two left-wing reforms going against the government plans. A deal between the three parties was made and led to the formation of the Middleton I Cabinet in March 4849, after two early elections where the government kept its majority.
Most of the left-wing reforms were repealed in 4849.
Despite being the largest party, the far-right lost its majority in the 4851 Luthorian parliamentary election and an anti-fascist cabinet gained power.
Far-right opposition (4850-today)[edit | edit source]
The new cabinet cabinet passed progressive reforms and desegregated the country.
In January 4855, the Luthorian Conservative Party cancelled the Confidence and Supply agreement and called for an early election. The reason invoked was that most coalition parties did not reach out to the LCP to work on an agreement.
The 4855 Luthorian parliamentary election gave the anti-fascist majority 79 seats and the fascist 71 seats. The Jennings I Cabinet stayed in power, but without a political program due to divergence of views between the partners.
Despite that, the far-right candidates of the National Movement were re-elected in the imperatorial elections with the support of the White Rose.
Electoral Results[edit | edit source]
Parliamentary elections[edit | edit source]
|4564||25.31||9.9 %||71||4564-4567 : in government
4567-4569 : in opposition
|January 4569||7.49||17.82 %||129||In opposition||6th|
|August 4569||7.72||0.22 %||1||In opposition||5th|
|4571||10.54||2.82 %||9||In opposition||5th|
|4573||7.06||3.48 %||24||In opposition||7th|
|4578||7.65||0.59 %||4||In opposition||5th|
|4583||11.13||3.49 %||22||In government||5th|
|4585||13.13||2.00 %||12||In government||3rd|
|4586||9.08||4.05 %||24||In government||5th|
|4589||9.87||0.80 %||5||In opposition||5th|
|4591||14.67||4.80 %||30||CPL-WR Coalition||3rd|
|4593||13.50||1.18 %||8||In opposition||4th|
|4596||16.71||3.21 %||20||In opposition||4th|
|4599||15.68||1.03 %||6||The Democratic Coalition||3rd|
|4601||16.03||0.35 %||0||The Democratic Coalition||4th|
|4603||15.47||0.56 %||2||The Democratic Coalition||4th|
|4604||14.61||0.86 %||6||The Second Triumvirate||3rd|
|4608||10.71||3.90 %||24||In opposition||4th|
|4611||7.67||3.04 %||18||Urquhart Cabinet I||4th|
|4613||8.31||0.64 %||2||Urquhart Cabinet I||4th|
|4617||9.40||1.08 %||9||In opposition||5th|
|4619||9.48||0.08 %||0||In opposition||5th|
|August 4619||11.91||2.43 %||14||Urquhart Cabinet II||5th|
|4620||11.90||0.01 %||0||In opposition (4620-4621)||5th|
|In opposition (4622)|
|4622||6.87||5.03 %||30||In opposition||8th|
|4623||6.43||0.44 %||3||In opposition||7th|
|4624||7.72||1.29 %||8||Daeva Cabinet I||6th|
|4628||4.60||3.12 %||18||In opposition||8th|
|4632||10.23||5.63 %||34||Franklin III||5th|
|4635||12.83||2.60 %||16||In opposition||3rd|
|October 4635||12.17||0.66 %||5||Franklin IV||4th|
|4638||9.66||2.51 %||14||Kingston I||7th|
|4640||8.52||1.14 %||8||Hopkins I||7th|
|4644||4.38||4.14 %||26||Hopkins I||8th|
|4645||3.40||0.98 %||5||In opposition||8th|
|4649||7.90||4.50 %||27||In opposition||7th|
|4651||9.58||1.68 %||11||In opposition||5th|
|4653||9.84||0.26 %||1||In opposition||7th|
|4655||11.07||1.24 %||4||In opposition||4th|
|4660||14.13||3.06 %||17||Stinson II||3rd|
|4662||12.72||1.41 %||8||Hopkins II||3rd|
|4665||8.50||4.22 %||21||In opposition||4th|
|4666||10.57||2.07 %||10||Johnson I||6th|
|4674||9.06||1.90 %||50||Pope William III (C&S)||6th|
|4677||18.14||9.08 %||14||Pope William III (C&S)||2nd|
|4678||25.34||7.20 %||13||Pope William III (C&S)||1st|
|November 4678||29.87||4.53 %||5||Weston I||1st|
|4680||22.08||7.78 %||13||In opposition||2nd|
|4682||12.97||9.12 %||13||In opposition||5th|
|4687||11.64||1.33 %||2||Newton I||4th|
|4691||11.28||0.36 %||1||Allen I||5th|
|4693||21.40||10.12 %||16||Weston I||1st|
|4694||16.37||5.03 %||10||In opposition||4th|
|4697||48.88||35.52 %||22||Weston II||1st|
|4702||31.40||14.48 %||14||T. Weston I||1st|
|4704||30.13||1.27 %||76||T. Weston II||1st|
|4706||37.08||6.95 %||25||T. Weston II||1st|
|4707||42.14||5.06 %||16||T. Weston III||1st|
|4712||19.51||22.62 %||80||In opposition||3rd|
|4717||20.89||1.37 %||37||T. Weston IV||1st|
|4722||19.01||1.88 %||4||T. Weston IV||2nd|
|4723||19.63||0.63 %||1||T. Weston IV||3rd|
|4724||21.72||2.09 %||4||In opposition||2nd|
|4729||29.39||7.67 %||15||T. Weston V||1st|
|4734||22.96||6.44 %||12||Jackson I||2nd|
|4739||9.21||13.75 %||24||Jackson I||7th|
|4740||13.50||4.29 %||7||Jackson II||3rd|
|4745||14.60||1.10 %||3||Jackson II||5th|
|4747||5.92||8.68 %||14||Jackson II||7th|
|4748||6.33||0.41 %||0||Jackson II||7th|
|4749||7.98||1.65 %||43||Jackson II||7th|
|September 4749||8.20||0.21 %||2||In opposition||6th|
|4751||12.50||4.30 %||27||Smith I||5th|
|4756||12.72||0.22 %||2||Smith I||5th|
|4757||13.22||0.49 %||3||Simeon I||5th|
|4762||8.29||4.92 %||31||Kennedy I||7th|
|4765||18.40||10.11 %||24||Kennedy I||2nd|
|4766||15.93||2.47 %||6||James I||3rd|
|4769||24.35||8.42 %||157||Tremmes I||2nd|
|4772||26.48||2.13 %||9||Tremmes I||2nd|
|4777||20.93||5.54 %||98||In opposition||2nd|
|4782||24.13||3.20 %||9||In opposition||1st|
|4784||Did not participate|
|4787||27.58||New||98||Leighton Weston I||1st|
|4792||Inside the Right Coalition||26||M. Weston I, M. Weston II||1st|
|4797||Inside the Right Coalition||17||Clay I||2nd|
|4800||Inside the Right Coalition||15||Clay I||1st|
|4802||Inside the Right Coalition||6||Clay I||1st|
|4803||24.87||3.61 %||12||Clay I||1st|
|July 4803||24.84||0.03 %||1||In opposition||2nd|
|4805||33.86||9.02 %||35||Marcus Weston III||1st|
|4810||21.46||12.40 %||19||Marcus Weston III||1st|
|4811||20.13||1.33 %||2||Marcus Weston III||1st|
|4813||14.03||6.09 %||11||In opposition||3rd|
|4815||13.56||0.48 %||1||Manstad I||5th|
|4820||10.94||2.62 %||3||Manstad II||5th|
|4823||7.54||3.40 %||6||In opposition||6th|
|4828||8.68||1.14 %||1||In opposition||6th|
|July 4828||7.65||1.03 %||0||In opposition||7th|
|4833||11.77||4.12 %||6||In opposition||5th|
|June 4833||13.87||2.10 %||4||In opposition||4th|
|4837||13.04||0.83 %||1||In opposition||4th|
|Nov 4837||18.85||5.81 %||8||Hurrington II||3rd|
|4842||14.34||4.52 %||6||Hurrington III||4th|
|4847||17.37||3.04 %||4||Hurrington III||3rd|
|4848||16.06||1.31 %||2||Middleton I||2nd|
|4851||23.28||7.22 %||12||In opposition||1st|
|4855||18.95||4.34 %||8||In opposition||1st|
|4858||15.97||2.98 %||3||In opposition||2nd|
|4859||14.72||1.25 %||2||Williams I||4th|
|4861||14.98||0.26 %||1||Williams I||3rd|
|4863||Part of CUL||1||Opposition||2nd (CUL)|
|4869||23.08||2.00 %||2||Support (Belmont I)||2nd|
|4878||Part of CUL||5||Golwater II Cabinet||2nd|
|4879||4||Golwater II Cabinet||1st|
|4880||2||Golwater II Cabinet||1st|
|4885||7||Golwater II Cabinet||1st|
|4896||0||Stinson I Cabinet||1st|
|4901||0||Stinson I Cabinet||1st|
|4905||5||Stinson I Cabinet||1st|
Regional elections[edit | edit source]
|Date||Duchy diets seats||+/-||Duchy governments||Dukes/Duchess|
|4785||Did not participate in this election|
By region[edit | edit source]
|4785||Did not participate in this election|
Local elections[edit | edit source]