Andorra has celebrated the octaves this Sunday democratic elections to the General Council of its history and those with more political forces predisposed to lead the Government for the next four years: up to seven national and one territorial lists.
Participation in the general elections held this Sunday in Andorra has been 68.32%, once the polling stations closed, 2.7% more than in the elections of 2015, when it was 65.62%.
According to the data provided by the Andorran Government, at the close of the polling stations, of the 27,278 voters called to the polls, 18,638 have exercised their right to vote. The voter figures include the voting data for the Batllia, which has been 7,140 voters.
Thus, the vote for judicial deposit represents 26.17% of the electoral census. The percentage of final participation, by parishes (circumscriptions) has been as follows: Canillo, 72.48%; Encamp, 65.96%; Ordino, 77.68%; La Massana, 73.72%; Andorra la Vella, 62.89%; Sant Julià de Lòria, 70.46%; Escaldes-Engordany, 69.65%. A total of 128 voters have exercised their vote by mail, a figure that is included in the judicial vote.
Seven national options
The campaign has been fragmented between Demòcrates per Andorra (DA, which has been in the Government the last eight years) and those who aspire to change the trend: PS and L'A
There are seven national options but in general the campaign has been fragmented between Demòcrates per Andorra (DA, which has been in the Government the last eight years) and those who aspire to change the trend, among which Partit Socialdemòcrata (PS) and Liberals d 'Andorra (L'A) are the games with the most options.
Both Pere López (PS) and Jordi Gallardo (L'A) have expressed the last days of the campaign that do not rule out pacts to unseat DA, the candidate Xavier Espot, the Executive.