Number of mandates in the Sami parliamentary election in Norway in 2017, by party

Number of mandates in the Sami parliamentary election in Norway 2017, by party This statistic shows the number of mandates in the Sami parliamentary election in Norway on September 11, 2017, by party. Norske Samers Riksforbund was the largest party voted to Parliament and received 16 mandates. Arbeiderpartiet ranked second with nine mandates. Nordkalottfolket ranked third with three mandates received in the election. The Norwegian Sami Parliament (Sametinget) elections are held every four years. The next parliamentary election is set for September 2021.
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Number of mandates
Norske Samers Riksforbund16
Arbeiderpartiet9
Nordkalottfolket3
Norske Samers Riksforbud & Samefolkets parti*2
Senterpartiet2
Fremskrittspartiet1
Guovdageainnu Dálon searvi1
Høyre1
Johttisápmelaččaid listtu1
Samefolkets Parti1
Árja1
Åarjel-Saemiej-Gïelh1
Number of mandates
Norske Samers Riksforbund16
Arbeiderpartiet9
Nordkalottfolket3
Norske Samers Riksforbud & Samefolkets parti*2
Senterpartiet2
Fremskrittspartiet1
Guovdageainnu Dálon searvi1
Høyre1
Johttisápmelaččaid listtu1
Samefolkets Parti1
Árja1
Åarjel-Saemiej-Gïelh1
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This statistic shows the number of mandates in the Sami parliamentary election in Norway on September 11, 2017, by party. Norske Samers Riksforbund was the largest party voted to Parliament and received 16 mandates. Arbeiderpartiet ranked second with nine mandates. Nordkalottfolket ranked third with three mandates received in the election. The Norwegian Sami Parliament (Sametinget) elections are held every four years. The next parliamentary election is set for September 2021.
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Release date
September 2017
Region
Norway
Survey time period
September 11, 2017
Age group
18 years and older
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* Common party.

The Norwegian Sami Parliament (Sametinget) is elected every four years. There are 39 seats in the Norwegian Sami Parliament, distributed in accordance with a method known as proportional representation. The system guarantees that political parties gain seats in the Norwegian Sami Parliament in proportion to the number of votes cast for them throughout the country.
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