2013 Norwegian Sámi parliamentary election

The 2013 Norwegian Sámi parliamentary election was held on 9 September 2013, simultaneously with the 2013 Norwegian parliamentary election. All 39 seats in the Norwegian Sámi parliament, the Sámediggi, were up for election.

2013 Norwegian Sámi parliamentary election

 2009 9 September 2013 2017 

All 39 seats in the Sámi Parliament
20 seats needed for a majority
Turnout67.8% 0.2
PartyLeader % Seats +/–
NSR Aili Keskitalo 24.2% 11 0
Labour Vibeke Larsen 21.1% 10 -4
Árja Laila Susanne Vars 11.5% 4 +1
NKF Toril Bakken Kåven 4.3% 3 +2
Progress Aud Martinsen 9.0% 2 -1
Conservative Anne-Marit Eira 7.0% 2 +1
NSR/SfP Beaska Niillas 4.7% 2 0
Åarjel-Saemiej Gielh Ellinor Marita Jåma 2.1% 2 +1
Kautokeino Residents List Isak Mathis O. Hætta 2.7% 1 +1
Ávjovári Moving Sámi List Per A. Bæhr 3.3% 1 -1
Sámi in the South Marie Therese Nordsletta Aslaksen 1.2% 1 +1
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
President of the Sámi Parliament before President of the Sámi Parliament after
Egil Olli
Labour
Aili Keskitalo
NSR

The election resulted in a hung parliament, with Aili Keskitalo of the Norwegian Sámi Association taking the presidency through a minority coalition.


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