Senate election in 2010

Terms of the Senate election in 2010

1 st round
- Friday, October 15th and Saturday, 16th, 2010
(is announced by the President of the Czech Republic according to the §1 article 3 of the Act No. 247/1995 Coll., on the Election to the Parliament of the Czech Republic and will be held simultaneously with elections to the municipal authorities)
2 nd round
- Friday, October 22th and Saturday, 23th, 2010
(takes place on the 7th day after the 1st round according to the §76 article 1 of the Act No. 247/1995 Coll., on the Election to the Parliament of the Czech Republic)

Constituencies with election in 2010

constituency
number
capital senator before the election senator elected in 2010 election
1 Karlovy Vary Jan Horník (no party affiliation; TOP 09 and Mayors Caucus) Jan Horník (BEZPP)
4 Most Vlastimil Balín (KSČM; independent senator) Alena Dernerová (BEZPP)
7 Plzeň-jih Jiří Šneberger (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Dagmar Terelmešová (ČSSD)
10 Český Krumlov Tomáš Jirsa (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Tomáš Jirsa (ODS)
13 Tábor Pavel Eybert (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Pavel Eybert (ODS)
16 Beroun Jiří Oberfalzer (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Jiří Oberfalzer (ODS)
19 Praha 11 Jan Nádvorník (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Milan Pešák (ODS)
22 Praha 10 Jaromír Štětina (no party affiliation; TOP 09 and Mayors Caucus) Jaromír Štětina (BEZPP)
25 Praha 6 Karel Schwarzenberg (TOP 09; TOP 09 and Mayors Caucus) (elected to the Chamber of Deputies on May 29, 2010) Petr Bratský (ODS)
28 Mělník Jiří Nedoma (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Veronika Vrecionová (ODS)
31 Ústí n. Labem Pavel Sušický (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Jaroslav Doubrava (S.cz)
34 Liberec Přemysl Sobotka (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Přemysl Sobotka (ODS)
37 Jičín Jiří Liška (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Josef Táborský (ČSSD)
40 Kutná Hora Bedřich Moldan (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Jaromír Strnad (ČSSD)
43 Pardubice Jiří Stříteský (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Miluše Horská (BEZPP)
46 Ústí n. Orlicí Ludmila Müllerová (TOP 09; TOP 09 and Mayors Caucus) Petr Šilar (KDU-ČSL)
49 Blansko Vlastimil Sehnal (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Jozef Regec (ČSSD)
52 Jihlava Václav Jehlička (no party affiliation; TOP 09 and Mayors Caucus) Miloš Vystrčil (ODS)
55 Brno-venkov Tomáš Julínek (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Jan Žaloudík (BEZPP)
58 Brno-město Rostislav Slavotínek (KDU-ČSL; independent senator) Stanislav Juránek (KDU-ČSL)
61 Olomouc Jan Hálek (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Martin Tesařík (ČSSD)
64 Bruntál Jiří Žák (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Jaroslav Palas (ČSSD)
67 Nový Jičín Milan Bureš (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Zdeněk Besta (ČSSD)
70 Ostrava-město Liana Janáčková (no party affiliation; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Antonín Maštalíř (ČSSD)
73 Frýdek-Místek Igor Petrov (SNK; TOP 09 and Mayors Caucus) Petr Gawlas (ČSSD)
76 Kroměříž Zdeněk Janalík (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Miloš Malý (ČSSD)
79 Hodonín Alena Venhodová (ODS; Civic Democratic Party Caucus) Zdeněk Škromach (ČSSD)

Note: Click on the constituency number and you will get a summary of the constituency (in Czech only).

Abbreviations of political parties and movements:

KDU-ČSL
Christian Democratic Union - Czechoslovak People’s Party
KSČM
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia
ODS
Civic Democratic Party
SNK
Association of Independent Candidates
TOP 09
TOP 09 and Mayors Party
S.cz
Severočeši.cz
BEZPP
no party affiliation

Summary according to party affiliation (before election):

Civic Democratic Party Caucus19
TOP 09 and Mayors Caucus6
Independent senators2
altogether27

List of candidates to 1/3 of the Senate (on CZSO’s Election Server)


Act No. 247/1995 Coll., on the Election to the Parliament of the Czech Republic

§ 1 article 3

The election to the Parliament of the Czech Republic is announced by the President no later that 90 days before the election day. The decree of announcement of the election is published in the Collection of Laws. The day when the part of the Collection of Laws comprising the decree of announcement of the election is circulated is considered the day of announcement of the election.

§ 76 article 1

In case that no candidate obtains the quorum required to the election according to the § 75, the District Authority in the constituency capital arranges the 2nd round which is to take place on the 7th day after the end of voting in 1st round.