List of electoral systems by country

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This is a list of electoral systems used by countries to elect their legislatures and heads of states.

Country Body System Seats per District Total seats Threshold Information
 Alva Empress No direct election The Emperor or Empress of Alva is a hereditary position held by the Emperor or Empress of Goetia.
President Election by electoral college The President is elected for a renewable 4-year term by the Imperial Convention (Reichsversammlung), a non-standing constitutional body consisting of all sitting members of the Reichstag and the same number of delegates from the 7 states. The delegates are elected separately by state parliaments for the sole purpose of attending the Imperial Convention.
Chancellor Election by electoral college The Chancellor is elected for a renewable 4-year term by all sitting members of the Reichstag through a first-past-the-post voting system.
Reichsrat No direct election 70 The Reichsrat is composed of appointed representatives from each of the 7 states' governments.
Reichstag Instant runoff voting 1 278 5% Members of the Reichstag are elected by instant runoff voting every 4 years.
 Boaga Jauneketxea No direct election 200 Unelected upper house consisting of hereditary nobility.
Muntaia Open-list proportional representation 1-20 368 None The Muntaia elects MPs using an open list system at least once every four years. Voters may choose to vote for their preferred parties in rank order, and permit the part to make the allocation as published on the ballot, or, vote for a party's candidates in order. Voters must vote for their parties, voting for candidates is optional. Voting is voluntary from age 16.
 Chezzetcook Assemblée Législative Nanson Method 1 539 Members of the Assemblée Législative serve for a term of up to five years, with no limits on number of terms.
Congrès National Nanson Method 100 Members serve for life, or until age 65 whichever comes first.
President of Chezzetcook Nanson Method The president is elected by national vote every five years. The presidential ballot is not tied to party affiliations and is open to any citizen of Chezzetcook over 30 years of age, with a net worth of at least 10,000 Livre and who is not a criminal.
 Jinhang Parliament of Jinhang Mixed Member Proportional 1 and 50 121 5% the Parliament of Jinhang is elected by Mixed Member Proportional, it has 71 single member constituencies, and 50 proportional seats.
 Jungastia Congresso Nacional Open-list proportional representation 5-16 857 None The Congress elects deputies using an open list system, voters may choose to vote for their preferred parties in rank order, and permit the part to make the allocation as published on the ballot, or, vote for a party's candidates in order. Voters must vote for their parties, voting for candidates is optional. Voting is compulsory for all those 18-70 and voluntary from age 16.
 Kodeshia Emperor No direct election The Emperor is responsible for delineation and supervision of the policies of the Empire of Kodeshia. They have powers to issue decrees, order laws to be amended and they directly appoint the heads of the judiciary, the state radio and television networks, the commanders of the police and military forces, and thirty four of the one hundred members of the Imperial Council. The Emperor can also outlines elections guidelines and urge for the transparency.
Grand Chancellor First-past-the-post voting The Grand Chancellor is directly elected via secret ballot by plurality voting to a five-year term. The Grand Chancellor-elect is required to gain the Emperor's official approval before being sworn in before the National Representative Assembly.
Imperial Council Plurality block voting 1 300 The Imperial Council has 300 members who are either hereditary, appointed, or elected. It consists of 30 hereditary members who belong to the imperial family or the nobility, 125 appointed members who are distinguished politicians and scientists nominated by the Emperor in consultation with the Advisory Bodies, and 145 elected members who are either nobles or representatives from the administrative divisions. They are 18 counts, 33 viscounts and 66 barons, elected by their peers, for ten-year terms; 4 members of the Imperial Academy over the age of 30, elected by the academicians and nominated by the Emperor, for ten-year terms; and elected representatives over the age of 30 and for ten-year terms from each of the 24 administrative divisions including the 21 provinces, 1 Special Autonomous Province of Yuhai and 2 Special municipalities of Changhai and Jianghua plus the 1 Special Capital Region of Songhari . These members are elected by popular vote using plurality block voting , which means that each voter can cast as many votes as there are seats in their division, and the candidates with the most votes win the seats. They can be re-elected for multiple terms.
National Representative Assembly Instant runoff voting 1 550 6% The National Representative Assembly comprising 550 members elected by preferential voting for five-year terms, elected by and representing single member districts known as electoral divisions. It drafts legislation, ratifies international treaties, and approves the national budget. All parliamentary candidates and all legislation from the assembly must be approved by the Imperial Council. Voting is compulsory for all enrolled citizens 20 years and over in every jurisdiction as is enrolment.
File:Mespaliaflag.png Mespalia King Election by electoral college The King is elected by the National Assembly, a special electoral college consisting of members of the nobility and clergy, directly elected representatives, delegates of various interest groups, university rectors etc.
Assembly of the Estates No direct election 468 Assembly of the Estates consists of heads of high noble families and bishops of the Church of Mespalia.
General Assembly Open-list proportional representation 5-12 350 General Assembly is elected every four years by Mespalian citizens over the age of 21 using open list proportional representation.
 Ostboland Riksdag Open-list proportional representation 5-15 401 4% The Riksdag is elected every four years by Ostben citizens over the age of 18 using open list proportional representation. The 401 seats in the Riksdag are divided between 356 fixed seats, apportioned into functional constituencies, and 45 leveling seats.
Statsrådet No direct election 100 80 Members of the State Council are elected indirectly by an Electoral College (Valskola) made up of county councilors, municipal mayors, and parish councilors to serve staggered, 8 year terms. The remaining 20 Councilors are appointed by the Monarch to serve life terms. These life time appointments largely consisting of bishops, retired senior civil servants, or distinguished private citizens.
 Seratof Council of Magistrates Single non-transferable vote 4 128 Each province sends 4 magistrates regardless of their population to serve in the upper house to serve for 5 years.
Chamber of the Censors No direct election 17-39 83 Appointed by the regional parliaments with advice from the regional judiciary board. No term length set.
Seratofian People's Communion Single transferable vote 3-8 300 Members of the People's Assembly hall are elected using open list proportional representation with single transferable vote once every five years.
President of Seratof Two round system The president of Seratof is elected once every five years through a simple two round system.
 Rovsnoska Senate No direct election 100 Members and the head of the Senate are appointed by the Grand Marshal. To become a senator you must be 35 years old and be drawn from a pool of various specific categories.
National Assembly First-past-the-post voting 250 Anyone the age of 20 and above can vote for a member of the National Assembly. There are currently 250 seats, meaning each member of National Assembly represents around 200,000 Rovsnoski citizens.
Grand Marshal No direct election The Grand Marshal can veto any bill and pass legislation. Through a unanimous vote by the National Assembly the Grand Marshals legislation can be vetoed. This is only a last resort incase the Grand Marshal were to begin self destructive policies. The Grand Marshals can enact any law or any other executive decision at any time unless the unanimous vote were to occur, which has yet to happen.