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Congress of Japan
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General Information
Country JapanJapan
Headquarters Flag-Japan.jpg Tokyo
Established 1st December, 2007
Part of Japan
Type Congress

The Congressional elections take place on the 25th day of each month. Only the top 5 parties can make nominations for Congress candidates.

Until October 2008, Congressional Elections were held as part of the general elections which included both Presidential & Congressional Elections and they were held on the 1st of each month. Up to this point, citizens voted for the party list in a certain region, not the individual Congress candidates.

From October 2008 up to September 2012, citizens voted for an individual candidate on a party list in a certain region. As of September 2012, citizens vote for lists of party representatives instead of individual candidates which is valid for a whole country, not a certain region.

The first Congressional elections in Icon-Japan.png Japan were held on eDay 11 (1 December 2007) when the first ever general elections were held in the New World.

Congress elections in Japan

Numbers of Congress seats by parties

Party Seats The last month present in the Congress
Imperial Sun Party 1029 January 2024
The Last Samurai 964 January 2024
Constantine the Great 737 May 2022
Shinsengumi Party 598 August 2019
Devizni penzioneri 478 January 2024
Jinmin Sensen 464 January 2024
United Lolies of Japan 359 July 2016
Godzilla Party 198 November 2011
Ichirin No Hana 140 December 2023
National Alliance Party 128 January 2010
JC Sanctuary 123 October 2017
SOS party 113 January 2011
Dai Nippon Party 108 March 2015
Tequila Fitness Club 102 December 2009
Democratic Party of Japan 80 November 2012
SOS Brigade (June 2022 - February 2023) 73 February 2023
Japanese Dioist Movement 62 December 2011
Orange Party 35 August 2009
SOS Brigade (February 2013 - September 2013) 31 September 2013
Japanese Labour Party 25 January 2009
National Party of Japan 24 March 2009
Sakurakai 24 July 2012
Liberal Party of Japan 22 May 2009
The Bushido Party 19 January 2009
Moriya Jinja 14 May 2012
Scorpion Clan 7 April 2010
Imperial Sun Party and Dio 7 May 2023
Kageki Minshutou 6 June 2009
The Sumo Fitness Club 4 February 2010
Tea Party 4 October 2011
Nihon Jinmin 4 January 2024
Korea Independence Movement 2 November 2008
Imperial Sock Puppets 2 July 2009

Last update: January 2024

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