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1986 Belgian regional elections

On 26 October 1986, regional elections were held in the German-speaking Community of Belgium, to choose representatives for the Council of the German-speaking Community. They were the first elections to the Council after the German Cultural Community was changed into the German-speaking Community, with more autonomy, an own executive body, and elections that were held separately from the national legislative elections.

Following the election, the CSP and PFF formed a government led by Joseph Maraite.

Party 1986 1981 change
% seats % seats % seats
Christian Social Party (CSP) 37,01% 10 34,7% 9 +2,31% +1
Party of German-speaking Belgians (PJU-PDB) 20,43% 5 29,4% 7 -8,97% -2
Party for Freedom and Progress (PFF) 18,77% 5 24,5% 6 -5,73% -1
Socialist Party (SP) 12,71% 3 11,4% 3 +1,31% =
Ecolo 6,45% 1 0% 0 +6,45% +1
SEP 4,11% 1 0% 0 +4,11% +1
Others 0,52% 0 0,0% 0 +0.52% =
Totaal 100,0 25 100,0 25 0,0 0

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