With another two months passing by, the citizens of the Gymnasium State went to election. Due to internal reasons, the election itself took place few days before 2 March, which it was supposed to be, the terms of the newly elected heads of state however started normally. Due to the move of election date, it was also the election with the lowest turnout in history in both rounds.

The first round ended with Pavel Aušprunk winning the presidential post with only two votes, which is the lowest to ever suffice to be elected in the first round. He was followed by 7 people, each with one vote. Four of these, eligible to run for the Premier, moved to the second round, with Tomáš Falešník winning with 4 votes, followed by Jakub Svatek with 3 and Stanislav Mičke with 2 votes.

Full results of the election:
First round:

  • Pavel Aušprunk – 2 votes
  • Tarun Batra – 1 vote
  • Tomáš Falešník – 1 vote
  • Ondřej Chalupka – 1 vote
  • Stanislav Mičke – 1 vote
  • František Prášek – 1 vote
  • Jakub Svatek – 1 vote
  • Radek Vastl – 1 vote
  • Maria Abid – 0 votes
  • Matěj Čech – 0 votes
  • Jakub Kolbek – 0 votes
  • Michal Kulhánek – 0 votes
  • Richard Limbarto – 0 votes
  • Abid Masih – 0 votes
  • Damian Málek – 0 votes
  • John Joel Novotný – 0 votes
  • Adam Pivetz – 0 votes
  • Sebastian Ryba – 0 votes
  • Kryštof Satorie – 0 votes
  • František Šperl – 0 votes
  • Jan Švejd – 0 votes
  • Daniel Švíka – 0 votes
  • Tomáš Zezula – 0 votes

Second round:

  • Tomáš Falešník – 4 votes
  • Jakub Svatek – 3 votes
  • Stanislav Mičke – 2 votes
  • Tarun Batra – 0 votes

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