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2012 Flag of Japan 2018
Japanese general election, 2016
All 480 seats to the House of Representatives of Japan
15th August, 2016
First party Second party Third party
Shinzo Abe cropped Banri Kaieda Minshu IMG 5409 20130706 Toru Hashimoto, March 17, 2008
Leader Shinzō Abe Banri Kaieda Tōru Hashimoto
Party Liberal Democratic Party (Japan) Democratic Party of Japan Japan Innovation Party
Leader since 26 September 2012 25 December 2012 21 September 2014
Leader's seat Yamaguchi-4th Tokyo PR not contesting (Mayor of Osaka)
Last election 294 seats
43.01% (district)
27.79% (block)
57 seats
22.81% (district)
15.49% (block)
new party
Seats before 293 55 42
Seats won 275 108
Seat change Decrease 18 Increase 53
Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
Natsuo Yamaguchi-1 Takeo Hiranuma0624 cropped Kazuo Shii cropped
Leader Natsuo Yamaguchi Takeo Hiranuma Kazuo Shii
Party Kōmeitō Future Generations Japanese Communist Party
Leader since 8 September 2009 1 August 2014 24 November 2000
Leader's seat not contesting (House of Councillors) Okayama-3rd Minami-Kantō PR
Last election 31 seats
1.49% (district)
11.9% (block)
new party 8
7.88% (district)
6.13% (block)
Seats before 31 20 8
Seats won 33 8
Seat change Increase 2 Steady
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Parliamentary districts not including proportional blocks
Incumbent Prime Minister
Shinzō Abe
Liberal Democratic Party (Japan)
Prime Minister-designate
Shinzō Abe
Liberal Democratic Party (Japan)

A general election was held in Japan on 15 August, 2016. The Liberal Democratic Party managed to achieve a decent victory though lost a few seats, while the Democratic Party of Japan had gained some seats.

Results

LDP
NKP
DPJ
JRP
YP
U
P
275
33
108
45
10
9
308
172
Prospective LDP–NKP Coalition
Oppositions and Independents

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