Landtag of Liechtenstein

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Landtag of the Principality of Liechtenstein

Landtag des Fürstentums Liechtenstein
Emblem of the Landtag of Liechtenstein
Albert Frick, FBP
since 2013
Seats25 councillors
Landtag of Liechtenstein.svg
Political groups
Government (17)

Opposition (8)

AuthorityChapter V, Constitution of Liechtenstein
Open list proportional representation elected in two constituencies, each with a separate 8% election threshold
Last election
5 February 2017
Meeting place
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Peter-Kaiser-Platz 3
LI-9490 Vaduz
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The Landtag of the Principality of Liechtenstein (German: Landtag des Fürstentums Liechtenstein), commonly referred to as the Landtag of Liechtenstein (German: Liechtensteinischer Landtag), is the legislative branch of the government of Liechtenstein. It has 25 members, elected for a four-year term by open list proportional representation from two constituencies, Oberland with 15 seats and Unterland with 10 seats. The electoral threshold is 8%.

Unterland consists of Eschen, Gamprin, Mauren, Ruggell and Schellenberg; Oberland consists of Balzers, Planken, Schaan, Triesen, Triesenberg and Vaduz.

The current President of the Landtag (Speaker) is Albert Frick, who has held the post since 2013 and the current Vice-President is Gunilla Marxer-Kranz, who assumed the post in 2017.[1]

Last election[edit]

Party Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Progressive Citizens' Party 68,673 35.2 -4.8 9 –1
Patriotic Union 65,742 33.7 +0.2 8 0
The Independents 35,885 18.4 +3.1 5 +1
Free List 24,595 12.6 +1.5 3 0
Total 194,895 100 25 0
Valid votes 14,763 95.8
Invalid/blank votes 645 4.2
Total 15,408 100
Registered voters/turnout 19,806 77.8
Source: Landstagwahlen


  1. ^ "Marxer-Kranz Gunilla". Landtag of Liechtenstein. Retrieved 4 November 2017.

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