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The 15 seats in the Estates were elected by proportional representation. In order to participate in the election, new parties and parties without a seat in parliament were required to obtain at least 146 signatures; 1% of the valid votes of the 2014 parliamentary elections.
|United People's Party||4,130||29.06||5||–2|
|United St. Maarten Party||2,784||19.59||3||+1|
|St. Maarten Christian Party||848||5.97||0||New|
|St. Maarten Development Movement||346||2.43||0||New|
|People’s Progressive Alliance||234||1.65||0||0|
|One St. Maarten People Party||203||1.43||0||0|
|Helping Our People Excel||75||0.53||0||New|
|Source: Daily Herald|
- "Snap elections now on Sept. 26, 2016" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 15 December 2015. p. 1.
- "NA 5, UP 5, USP 3, DP 2". The Daily Herald. 27 September 2016. Archived from the original on 18 October 2016. Retrieved 27 September 2016.
- The Constitution Archived 2016-03-25 at the Wayback Machine Estates of Sint Maarten
- "Election Ordinance - Government of Sint Maarten" (PDF). sintmaartengov.org.
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