The PNV has once again won the elections to the Basque Parliament and has consolidated its upward trend, achieving 31 seats, 2 more than in the previous elections, with 99% of the votes counted.
The PNV would go from 28 to 30 seats, EH Bildu remains as a second force with 21 parliamentarians, a rise of four parliamentarians, the PSE-EE becomes a third force with 10 parliamentarians.
Elkarrekin Podemos-IU collapses, and leaves six representatives, obtaining only 6 parliamentarians from the current 11. PP + Cs also falls, which goes from the 9 that the popular ones had to date to obtain 6.
By provinces, in Álava the PNV would go from 8 to 9 or 10 seats, Bildu from 5 to 6, the PSE from 3 to 4 or 5, Podemos from 4 to 3, the PP of the 5 that had 2 or 3 in its coalition with Ciudadanos and Vox could get its only seat in this province.
The collapse of participation has been the main protagonist of the Basque electoral day since has only been only has been 52.8%, which is the historical minimum of all the autonomous elections held so far in the Basque Country. Participation has decreased in the three Basque territories, although the decrease has been greater in Álava, more than nine points less.