The outgoing administration of Brigitte Boccone-Pagès won a landslide victory in Sunday’’s general election, winning all 24 seats.

The Union scored 72,602 votes against 8,401 for NIM, led by Daniel Boeri, which had difficulty in finding candidates for all 24 vacancies.

Turnout for the vote, which takes place every five years, was only 57.26 percent.

Five years ago, during the last election, the turnout was 74.55 percent, and in 2013 70.35 percent.

The low turnout suggests that voters were unenthusiastic about the alternatives on offer, or, more likely, believed that the result was a foregone conclusion.