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If elections were to be held today, 44.1% would not vote. The Socialist Party would get 22.8, and "Attack" would be second with 9.1%. But as I said, this is the most they could get, according to sociologists. The National Movement for Rights and Freedoms (the Turkish party) would take 5.1%. The highest price in participating in the triple ruling coalition pays Simeon's party, which would only get 5.1% of the votes.

And then, the crisis on the right is deepening even more with the UDF being able to get only 2.8%, which means that if elections were today, it would not even get into the Parliament.

I can resist anything but temptation.- Oscar Wilde

by Little L (ljolito (at) gmail (dot) com) on Mon Mar 27th, 2006 at 05:19:19 PM EST
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