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    • 20.01.13 | 16:14 (IST)

    I told you alread@Y since September 2009 - that is thus now 3 years + 4 months ago - you don't need more than 40% of the electorate and no more than 47% of the casted votes to win a majorit@Y in Parliament in Democracy: in September 2009 AVP won in Aruba ±41% of Electorate 2009: and 47.5% of all the votes casted a majorit@Y of 12 of 21 seats. Even with 40% of Electorate and even with 47% of all casted votes it is AVP winning@least 11 of 21 seats and thus anyway majorit@Y 4 AVP @ÆND: in Aruba that's going to happen again as in any case AVP will keep@least 11 of 21 seats no matter WH@EVER happen or not in the 2013 Elections

    from the article: Predicting Israel's post-election coalition: a rock-solid, resurgent right
    First published 14:22 20.01.13 | Last updated 14:22 20.01.13
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