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The M5S must be deeply regreting their decision of forming a government with the Lega instead of the PD as they originally intended to. Salvini is very politically savvy and their anti-estabilishment votes were sucked away.

Even with all the xenophobic sentiment prevalent in Italy, I don't think the Lega would've gotten that large this election without a government platform of their own.



 

 

 

 

 

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OK, it seems now we have also preliminary results for the UK. It is strange, the UK was the first to vote on Thursday, but the last who we get counts from. Are they bad at counting?

Anyways, the new Brexit party of Nigel Farage has as expected won with 32%. LibDems are the second to follow with 19%. Only after that follows the most important opposition,the Labour party with 14% and the Greens with 11% beats the ruling Tories, who have 9%.

This was surely a strange election for the UK, as it shouldn't have happened in the first place if they followed through with the brexit on time.



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I wanted to vote but I forgot it's this Sunday. I hope the Humanists got enough votes. They're the only party that isn't complete bullshit.



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Amnesia said:
JRPGfan said:

You should have just admited your too lazy go vote instead (it sounds better too).

I live abroad, I just have to tell by phone to my father to do it for me, no effort needed at all.

Yes it is an argument often mentionned : "you are unresponsible if you don't vote, it is your citizen dutie to do it..." I would not be surprised if in a few years if they make it mendatory and you get a fine if you don't vote. You are just a sheep, but you are not the only one don't worry.

It's compulsory in Australia. If given the choice, I too would still vote though.

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Their salary is 6k euro on hand per month, plus some crazy benefits. Unless they give me some of that I'm not voting, na mean.



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vivster said:
I wanted to vote but I forgot it's this Sunday. I hope the Humanists got enough votes. They're the only party that isn't complete bullshit.

You… forgot?

The 'Die Humanisten' got 62,613 votes or 0.2%, not enough for a seat.

https://www.bundeswahlleiter.de/europawahlen/2019/ergebnisse/bund-99.html#stimmentabelle10



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m0ney said:
Their salary is 6k euro on hand per month, plus some crazy benefits. Unless they give me some of that I'm not voting, na mean.

That's actually rather low compared to some countries. I was honestly expecting 8k+



Mnementh said:
vivster said:
I wanted to vote but I forgot it's this Sunday. I hope the Humanists got enough votes. They're the only party that isn't complete bullshit.

You… forgot?

The 'Die Humanisten' got 62,613 votes or 0.2%, not enough for a seat.

https://www.bundeswahlleiter.de/europawahlen/2019/ergebnisse/bund-99.html#stimmentabelle10

Hey, it's not like I have a clock on my desk always showing me when to vote for what. I only noticed it in the evening because of the google doodle, but it was too late.

I want to be proud that they at least got that many votes but then I'm looking at what other smaller parties have gotten even more votes. This world is terrible.



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Bofferbrauer2 said:
m0ney said:
Their salary is 6k euro on hand per month, plus some crazy benefits. Unless they give me some of that I'm not voting, na mean.

That's actually rather low compared to some countries. I was honestly expecting 8k+

Yeah. I just looked up how it is here in germany:

"Die Abgeordnetenentschädigung beträgt seit dem 1. Juli 2018 monatlich 9.780,28 Euro."

This means since 2018 the member of german Bundestag (national parliament) get 9780,28€ per month (and yes, these 28 cents are totally important, probably result of a percentage-increase they applied).



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