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Author Topic: Pirate Party upsets German politics: No more Red-Green only Black-Green Majority  (Read 4186 times)
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« on: October 02, 2011, 12:30:18 PM »

"Pirates" Party upsets +National politics in Germany: No more Red-Green, only Black-Green Majority ?

For the 1st time in years, there is no more any possibility for an hypothetic Red-Green Majority in Germany, Nationwide, since the Socialist and Grune Parties fall down to only 28% and 17% respectively.

But, on the contrary, (as Eurofora had  guessed since the recent Berlin Länder election), a Black-Black-Green, anti-technocratic alliance becomes, for the 1st time possible, with ChristianDemocrats (32%), Greens (17%) and "Pirates" (7%) nation-wide, (i.e. 56% taken together).

The most recent Poll, published by Bild am Sonntag, adds also some 7% for the Left and 4% for Liberals, and 5% for various other Parties, mainly social Conservatives.

>>> The main novelty obviously is the emergence of the "Pirates" party, which has just won 9% and 15 seats at the recent Berlin Länder election.

Freedom of Access to the Internet is its main issue, and recent Political developments clearly indicated that it could  forge alliances with the governing center-right parties, (on a "Freedom" - "Anti-Bureaucracy" basis, etc),  in the foreseeable future, also in other mainstream EU Countries, (f.ex. France, etc).
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