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German MV Federated State Vote Results: Right's Division change People's Majority in MPs' Minority !

Written by ACM
Sunday, 04 September 2016

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*Strasbourg/Angelo Marcopolo/- Today's Final Results at the key German Federated State of Mecklenburg-Voprommern, Chancelor Angie Merkel's cradle, (where G7 Heads of State/Government Summit took place, back on 2007, at Heiligendam : Comp. "Eurofora" co-Founder's NewsReport from Heiligendam, then pubished at "TCWeeky"), are crystal-clear :


- Obviously, the Division of the Right side of the Political Spectum, transforms what is, in Fact, a Majority of People  into a mere .. Minority of MPs !


With More than 46 % of Votes for the various Parties of the Right, against Only 43 % for the Left, (4,8% of the Greens being set aside, since they use to make Various Coalitions, sometimes with the Socialists, sometimes with the Center-Right -as, f.ex., at Nearby Baden - Wurttemberg, etc - while even among the "Various" Other Small Parties or Individuals, who scored up to 5,6%, are most often at the right).


Indeed, AfD (which came 2nd Party, for the First Time in History, closely bypassing CDU, since it's in a Controversial Coalition with the Socilialists), attracts about 21% of Votes, CDU 19%, FDP's Liberals 3% and NPD Rightists another 3%.  At the Other Side, Socialists get 30,6% and the Leftists 13,2%.

 

 

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Without the "Extreme" Parties of the Rightists and Leftists, the Precedence of Mainstream Parties of the Right in People's Votes strikes an even Bigger Win : 43 % against Only 31% for the Left (Socialists alone).


Nevertheless, at the Same Time, the Left Side of the Political Spectrum is been Given a ...Majority of 37 MPs (Socialists + Leftists), against Only 34 MPs for the Right (Rightists and CDU) !


This Strange (in terms of Democratic Principles) "Alchemy" is, obviously, the Result of the Division of the mainstream Right, (AfD - CDU - FDP - Various), while the Left appears United (Socialists), and, thus, gets a "Bonus Plus" of MPs.


It Confirms the overall impression also resulting, in this regard, by several other similar cases, elsewhere, mutatis-mutandis.


Apparently, however, it's also a Fact that, once again, a spectacular growth of the Rightist AfD Party results not only by a Transfert of votes from the Center-Right CDU Party, but also from a Synchronsous Diminution of the Votes of the Socialist, Leftist, Green and NPD Parties, (i.e. practicaly All Other Parties, except from the FDP Liberals).

Astonishingly, even, that Transfert of Votes from the CDU appears slightly Lesser than all others, comparatively. 

 On the Contrary, a closer Analysis of the Votes by ARD Radio-TV, (published by mainstream "Die Welt" Newspaper), claims that, in Fact, the Biggest Votes' Transfert to the AfD Rightists would come from the Center-Right CDU Party, with an Even More Greater quantity of Fresh Votes emerging from Previouly Abstaining People. (See relevant Estimations).

 

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In that case, all Other Parties' Vote Dimunution (FDP Liberals excepted) would mean that their former Voters Abstained, Aspiring for Something Better in the Future.

 

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(Graphics = "Die Welt")

 

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