Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Elections, elections everywhere 

Good results in the last few days:

In Canada, while the Liberals hold on to power as a minority government, the right performed much better than in the recent past.

In Serbia, the liberal wins the presidency against a nationalist.

And in Mongolia, the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) and the opposition Motherland Democratic Coalition are deadlocked with 36 seats each, with independents claiming three other seats and the Mongolian Republican Party one.

"The democratic coalition are [sic] claiming victory by including three seats won by their independent allies. If officially confirmed, the result would be a dramatic reversal for the MPRP, which held 72 of the 76 parliamentary seats before Sunday's polls and had been confident of an overwhelming victory."


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