Thursday, September 29, 2005

The official result of Poland's parliamentary election released late Tuesday showed the rightist Law and Justice Party (PiS) and its ally the Civic Platform (PO) won the election.

With all the ballots from Sunday's election counted, the PiS and PO won 26.66 percent and 24.14 percent of the votes respectively, while the center-left Union Self-Defense got 11.41 percent and the ruling Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) got 11.31 percent, the State Electoral Commission declared on Tuesday evening.
In New Zealand votes are still being counted and we should know something tomorrow about how many seats each party gets. It's still unlcear as to whether Labour can form a ruling coalition - a handful of minor parties are in a kingmaker role.
In Germany, the two big parties are planning a grand coalition since neither one has enough support from the minor parties to overcome the other. Details being worked out.

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