Party Won

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Pedersen Index - Construction of The Index - Example
... Assume that in the first election the Blue Party won 65%, the Orange Party won 25%, and the Fuchsia Party won 10% ... Furthermore, assume that in the second election the Blue Party won 65%, the Orange Party won 15%, and the Fuchsia Party won 20% ... Election\Party Blue Orange Fuchsia 1st 65% 25% 10% 2nd 65% 15% 20% Gain/Loss 0 -10 10 The index would be equal to Blue gains (none) plus Orange's loss (10% since we do not ...
Croatian Parliamentary Election, 1995 - Results
... Party PR Constituency Diaspora Total seats +/– Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Croatian Democratic Union 1,093,403 45.23 75 ... –10 HSS-IDS-HNS-HKDU-SBHS 441,390 18.26 2. 0 ... a Within the alliance, the Croatian Peasant Party won 10 seats (+7), the Istrian Democratic Assembly won 3 (no change), the Croatian People's Party won 2 (–4), the Croatian Christian ...
Shlomo Molla - Biography
... In the same year Molla won eighth place on Yisrael BaAliyah's list for the Knesset elections, but the party won only six seats ... list for the 2009 elections, and retained his seat as the party won 28 mandates ... In 2012 he left Kadima to join the new Hatnuah party ...
P. Subbarayan - As Chief Minister of Madras Presidency
... In the Assembly elections which took place on 8 November 1926, no party was able to get a clean majority ... The Swaraj Party won 41 of the 98 seats and emerged as the single largest party while the Justice Party won 21 ... It was a setback for the Justice Party and its incumbent Chief Minister, the Raja of Panagal ...
Progressive Peoples Alliance
... Peoples Alliance (PPA) is a political party in Nigeria ... Notable members of the party include Orji Uzor Kalu ... The party won gubernatorial elections in 2003 and 2007 in Abia State ...

Famous quotes containing the words won and/or party:

    Indeed, you won the elections, but I won the count.
    Anastasio Somoza (1896–1956)

    At the moment when a man openly makes known his difference of opinion from a well-known party leader, the whole world thinks that he must be angry with the latter. Sometimes, however, he is just on the point of ceasing to be angry with him. He ventures to put himself on the same plane as his opponent, and is free from the tortures of suppressed envy.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)