Social Democrats

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Swiss Council Of States Election, 2007 - Results - Neuchâtel
2007 Council of States election Neuchâtel – First round Party Candidate Votes % ±% Social Democrats Gisèle Ory 17,155 15.3 Free Democrats Didier Burkhalter 16,927 15.1 Social Democrats Pierre ...
Swiss Council Of States Election, 2007 - Results - Vaud
... of States election Vaud – First round Party Candidate Votes % ±% Free Democrats Charles Favre 65,439 Swiss People's Party Guy Parmelin 65,186 Social Democrats Géraldine Savary 54,192 Greens Luc Recordon 42,998 ...
Sigurd Ømann - Party Chairman
... Denmark's EC membership in 1972 as well as the Social Democrats being in opposition and the need for the two left-wing parties to position themselves ... party in parliament to the left of the Social Democrats ... Although Ømann wanted to cooperate with the Social Democrats, such cooperation did not start until 1973 when a national budget deficit created a wish for a ...
Social Radical Democrats
... Social Radical Democrats (in Swedish Socialradikala Demokrater) is a political party in Ljusdal, Sweden ... The Social Radical Democrats ran on a programme of hostility to the Social Democrats, loudly accusing it of undemocratic practices, and received 21.2% of the vote and five seats in the Parish Council ... The ten members were later expelled from the Social Democrats ...
Czech Legislative Election, 2010 - Background
... After four failed earlier attempts, the opposition Social Democrats succeeded in leading the lower house of the Czech parliament to a no confidence vote in Topolánek's ... On 28 March 2009, Jiří Paroubek (the Social Democrat leader) and Topolánek agreed to hold early polls in October 2009 ... before the end of the Czech EU presidency), with half nominated by the Social Democrats and half by two parties of the current government (Civic Democratic Party (ODS ...

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