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June 16, 2002

Czechs Reject Right

As the Europan core responds to global economic instability with xenophobia, developing countries and Eastern European countries are boosting the fortunes of those questioning neoliberal policies. In Czechoslovia, Czech voters gave only 24 percent to the main conservative party. Notably, not only did the Havel-aligned Social Democrats get 30 percent, but the Communist Party actually registered 20 percent in the polls. The country joins Hungary and Poland in having recently elected center-left parties.

Posted by Nathan at June 16, 2002 10:28 AM


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