- Sep 3, 2009
Down with the oppressive Worker's regime! Every last drop of peasant blood will be avenged!
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You have to have different 2nd preferences .... obviously.1st. Anarchists
Did you mention that the choices have to be different?
I do not see why I could not vote twice for the same faction.
If not allowed thus, I shall edit this post later.
Please tell me whether this is allowed or not.
May I ask who has the most seats currently? Also how many factions are eliminated in the second round?Seems there has been a little burst of support for the Revs and Anarchists.
As a side note I've just finished doing the Assembly elections. Down there things are pretty mad and very tight.
For the Assembly I've come up with 7 possible coalitions only 2 of which can muster over 50% of seats in support and both would mean a faction aligning with an ''unlikely'' coalition partner and both would leave us with a different ruling faction in the ''lower House'' of our democracy. I'll probably appoint the ruling alliance in line with whoever wins here.
I won't tell you who the largest faction is but I'll give you some info which probably won't suprise you.May I ask who has the most seats currently? Also how many factions are eliminated in the second round?