Socialists lose majority in Azores regional election

in News · 26-10-2020 09:36:00 · 1 Comments

The governing Socialist Party have lost their absolute majority in Sunday’s Azores regional election, a blow for Prime Minister António Costa in his first ballot-box test since the coronavirus pandemic.

The Socialists suffered a surprise slump to 39.1 and recorded their worst performance in the region in 24 years. The main centre-right opposition Social Democratic Party were up 3 points.

The far-right Chega party captured 5 percent of the vote to enter the regional parliament for the first time, just behind the conservative CDS-People’s Party on 5.5 percent.


Its not surprising, the people are coming to their senses that Socialism doesn't work. Take a look at Venezuela see how well that has worked for them.

By Tony B from USA on 26-10-2020 02:28
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