Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Ukrainian nationlists make further significant gains.

Experts notice growing electoral support to the All-Ukrainian Union Svoboda party, judging from results of the local elections, they have announced in the press center of Ukrainian News agency at a press club meeting, entitled "PRavda about local elections in Ukraine."

"The Svoboda party has seriously fortified its position Even, putting it mildly, in a region such a not usually so nationalistic as Kharkiv where they marginally missed the local council."

"Their best results were in Lviv, Ivano-Frankiuvsk and Ternopil, where they gained over 30 percent of the votes cast, making them the strongest party in these areas."


With nationalist parties seeing a massive upsurge in support across Europe, the latest being the Svoboda in the Ukraine polling over 30 per cent making them the strongest party in some areas, it does really beg the question given the alleged growth in nationalist feeling in Britain, why the BNP fell off the map in the May 2010 elections.

The words betrayal and sabotage spring effortlessly to mind...

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