How they win votes in Belgium

Belgian senate hopeful Tania Derveaux is offering voters
something a bit more tempting than a one per cent cut in VAT and better rubbish
collections, or as in the Welsh Assembly elections laptops, lightbulbs and
toothbrushes.

Tania is representing NEE, an impartial protest movement running for senate
in the Belgian elections of June 10th
2007.

NEE works around political awareness and offers voters in Belgium
the option to vote 'NEE' if they find that none of the parties deserve their
vote. NEE votes would simply go to empty seats in parliament, resulting in a
loss of income and power among the other parties and giving the voters the
power to sanction politicians if needed.

Just how the other candidates to become Senate members are
going to compete with this,
I really don’t know, and will it be enough to stop the march of the European Commission.

Wonder how the Electoral Commission in the UK
would cope if it ever caught on.

 

 

Note: I have not scanned the site, you enter at your own
risk.

 

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