Sunday, 9 May 2010

State Election in NRW

Two important happenings in a day. One, the traditional
Mother's Day falling on the second Sunday of May and the
other one is the State election in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Above are some of the posters which are still hanging on
some lamp posts in our village and the local papers for the day.
The winners will be left hanging there for a while with renewed
posters saying thanks to the voters while the losers would surely
be removed even on the night after election.
Now, we will just to have to wait which promises would be more tuition fees for example and which colors of parties
would form a coalition.
In the meantime, we would still see lots of talk shows and
interviews with political personalities and hear the reasons
for their victory or defeat.

1 comment:

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