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  1. Not true. In Denmark, which is only 5 million...

    Not true. In Denmark, which is only 5 million people it is nearly impossible, I know this because I have seen many parties try. This is not an opinion, this is a fact...the confirmation part is also...
  2. Really? Which ones? Are there any countries where...

    Really? Which ones? Are there any countries where any one can run for parliament without meeting certain demands? (I mean apart from age and citizenship).

    I have never heard about money to pay...
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    Maciano, thanks for the link. Interesting. ...

    Maciano, thanks for the link. Interesting.

    Though it sounds pretty extreme when you read it, I have to say that it is not that different from european democracies. I will use Denmark as an...
  4. Well, it is not unusual to have restrictions for...

    Well, it is not unusual to have restrictions for who can run for election or certain demands that candidates or parties need to fullfill before running for election. In Denmark (which is usually seen...
  5. Why would Japan need a Green Party? I think that...

    Why would Japan need a Green Party? I think that most japanese do not have the leftist/soft sensitivities about preserving nature for nature's sake ( in fact I think that most asian don't have them...
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    I don't believe that you can just blame it on the...

    I don't believe that you can just blame it on the LDP. Would other parties be less protectionist for instance? I think so. The route that has been followed in Japan is a super-keynesian and...
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