It should have been an entirely simple process, just as it was four years ago. The political parties and alliances which formed the government in advance of the October 2 election were all re-elected, from which could have sprung the notion that they could just keep on chugging along. Of course, proportions changed – the Unity alliance nabbed a larger number of seats than its constituent parts had before the election, but all in all, it could ensure a comfortable majority in Parliament just by regrouping with the Greens and Farmers alliance (ZZS), and an even more comfo...
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