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Old April 28th, 2015, 09:48 AM   #1
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Winning elections with 104%?


This topic is a continuation of this one, I guess it should be merged:
Winning elections with 104%?


I did check in a book and yes, it is written that Milošević (Serbia) won in 1990 (i think in december) with 104%.

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This topic is a continuation of this one, I guess it should be merged:
Winning elections with 104%?


I did check in a book and yes, it is written that Milošević (Serbia) won in 1990 (i think in december) with 104%.
Proof.

Edit:Well your "book" is a lie.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbia...election,_1990
The outcome was 46.09%

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Wasn't an identical thread closed? Circumventing a previously closed thread by opening a new one is a no-no.
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So what if it was closed? I will open another.

The book says that Milošević won with 104%, later it mentions elections of 1990.
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Who cares, he's dead and his deeds can't be undone, either with a majority of 104 % or no percent.
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Okay, seriously. Think about '104%.' Does something about it strike you as odd?
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looks like he won with 104% of votes in one municipality in central Serbia

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Okay, seriously. Think about '104%.' Does something about it strike you as odd?
Not that it didn't happen elsewhere too, so I wouldn't be surprised, especially with Slobo. But I doubt he needed cheating.
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