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2021 Prime Ministerial Election  

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  1. 1. Please select your candidate(s)

    • Martín Villacrés, MU
      1
    • Arya Randhawa, MU
      0
    • Eric Pribanić, MLP
      0
    • Andrew Cortez, MLP
      0
    • Veronica Kirchner, MG
      0
    • Alicia Lindroth, MG
      1

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It is the time to announce the first election (on this website) for the Prime Minister of Southern Mala. Every four years, we will elect a new Prime Minister in August. Here's the candidates;

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Martín Villacrés, MU

"If I get reelected, I will renew the country whether it is a big decision or not"

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Eric Pribanić, MLP

"Capitalism is inefficient. Don't believe me? Read my book"

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Andrew Cortez, MLP

"I think we should work to become self-sufficient"

 

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Veronica Kirchner, MG

"I stand for reduced industrialization"

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Arya Randhawa, MU

"I plan to boost social policies, because that is the foundation for a better nation"

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Alicia Lindroth, MG

"I want more eco-conscious industries, to both boost the economy and maintain a strong environment"

The election will be open between July 22 and August 5. We wish the candidates good luck, and we will see you again tomorrow.


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President of Electoral Board for the State of Southern Mala

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Due to a lack of votes, Martín Villacrés won the first election. The secondary election will commence tomorrow on July 26. There will be no poll present as no more than two members have voted.

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