|From:||BP Jonsson <bpj@...>|
|Date:||Friday, September 1, 2000, 17:06|
At 13:04 01.9.2000 -0400, John Cowan wrote:
> > I have found some UK election results and I have been working off them
> > to find out what the Senad might look like there. Party Llafur
> > dominates lla Gas llo Chomyn. Without proportional representation
> > parties like llo Thorech and Yn Gemr would only have a handful of seats.
> > One party state! I still have to figure the English electrates *here*
> > that overlap into Kemr *there* though.
>I don't think it's realistic to map Welsh party affiliations onto Kemrese
>ones. Welsh leftism, like Welsh Nonconformity, is surely partly a
>response to centuries of colonialism -- which the Kemrese have not had.
You might as well use the dice. That's what I did with the Rumiyaan
elections. Funnily post-communists took the lead, followed by
Islamists. Not too unlike wjhat happens in real-world Central Asia, thus! :-)
B.Philip Jonsson mailto:bpX@netg.se mailto:melrochX@mail.com (delete X)
"Truth, Sir, is a cow which will give [skeptics] no more milk,
and so they are gone to milk the bull."
-- Sam. Johnson (no rel. ;)