Saturday, March 13, 2010

Speaking in silver

«The ideological differences between the parties are exaggerated. What more it imports is to transform the system.


Perhaps between 70 and 80 % of the program of the parties is now, for saying it so, interoperable.»

- Timothy Garton Ash, speaking in silver.

Ash speaks about the United Kingdom, where the political parties are not so different as say it to be. For seventeen cents: is anybody capable of naming another place where that is happening? Perhaps it is not ruffled to think that there are alternatives and that, also in these other places that you have named for 17 cents (cheer up that the comments are opened) also it should be important to change the system to extend his possibilities, not to depend so much on the sterile change that supposes, sometimes, removing a party divided in the power to put other.

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