[pp.int.general] [pp-leaders.discussion] [pp-leaders] Call for Donations
ningunotro at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 9 11:06:17 CET 2015
Yes, PiratenPartei ONCE had voting expectations of over 13%. But you can not live on that forever, can you?
Last time some vote was cast in Germany you were still around 1,5%.
Actually, PPI is being a shame and a liability to all of those still in office... and we all know who we have to thank for it ;(.
> From: Gregory.Engels at piratenpartei-hessen.de
> Date: Sat, 7 Mar 2015 15:05:03 +0100
> To: thomas at pirateparty.be
> CC: pp-leaders.discussion at lists.pp-international.net; pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
> Subject: Re: [pp.int.general] [pp-leaders.discussion] [pp-leaders] Call for Donations
> Thomas, we are knowing that PP-AU has quit. One alternative that I also proposed was to ask the CoA to expel PP-AU following its own wish. This have not found a majority and is fine with me.
> But you seem not to realize that we have nearly 800 pirates elected into public offices around the world, so some parties are not at all "a long way from being elected" but are actually close to being in power. We also have several pirates that are participate in ruling coalitions in their cities. Including the pirate Mayor of Marianske Lazne (in the Czech Republic).
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> > On 07.03.2015, at 13:41, Thomas Goorden - Piratenpartij <thomas at pirateparty.be> wrote:
> > With this sort of stuff going on, we are still a long way from being elected
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