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The German Bundestag elections 2013 will take place this Sunday.Wahl-O-Mat The media echo is a bit slow this year as there don’t seem to be really hot controversial topics. And be honest – who really knows the complete political programs of each party?

Especially young voters report on difficulties to identify the party that covers most of their views as the politicians covered by the media seem to have a hard time communicating the key strategy of their respective parties in a way the voters can really understand. Read more

The latest comment for the German PR magazine PR Report was provided by Ana Laura Espósito from Espósito Marketing, GlobalCom PR-Network partner in Argentina. The article was published in the October issue of the magazine (see image). Here’s the English version of Ana Laura’s comment:

In Argentina, 2011 is a year with elections and political-economic definitions. It was voted mayor, congressmen and senators. Finally and most importantly, in October 23th will be elected President of the Nation.

Prior to this, the change in electoral law: from now on all politicians must undergo primary elections, open and mandatory in order to present their candidates for president. But there is one thing: those who fail to at least 400,000 votes in these elections, would not likely be submitted in October. Read more

The latest comment for the German PR magazin PR Report was provided by Maja Rečnik from GlobalCom’s Slovenian partner SPEM Communication Group. The article was published in the August issue of the magazin (see image). Here’s the English version of her comment:

Slovenia is in the cramp. The mistrust in the government has never been so high, more than 80 percent of people are unsatisfied with the government. Slovenia got a plus three for the first 20 years.

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