No. They have a different voting system and that 5% threshold to keep micro parties out.Germany & France have 5 & 6 respectively!!
The eternal question remains if these two countries have a different idea of party democracy to the likes of us (putting aside the Bundestag 5% threshold issue).
Maps are never an end in themselves. Maps are political and social documents created by somebody to tell us something. Usually not just where Athlone is. Assuming anybody ever wants to know such worthless information as where Athlone is.The idea, like the photo and graph threads, is that users add their own maps whenever they find one of general political interest.
The pink line denotes the most frozen area, where the prods settled.
Not sure, the map originated here and there is some explanation for the use of parentheses with regard to Denmark, together with an acknowledgment that the number for Serbia should be 27 and the number for Switzerland should be 11. Belarus is explained away with "Belarus is in the unique position of having vast majority unaffiliated but has 3 minority parties and as such I lined it."What does the number in brackets mean for the UK?