UK Elections Results 2010: UK May Go Into Election Again Within a Year
UK Today News: UK Elections Results 2010: UK May Go Into Election Again Within a Year
UK Elections Results 2010 : The center right Conservatives were dominating in the election on Thursday, as they had majority of the parliamentary seats, but fell just 20 seats short of the 650 seats in the Parliament.
The Conservatives and the Ruling Party were trying their best, to convince the Small Opposition Democrats into their respective parties on the basis of power sharing. But as we all know that, it’s a rare situation where the British electoral system actually pronounces a clear winner.
The Conservatives were very optimistic about the power sharing agreements, and as the analysts came up stating, the Liberal Democrats, ending up with any of the governments as on the basis of power sharing, the chances of such a deal is formidable.
For them, they saw a weak and a minority government rather than a strong and a firm government of David Cameron, which was ruling without power sharing agreements. It seems it won’t soon enough before David approaches the voters for electing a stronger mandate.
Politics Lecturer at the Manchester University, Andrew Russell, came up with a conclusion that the odds of the next election to come up will be well before a year in the present government’s term, until they come up with a strong and reliable partnership agreement.
Mark Wickham-Jones, Political Science Professor at the Bristol University, also agreed about idea of the next election to come up very soon.