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COTTON-Export Muddle

These are constituencies where none of the candidates won 50 per cent of the vote. Out of the 161 seats that Solidarity-backed candidates contested for the Sejm, they won 160, which means that Solidarity will have nearly all the 35 per cent of the seats allotted to the opposition.

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