99 Percent – Civic Voice

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99 Percent – Civic Voice[1] (Slovak: 99% – občiansky hlas, 99%) is a political party in Slovakia inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement.[2] It is jointly led by manager [clarification needed] Alena Dušatková, radio journalist Pavol Pavlík, and lawyer and former police investigator Peter Vačok.[3]

According to opinion polls, the party was expected to gain parliamentary representation in the forthcoming 2012 parliamentary election;[4][5] but in the event it failed to do so, with only 1.58% of the vote.

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