99 Percent – Civic Voice
99 Percent – Civic Voice (Slovak: 99% – občiansky hlas, 99%) is a left-wing populist political party in Slovakia inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement. It is jointly led by manager[clarification needed] Alena Dušatková, radio journalist Pavol Pavlík, and lawyer and former police investigator Peter Vačok.
The party did not win any seat in the 2010 parliamentary election. According to opinion polls, the party was expected to gain parliamentary representation in the 2012 parliamentary election; but it failed to do so, with only 1.58% of the vote.
- "TV stations sanctioned for 99% ads", The Slovak Spectator, 6 February 2012, retrieved 19 February 2012
- Vilikovská, Zuzana (14 December 2011), "99% slate features a manager, a reporter and a former police investigator", The Slovak Spectator, retrieved 19 February 2012
- Slovakia Country Study Guide Volume 1 Strategic Information and Developments. IBP USA Lulu.com. 3 March 2012. p. 60. ISBN 978-1-4387-7555-5. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
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