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Skip to 0 minutes and 4 seconds Well, the Welsh Green Party did talk up their chances. They sounded at times quite confident of winning some seats in the National Assembly, but they’ve fallen well short. Their votes on the regional lists, while it looks like there were up a little bit from 2011, were still falling quite a long way short of the sort of numbers they would need to win any representation here. So for the Green Party, election representation in Wales, unlike in Scotland, looks to still remain quite a long way away.

Election Review - The Green Party in Wales

Roger Scully reviews the election performance of the Wales Green Party.

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