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|MADRID ecco moc 2.0 australia , Feb. 13 (Xinhua) -- An opinion poll published Friday gives the Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) the lead ahead of next month's elections for the Autonomous Region of Andalusia.
The poll, compiled by the Center of Public Analysis and Political and Electoral Documentation of Andalusia between January 8 and 31, gives the PSOE 35.2 percent of the vote, a 6.1 percent lead over the Popular Party (PP), which took 29.1 percent of the vote.
Left wing party Podemos is currently the third force in Andalusia winning 14.1 percent of the vote, while the United Left (Izquierda Unida) ecco soft 7 australia , who partner the PSOE in the current coalition government in Andalusia, saw their vote share drop to 8.4 percent.
Other parties such as the center-right groups Ciudadanos (Citizens) and Union Progress and Democracy (UPyD) gained 4.6 and 3.1 percent of the vote, respectively.
The poll shows PSOE has seen a slight slip in support from the previous regional poll, which gave them 36.9 percent in July 2014, while the PP have suffered more heavily, seeing their potential vote share fall from 36.17 percent.
Podemos have made the biggest gains given they were only credited with 6.56 percent of the vote share last July.
The elections in Andalusia have been brought forward by a year and will be held on March 22. They are the first of four elections to be held in Spain during 2015.
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Andalusia has traditionally been seen as a stronghold for the PSOE and is the Socialists' main power base in Spain. The region's reliance on the agricultural and tourist sector leaves it open to high levels of seasonal unemployment.
by Xinhua Writer Wu Xia
BEIJING, Nov. 12 (Xinhua) -- It is encouraging to see the long list of agreements sealed during U.S. President Barack Obama's China trip, yet still much has to be done to translate promises into reality.
After candid talks between Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping, an unprecedented joint plan was announced Wednesday on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions as well as other deals on visas, trade and military-to-military ties.
Striking an amicable tone, Obama told Xi and business leaders from the Asia-Pacific that the United States welcomes a peaceful ecco jeremy australia , prosperous and stable China. "We want China to do well."
The cordial atmosphere, however, could just be another episode in the relationship between the world's two largest economies, which in recent years have confronted multiple hurdles amid continuing efforts to keep ties on track.
It may also mark the beginning of real progress toward a new type of major-country relationship, if Washington could seize the momentum and take stronger action to deepen cooperation with Beijing.
Proposing the concept of new-type relationship a year ago, Beijing has demonstrated its readiness to help it materialize in ways that will coincide with the interests of both countries and peoples.
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Collaboration is key for the two countries to not only tackle global challenges together, but also dissipate a persistent mood of distrust that could abort the fruition of a new model of bilateral ties.
The positive outcome of Obama's China tour should serve as a reminder of just how much the two countries can and should achieve: They both understand the need to nurture a durable bilateral relationship, and that would require a forward-looking mindset and concrete action.
As America's first "Pacific president," Obama has made his "Asia pivot" a highlight of his foreign policy. But a successful and stable relationship with China could be a brighter spot in the final two years of his presidency.
The future of China-U.S. relationship will present problems as well as opportunities. Yet without China-U.S. cooperation, there is not much to achieve in the Asia-Pacific. If the two countries work together, the entire world stands to benefit. There is a lot to expect from the decision-makers from both sides.
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Wukong was named after the Monkey King in the classic Chinese legend, "Journey to the West," following a global campaign organized by its developers National Space Science Center (NSSC) and Purple Mountain Observatory in Nanjing. The number of proposed names submitted from September 29 to October 31 reached 32,000, with almost 1,000 received every day.
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