That is how many voters in Greece voted for the Greek Pirate Party, according to a report from Rick Falkvinge:
The Greek Pirate Party, Κόμμα Πειρατών Ελλάδας, was founded on January 14 this year. To get 32,487 votes less than four months later – just over half a percent of the Greek votes – is nothing short of phenomenal. Even breaking through to mainstream awareness in four months is phenomenal.
This is a good start:
It should be noted that the distance between nothing and 0.5 per cent is much larger than the distance between 0.5 and 5 — once you start hitting 2-3 per cent, you get your own bar in the polls, and become “electable”. You have a shot at parliament, so you’re not a wasted vote anymore.
It only takes 3% to get into the Greek parliament! There will be a new election June 17. A liberty party is what Greece needs, not the leftwing Syriza party, or the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn or Stalinist Communists! The fact is that the Greeks have rejected the pro-EU Tweedledee and Tweedledum parties.