European Broadcasting Union: Release full split results NOW for all countries in Eurovision 2013

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Mihai Nedelcu
7 years ago
Just to eliminate the doubts about the voting and making each country understand that they should vote for the best song otherwise everybody will know

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Louis Bridger
7 years ago
Corruption is bad

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Giorgos Zaikos
8 years ago
Big support for this, us fans deserve to see the full results and the EBU need to restore Eurovision's reputation as a fair and impartial song contest and put down allegations of corruption once and for all.

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Harald Danielsen
8 years ago
Keep any taint off ESC

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Lluis Aran
8 years ago
In these times full of corrupted gobernments we want the things clear, so publish the results. If it´s allright there´s no fear to do it, don´t you?. Transparecency or it will lose its credibility in public´s eyes.

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Michael Twohig
8 years ago
The Eurovision has gone beyond a joke at this point, countries like Germany, Ireland, the UK and France are all losing out because of the corruption in countries like Azerbaijan.
The results need to be transparent, otherwise the public won't trust the ESC and will lose interest in it.

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Zeljko Bojovic
8 years ago
Eurovision is losing credibility

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Ágner János
8 years ago
We have to know the full result,because some yaers later we can know that!!

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Bjørn Erik Opheim
8 years ago
I've had a feeling ever since Malmö was chosen as the host city that the contest was being rigged in order to let Denmark win the contest in the end. And apparently I'm not alone thinking so. There are so many suspicious facts that people have noticed, including the "Welcome to Denmark" banner outside the arena, the golden winner's glitter used during the performance and how it was chosen/decided that Denmark would perform in the second half. This doesn't smell good to me.

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Anthony Bleasdale
8 years ago
fairness and transparency is paramount