A man casts his vote during the Liechtenstein parliamentary election, in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013. A group of independent candidates has scored a surprise success in elections for the parliament of the tiny Alpine principality of Liechtenstein.The newly-formed group Die Unabhaengigen - German for 'The Independents' - took 15.3 percent of the vote to come third in Sunday's Feb. 3, 2013 vote.The Patriotic Union of Prime Minister Klaus Tschuetscher suffered the biggest loss of votes compared to 2009 and came second with 33.5 percent. The center-right Progressive Citizens' Party came first with 40 percent, slightly less than four years ago, while the left-leaning Free List gained slightly with 11.1 percent of the vote. (AP Photo/Keystone,Peter Klaunzer)

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A  man  casts his vote during the Liechtenstein parliamentary election,  in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013. A group of independent candidates has scored a surprise success in elections for the parliament of the tiny Alpine principality of Liechtenstein.The newly-formed group Die Unabhaengigen  - German for 'The Independents' -  took 15.3 percent of the vote to come third in Sunday's Feb. 3, 2013 vote.The Patriotic Union of Prime Minister Klaus Tschuetscher suffered the biggest loss of votes compared to 2009 and came second with 33.5 percent. The center-right Progressive Citizens' Party came first with 40 percent, slightly less than four years ago, while the left-leaning Free List gained slightly with 11.1 percent of the vote. (AP Photo/Keystone,Peter Klaunzer)
A man casts his vote during the Liechtenstein parliamentary election, in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013. A group of independent candidates has scored a surprise success in elections for the parliament of the tiny Alpine principality of Liechtenstein.The newly-formed group Die Unabhaengigen - German for 'The Independents' - took 15.3 percent of the vote to come third in Sunday's Feb. 3, 2013 vote.The Patriotic Union of Prime Minister Klaus Tschuetscher suffered the biggest loss of votes compared to 2009 and came second with 33.5 percent. The center-right Progressive Citizens' Party came first with 40 percent, slightly less than four years ago, while the left-leaning Free List gained slightly with 11.1 percent of the vote. (AP Photo/Keystone,Peter Klaunzer)
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