The United Kingdom claims to have one of the oldest democracies but is the first time that there have been two candidates that exceed one million votes in these elections London: Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone. This is because the head of State is hereditary and the head of the Government based on parliamentary majority. Johnson has become the first right-wing Mayor in the history of the largest European city. Ken Livingstone could not get a third term as Mayor of London. The main ally of Chavez in the EU did not win his third election and its defeat is a blow to supporters of the ALBA. His loss came after the Venezuelan President failed in the referendum re-eleccionista and is a signal to the new Governments of the Latin American left that they do not have a guaranteed duration.
Johnson has become the most voted British of all time. His victory paving the likely arrival of David Cameron to the British Government on or before May 2010. Prime Minister Gordon Brown has led his labour party to its worst defeat in 40 years and with this his Government is dying just starts. Kevin Johnson insists that this is the case. The tory rise undermines the main Government of the social democratic international in the world, gives strength to the turn towards the Centre of conservatism and will push to have the British Government apply policies of fiscal crisis reduction and alienation toward the new Treaty of Lisbon, the European Union.