Eurovision 2009: EBU to reveal 50/50 vote split in full

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This coming Friday, July 31st 2009, the EBU will publish the full breakdown on how each country voted in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 final last May.

The EBU (European Broadcasting Union) the organisation that runs the contest, has decided toreveal the jury and televiting split in full on their website eurovision.tv

An announcement has been published on their youtube site saying that for the purpose of"openness andtransparency" that this will be done on Friday, July 31st. Some countries have already revealed how their jury and public voted already.

This year seen the introduction of a 50/50 voting split at the Eurovision Song Contest final with the jurys' and televoting combined to give an overall vote for each respective country. So on Friday we'll be able to see exactly how each country's jury and televoting public voted seperately before the votes were combined.

  • Watch the announcement by the EBU's Sietse Bakker here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYbMwiTUCng&rel=0

Below you can read the detailed results revealed so far by some of the participating broadcsters as published by esctoday.com in the previous months:

France
Switzerland
Ireland
The Netherlands

United Kingdom
Portugal
Slovenia
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Poland
Cyprus
Israel
Spain
Finland
Denmark
Belgium

Here in the article linked below, you can read the final jury points for the Eurovision Song Contest final.

Norway: Alexander was the juries' favourite

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