CESIDCentro Superior de Información de la Defensa (Spanish Intelligence Service)
CESIDCentar za Slobodne Izbore i Demokratiju (Center for Free Elections and Democracy; Belgrade, Yugoslavia)
CESIDCaller's Emergency Service Identification
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Three parties are hovering around the five percent threshold, according to Cesid. If they all get into parliament, it would reduce the Progressives' majority.
Para conseguir el objetivo, analizamos 265 acontecimientos que fueron noticia en la prensa, reflejados en 7.950 elementos, publicados entre los anos 1983 y 2013, referidas a las actividades del CNI y el CESID. Ademas, analizamos las informaciones de 3 diarios digitales y 28 libros que trataban sobre las actividades del servicio de inteligencia.
According to the CESID, voter turnout was 60.7%, less than the 67% reached in the second round of the presidential elections in February.
The Centre for Free Elections and Democracy (CESID) and the Centre for Monitoring (CEMI) said the "Yes" vote was an estimated 56.3 percent - surpassing the 55 per cent threshold required for the outcome to be validated.
GAL works within a "dirty war" tradition in the Spanish police and intelligence services, (15) initiated by the Spanish secret services (CESID), financed by the Spanish socialist government, and realized by the Guardia Civil, employing Italians, French, and Portuguese mercenaries.
Boris Tadic received 53.5pc of the vote, while Tomislav Nikolic got 45.1pc, according to independent monitors from Belgrade's CeSID group.
ISIS maintains this information is the basis of a report recently produced by the Spanish secret service, Cesid, and presented to the Madrid government.