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YOU SAID:

It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.

INTO JAPANESE

人々が選挙があった知っていることは十分です。票を投じる人は何も決めていません。票を数える人々はすべてを決めます。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

It is enough that people know there is an election. The person who cast the vote does not decide anything. People who count the votes will decide all.

INTO JAPANESE

人々は選挙があると知っていることは十分です。投票した人は何も決めていません。票を数える人々がすべてを決定します。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

People is sufficient to know that there is an election. People who voted has not decided anything. People who count the votes will determine all.

INTO JAPANESE

人々は、選挙があることを知ることで十分です。投票した人は何も決定していません。票を数える人々がすべてを決定します。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

People, it is sufficient to know that there is an election. People who voted has not decided anything. People who count the votes will determine all.

INTO JAPANESE

人々は、選挙があることを知ることで十分です。投票した人は何も決定していません。票を数える人々がすべてを決定します。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

People, it is sufficient to know that there is an election. People who voted has not decided anything. People who count the votes will determine all.

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