Then you'll get to hear the latest gossips on who did what and how awful it was. Some politicians will try to convince you that you made the right choice and not to change it next year for the general elections. Others will try to remind you of the good old days when they were at the head of the country and yet some others will try to gain the sympathy of the population by telling about how they have been betrayed by people they trusted.
Some would work on their speech to add a touch of humour and others will forget some of their text in the middle of their speech and will need to refer to their paper.
Then there's the crowd, those huge mono-coloured crowds, which make me wonder why so many people would want to ruin their public holiday and go attend those meetings. And I've always wondered why politicians fought over the number of people attending their meeting. It's like:
1st politician - I got the hugest crowd.
2nd politician - No I did.
1st politician - You manipulated the image so that your crowd looks bigger.
Huh? But that's the way it goes and it will go on and on every single year. Can't change that, can we? It's part of our culture, which is not a bad thing actually. It provides some free entertainment and discussion topics and we sure as hell need that. :D