disenfranchisement


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17) William Walton Liles, Commentary, Challenges to Felony Disenfranchisement Laws: Past, Present, andFuture, 58 ALA.
11) Post-Ramirez legal challenges to disenfranchisement have
WASHINGTON'S PRIOR FELONY DISENFRANCHISEMENT SCHEME AND FAILED COURT CHALLENGES TO THAT SCHEME
Felon disenfranchisement hinders the democratic process by undermining equitable representation of citizens' interests, a critical component of a functioning democracy.
The scale of America's incarceration and disenfranchisement problem is unprecedented.
Major areas of concern, however, include the disqualification of many Muslim candidates on grounds related to their citizenship and the citizenship of their parents, and the disenfranchisement of hundreds of thousands of individuals across Myanmar society.
This study seeks to highlight the increasing efforts by state legislatures around the country to marginalize those deemed as "the other" through the enactment of disenfranchisement legislation.
The Tennessee SAC finds that the current Tennessee disenfranchisement laws are some of the most restrictive in the United States.
There is an unarguable racial component of disenfranchisement.
According to the Commission, the main justification for disenfranchisement rules - that citizens living abroad no longer have sufficient links with their home country - seems outdated in today's interconnected world.
They deal with the country's Parliamentary Elections Law, and the Political Disenfranchisement Law.
Major Egyptian political parties including the Muslim Brotherhood, April 6 Youth Movement, Coalition of the Youth of the Revolution, Liberal Party and Freedom and Justice Party have called on the people to take to the streets to demand the application of the political isolation or disenfranchisement law on all corrupted political, social and business figures, in the former ruling regime, from engaging in the presidential electoral process.