This means that 54 per cent of the electorate
decided that they would, in effect, opt out of having a say in who formed the next government.
The British electorate
produced a good result that has kept the economy on the mend, Britain's place in Europe secure and the Kingdom united; and this despite -not because of -- the efforts of the politicians
While the existing 3 electorate
names may be retained, the Redistribution Committee is able to consider suggestions for new names for some or all of the existing electorates
, as well as names for the additional two electorates
sees the extended timetable to the promises made in the referendum as bad as 1979's devolution betrayal and sends 40 SNP MP's to Westminster in protest at the 2015 General Election (they also now see Scottish MPs as even more powerless in Westminster).
BEIRUT: Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk launched preparations Wednesday for parliamentary elections due to take place in November, and issued a decree inviting the electorate
to participate in the upcoming polls.
Perhaps if the other two thirds of the electorate
would vote, we might get some dierent people on our council who would take notice of public opinion
size this time is 24 million, excluding service voters, which is a 10 per cent increase over the electorate
for the 2009 Lok Sabha poll.
And treating the electorate
like gombeens will only alienate the party even further.
Third, in the present equation Sisi represents the military establishment, which weighs in the mind of the Egyptian electorate
more heavily than individual political parties whose performance has yet to be tested.
of the five districts are divided as following: 206,096 males, 46.
He termed it as unfortunate that all factions of Pakistan Muslim League which claim to be true representatives of All India Muslim League had denied Separate Electorate
Me does not screen content or restrict the electorate
from speaking up on the issues.