Finally, a focus on enfranchisement
avoids the remaining
was primarily an economic decision for applicants, the case files it generated contain considerable information about work lives, general economic circumstances, and sometimes future plans.
These explorations of past and present colonizing within the context of the Indian Act and its predecessors broadened to include far more than just the enfranchisement
scheme and the modern-day fee simple proposals.
At the end of the day, for most groups that choose to go down the enfranchisement
route, the process is an unqualified success, with many real and perceived benefits.
facility', the board has involved its
A majority of Palestinians live under Israeli military occupation and are denied citizenship, enfranchisement
, independence and self-determination.
I think it would be unconscionable, in the face of the first time the Arab League and the Gulf states are turning to the world for help in order to move toward greater enfranchisement
of their people, for the United States to move away," said the senator, who is on a trip to Egypt.
of NRIs is expected to make huge difference in states like Kerala where more than 10 percent of it's adult population live abroad.
Concerning the fight for emancipation, middle class women supported a conditional enfranchisement
based on education privilege, while working class and socialist feminists demanded universal suffrage.
The Mubarak regime so far is ignoring the demand for expat enfranchisement
The Paris repatriation issue prompted sociologist Mihail Mirchev of the ASSA-M Agency to say, in an article written for mass-circulation daily Trud, that enfranchisement
should be allowed only if a would-be voter had a minimum of eighth-grade education.
In the old days they used to call this enfranchisement