liberty to vote

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Conceptually a majority for a particular right cause could only be possible when members are at liberty to vote in a way that does not always coincide with, predetermined by their respective parties.
The weakest political force comes out to be MQM, partly because it has been bifurcated into two factions after the anti-Pakistan speech of Altaf Hussain and partly due to the diminishing influence of the party owing to Karachi operation, which confined its sector commanders to their homes.The results of upcoming elections, at least to the extent of Karachi can be pleasantly surprising, keeping the liberty to vote factor in mind.
"My voters are now left at liberty to vote the candidate who so ever they choice to vote for in the scheduled July 21 elections", he declared without responding in detail.
This gives Yadav the liberty to vote against the government and lodge his protest officially on the matter.
And I could not help but think of the contrast of the sacrifice that these folks made for us to be free and to have the liberty to vote for our elected officials, and in Georgia less than 19 percent of the people voted."

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