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Maldivians elect representatives in March

    Maldivians elect representatives in March

A total of eighty-five seats in the Maldivian parliament are set to be decided when voters head to the polling precincts on March 22. This is only the second such elections [...]

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Ecuador ready for sectional elections

    Ecuador ready for sectional elections

As campaign officially ends today, the stage is set for Ecuadorians to head to the polls this coming Sunday for the 2014 sectional elections. Ecuador’s voter roll currently has 11,682,314 registered [...]

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Ten things you should know about the Egyptian constitutional referendum 2014

    Ten things you should know about the Egyptian constitutional referendum 2014

Egypt will hold a referendum on its amended 2012 constitution over two days on 14 and 15 January, 2014. Voters will be asked if they approve of the draft constitution – [...]

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A new approach to improving elections

    A new approach to improving elections

During the 6th International Electoral Affairs Symposium 2013, Michael Bruter and Sarah Harrison, representing the International Center for Electoral Psychology (ICEP), presented a breakthrough approach to election administration. Using the lenses [...]

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Short History of Democracy

    Short History of Democracy

Among the various forms of government, democracy is arguably the most desirable as it is the least repressive, least prone to abuse, and is ostensibly the freest. Conventional thought places Greece [...]

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One Voter One Vote

    One Voter One Vote

Is the US electoral college violating a time-honored principle? For  people  with only a passing knowledge of  US elections,  the whole idea of an electoral college is a source of puzzlement. [...]

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