Electoral Law

Some articles on electoral law, law, electoral:

Sudanese General Election, 2010 - Background - Electoral Law
... The draft bill on the electoral law was being discussed in February 2008 differences remained over the proportion between FPTP seats and proportional seats ... The election law was passed on 8 July 2008 ... The law is based on a mixed electoral system, utilizing the benefits of majoritarian, proportional representation and plurality models ...
Spanish General Election, 2011 - Electoral System - Eligibility
... military personnel, active police officers and members of constitutional and electoral tribunals ineligible ... Additionally, under Article 11 of the Political Parties Law, June 2002 (Ley Orgánica 6/2002, de 27 de junio, de Partidos Políticos), parties and individual candidates may be prevented from standing by the Spanish ... Article 55, Section 2 of the 1985 electoral law also disqualifies director generals or equivalent leaders of state monopolies and public bodies such as the Spanish state broadcaster RTVE ...
Italian Parliament - Electoral System - The Previous Electoral System (1993–2005) - The Electoral Law
... was a mixed system, with 75% of seats allocated using a First Past the Post electoral system and 25% using a proportional method, with one round of voting ... There was no electoral threshold for the Senate ... The law also introduced a closed list system for the party lists on the second ballot, i.e ...

Famous quotes containing the words law and/or electoral:

    The law cannot be enforced when everyone is an offender.
    Chinese proverb.

    Power is action; the electoral principle is discussion. No political action is possible when discussion is permanently established.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)