Election Rights

Election Rights | Adelin UNGUREANU

Abstract: The human person, as social being, is directly involved in organizing the community it belongs in. A vide classification, from an election point of view, divides persons into voters and elected, the second category holding the social destinies of those from the first category, much larger obviously. The degree to which government leaders can be nominated, whether the population should or should not participate in nominating them through voting procedures, taking into consideration historical but also contemporary reasons, age requirements for acquiring the differentiated right to vote as well as the opportunity to be able to run and implicitly attain a public office or a public dignity position, all these along other aspects represent causes and consequences of the recognition and exercise of the right to vote and to be elected.  
Keywords: elections, referendum, vote, citizen, election campaign, term, rights and obligations, legislation.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18662/lumenlaw.2015.0401.03

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