suffrage

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Synonyms for suffrage

the right or chance to express an opinion or participate in a decision

Synonyms for suffrage

a legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US Constitution

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Councilmember Otto Lee of the Asian Pacific American Municipal Officials, the following provisions were pointed out as key in continuing equal voting rights:
During these four decades, a second generation of discrimination has emerged which serves to abridge or deny minorities their equal voting rights.
The struggle for women's rights is a story of strong women willing to take the lead and pave the way toward equal voting rights for all American citizens.
All members of Europe's proposed Banking Union must be granted equal voting status to avoid creating distortions in the financial sector, Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister argued yesterday.
And it was a Conservative government under Stanley Baldwin that in 1928 established an equal voting age of 21 for men and women.
The United States of America is violating international law when it denies DC residents equal voting rights in Congress.
They include: the capital structure of a firm--whether enough of its shares are tradable and whether shareholders enjoy equal voting rights.
1928 Parliament gives equal voting rights to all women.
The resulting equal voting rights per share mean that Julius Baer is opening itself completely to the public and the capital market.
A company committed to equal voting opportunity for the handicapped and "problem-free elections" used SolidWorks(R) 3D mechanical design software and COSMOS(R) design analysis software to speed its breakthrough assisted balloting system to market.
B) capital consists of 3,918,015,024 A shares and 2,440,410,614 B shares, each with equal voting rights.
Royal Dutch Shell plc's capital consists of 3,918,015,024 A shares and 2,440,410,614 B shares, each with equal voting rights.
The Robert Mondavi Corporation has reaffirmed its intent to seek shareholder approval, at the Annual Meeting, for its recapitalization plan which transfers the company's domicile to Delaware and converts its two class equity structure, where the Mondavi family Class B shareholders have 10 votes per share and the Class A shareholders have one vote per share, into a single class of shareholders with equal voting rights.