disenfranchisement


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the act of withdrawing certification or terminating a franchise

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A Look at Legal and Legislative Challenges to Felon Disenfranchisement Laws, 89 MINN.
The practice of felon disenfranchisement has received significant
1517 was introduced, recount the bill's legislative history, examine the positive and negative effects of the new law, and briefly discuss the potential for future reforms in light of national trends to reduce the severity of felony disenfranchisement laws.
Given the severity of current policy and its effects, it is consistent with the ethical imperatives of the profession that social workers take a more assertive stance against disenfranchisement.
The impact of mass incarceration and disenfranchisement on individuals and communities of color is devastating.
The speakers said Afkari had defeated his arch rival Haji Bahadar Khan by over 4000 votes but the ECP soon after the election declared the result null and void when some of the NGOs women workers made hue and cry over the women disenfranchisement issue.
She noted that migrant workers, internally displaced persons (IDPs), refugees and those living abroad also faced disenfranchisement, as well as those living in floods and conflict affected areas.
She added that one way for facilitating vote fraud is voter disenfranchisement which is a mass form of rigging and that only favors the Tory party.
This paper uses two theories to understand and explain how disenfranchisement becomes socially acceptable based on the negative social construction of perceived dependence.
In its report to the Commission, the Tennessee SAC finds that since 1981 there have been several amendments to the Tennessee disenfranchisement statute that have had the effect of expanding the scope of ex-felon disenfranchisement in the state.
In the South, state disenfranchisement laws are an ugly remnant of Reconstruction when officials did everything possible to limit the electoral strength of black Americans.
Whilst under the existing EU Treaties, member states are competent to determine who can benefit from the right to vote in national elections, disenfranchisement practices can negatively affect EU free movement rights.
The main justification for disenfranchisement rules that citizens living abroad no longer have sufficient links with their home country seems outdated in today s interconnected world.
At a time when we should be reaching out to all our Baloch brethren so that we can reduce the feeling of disenfranchisement and marginalization amongst them, this cruelty being shown to the Bugti caravan seeking a return to their homes simply reaffirms the negative propaganda our enemies convey to our Baloch citizens", Khan added.
He argues that it is unfair, unlawful, and inhumane to disallow felons the vote after they have completed their incarceration, and that variations in state law vis-a-vis felon disenfranchisement are irrational and inconsistent, and contradict the principle of constitutional democracy.