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Synonyms for enfranchise

give the vote

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  • give the vote
  • give voting rights
  • grant suffrage
  • grant the franchise
  • grant voting rights

Synonyms for enfranchise

grant freedom to

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grant voting rights

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Jin Matsubara, a House of Representative member of the DPJ, told the meeting, ''There is an argument that Europe is positive about enfranchising (foreigners) but that does not hold water in Japan.
Thinktank Demos said the case for enfranchising 16-and 17-year-olds was now "stronger than ever".
It is absolutely crucial to build value in your business by enfranchising senior management and aligning them with your strategy.
Chinese studies scholar Took, also a practicing lawyer in Melbourne, explains that the Chinese state exercised indirect control over minority peoples on its borders by enfranchising native chieftains.
Cook's conviction that "the rise of the child consumer is part of a larger movement toward enfranchising children as full persons in Western culture" makes these questions even weightier (p.
Emir Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmed Al Sabah issued a decree enfranchising women in 1999, but unfortunately this was subsequently rejected by the National Assembly.
Bush actually intended enfranchising gay people or embracing the struggles of any minority group or community of the oppressed or anything beyond spewing balloon juice about "opportunity" and "ownership" and how these platitudes matter more than laws that protect minorities and courts that enforce
Since the nation's founding, we've moved forward, enfranchising more and more groups: from people who didn't own property and immigrants in the mid-19th century, to blacks after the Civil War, to women in 1920, to 18-year olds and blacks in a real sense again in the 1960s.
Together they created a document that I think truly does offer the possibility of a democracy that is genuinely pluralist and genuinely expanding and enfranchising more and more people, but only with a tremendous amount of struggle and hardship.