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Synonyms for voting

a choice that is made by counting the number of people in favor of each alternative

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The Senate voting reforms would make it harder for smaller parties to enter parliament through vote sharing deals.
PRO-DEMOCRACY protesters have demanded that Hong Kong's leader meet them and threatened wider actions if he does not, after he said China would not budge in its decision to limit voting reforms in the Asian financial hub.
The International Monetary Fund said yesterday member countries were moving closer to authorizing voting reforms agreed to in 2010 to reflect a shift in global power away from developed countries.
Constituents of BRICS, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, have pledged to provide USD75bn to boost the IMF's lending power if voting reforms were undertaken at the IMF.
It has become a hot issue given negotiations formally began this week on the next phase of IMF voting reforms to be completed in 2013.
VOTING reforms that would cut the number of Welsh MPs will go before the Commons today as Westminster politicians head back from their summer holiday earlier than usual.
Any proposed voting reforms must include some sort of mandatory legislation, where every single person over the age of 18 must vote replacing the current voluntary system.
Earlier, Mr Clegg emerged from the meeting to spell out the importance of voting reforms to protestors led by campaigner Billy Bragg.