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The ombudsman said that open for the citizens will be all seven offices of the ombudsman in Skopje, Bitola, Kicevo, Kumanovo, Strumica, Tetovo and Stip in order to help citizens exercise and protect their voting right.
Replying during question hour, he said that, "The government has principally decided to give voting right to overseas Pakistanis.
Global Banking News-January 31, 2011--Indian finance ministry looking to amend voting rights in private banks(C)2011 ENPublishing -
In addition to agency considerations, the voting right attached to a share has value because it enables shareholders to make decisions that increase the value of the cash flows.
The Tax Court stated that any approval right given to a group of shareholders to restrict the rights of a board of directors under local law could be viewed as a "voting right" that has to be taken into account in determining voting power.
Release date- 27082019 - Monthly declaration of the total number of shares and voting rights composing the company's capital (at July 31 th , 2019).
According to the announcement, BlackRock Inc's indirect shareholding in UPM has increased to 27,373,332 shares, corresponding to 5.12% of UPM shares and voting rights.
Previously, on 8 August 2018, BlackRock held indirectly via shares, 4.94% of the share capital and voting rights in Genmab A/S.
A previous special committee handled voting rights issues only when requested by the NPS.
The local voting rights squabble had caught the attention of voting rights advocates and legal observers nationwide as some looked to it as a possible test case of whether the Voting Rights Act still serves as a safeguard for voters of color.
The Laborers' International Union of North America (LIUNA) celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, and remembers and honors all those who marched, fought, and even laid down their lives to secure and safeguard the voting rights of all Americans.
In March 1965, voting rights activists set out to march from Selma, Alabama, to
Bending Toward Justice: The Voting Rights Act and the Transformation of American Democracy.
Although it would be nice if all foreign residents in Cyprus could have voting rights, the reasoning of Mr Turner does not make sense.