Imagine being an American but not being granted the same rights that other Americans enjoy. Imagine not being able
The United States Constitution, written in 1787 to provide a cornerstone for the development of America as a nation,
It would be very easy, when looking at people’s lack of confidence in the democratic system, to forget just
The idea of taking action beyond the ballot box is rooted in not having a vote. However, the meaning
A debate that has been going on in the UK for several years has finally been settled by the
Those who would introduce compulsory voting generally use the arguments that: Voting is not just a right; it’s a
A variety of technologies is available for electronic voting: Voting machines in polling stations Kiosks in public places (e.g.
The jury is still out on e-democracy: some say that it solves the problem of how to get people
Democracy in the sense in which that word is used in the West requires that the people take part
Answering this question will bring accusations of political bias and comments that: “No! THEY are free and in control.