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Right to Reject: What the government, EC must do now

Sep 29, 2013

Right to Reject: What the government, EC must do now

The government must not be allowed to manipulate the SC judgment -- clear steps have already been listed to make the right to reject all candidates effective. #UPA #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Politicians #Election Commission of India #Right to Reject #negative voting #none of the above
How the right to reject will put pressure on political parties

Sep 28, 2013

How the right to reject will put pressure on political parties

This process will ensure that political parties will be under pressure to put up cleaner and more acceptable candidates. #HowThisWorks #Supreme Court #Political parties #Right to Reject #NOTA #none of the above #Election Comission
SC gives voters right to reject: 5 things you need to know

Sep 27, 2013

SC gives voters right to reject: 5 things you need to know

What the Right to Reject means, how it's different from not voting, everything you want to know about negative voting #HowThisWorks #India #Elections #Supreme Court #Politicians #Election Commission of India #Right to Reject #negative voting
Right to Reject is welcome, more reforms needed: Civil society

Sep 27, 2013

Right to Reject is welcome, more reforms needed: Civil society

This could increase overall voting percentage, is first step towards demanding re-elections, say activists. #India #Elections #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Election Commission of India #Right to Reject #negative voting

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Electoral reforms: How secret is your ballot?

Sep 13, 2012

Electoral reforms: How secret is your ballot?

Has the lack of electoral reforms prevented India from choosing political leaders of its choice? #India #Elections #PoliticsDecoder #Election Commission #Electoral reforms #Right to Reject

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Electoral reforms: How secret is your ballot?

Jul 14, 2014

Sidebar: Roberts’s Incremental Approach Frustrates Supreme Court Allies

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. often ruled with the Supreme Court’s conservative majority, but without aggressively rejecting precedents, much to the chagrin of the right side of the court...
Electoral reforms: How secret is your ballot?

Jul 11, 2014

Federal judge refuses to stay execution of Arizona death row inmate

A federal judge has rejected a bid to postpone the July 23 execution of an Arizona death row prisoner who contended that secrecy over the state's lethal injection protocol violated his 1st Amendment rights...
Electoral reforms: How secret is your ballot?

Jul 14, 2014

Sidebar: Roberts’s Incremental Approach Frustrates Supreme Court Allies

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. often ruled with the Supreme Court’s conservative majority, but without aggressively rejecting precedents, much to the chagrin of the right side of the court...