is politically mature and understands the realities of the present day world.
that did take up their democratic right to vote chose by 52 per cent to 48 per cent to leave the European Union, that is a mandate in my book.
5% of the electorate
turned out in the 1997 election, ushering in Tony Blair's first Labour government.
However, as I have stated, the electorate
are not fools and can we really trust the Lib Dems?
No government should be allowed to break treaties that past governments have negotiated, to do so would be an insult to the country's electorate
It will not get elected to office without a right of centre leader, the default position of the British electorate
being to the right.
Albanian reconfiguration would be the most adequate response to SDSM's attempts to attract Albanian MPs from the electorate
of Albanian parties.
In the referendum of 1979, although 52% of those that voted said "Yes", the vote was not enacted due to the 64% turnout which meant that only 33% of the total potential electorate
actually did say Yes, thereby falling short of the 40% as was then required.
The decision of the British electorate
on May 7 to keep the Conservative government in power may grate with many people who regard the Conservatives as a nasty privileged party of ruthless upper class toffs, but it will enable them to finish the job of steering the economy from chaos to prosperity.
An online questionnaire was conducted some years ago, in which the outcome was very close, and only a small minority of the electorate
Perhaps if the other two thirds of the electorate
would vote, we might get some dierent people on our council who would take notice of public opinion
size this time is 24 million, excluding service voters, which is a 10 per cent increase over the electorate
for the 2009 Lok Sabha poll.