By definition, the residual includes the value of the voting right
after the adjustment for company-specific factors.
This historical perspective concerning the ownership and voting rights
of the Amax Group on the one hand and Mitsui on the other hand is an important backdrop to the events occurring the following decade.
In a scathing opinion issued this year, she ruled that the city had violated the Voting Rights
Act and reinstated the city's eight single-member districts.
triumphant, with John Lewis as the central protagonist, provide the powerful opening narrative for Ari Berman in Give Us the Ballot.
c He opposed the voting rights
marches and was an enemy of integration.
This book is especially detailed in its historical research and insightful in its political analysis concerning the linkage between the voting rights
march in Selma, Alabama, on March 7, 1965, and the signing of the Voting Rights
Act by President Lyndon B.
Greek Cypriots have voting rights
in the UK only because Cyprus was part of the colonial empire, which is now the Commonwealth, but Cypriots do not have the same voting rights
in Holland or Germany or Belgium etc.
An original component of the 1965 Voting Rights
Act, Section 5, requires pre-clearance by either the Attorney General or the U.S.
Ex-felons will have to wait to vote in Florida and Iowa after governors in those states recently reversed policy automatically restoring voting rights
upon release from prison.
of Oklahoma) examine southern voting-rights advances since passage of the Voting Rights
Act of 1965, the translation of access into representation, and the evolution of southern politics in relation to the role of the minority electorate.
(ADPnews) - Jan 14, 2010 - Abu Dhabi-based International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) and Austrian state-owned holding company OeIAG own 51.5% of the voting rights
of Austrian oil and gas group OMV AG (WBAG:OMV), the latter said today.
The bipartisan DC Voting Rights
Act, sponsored by Rep.