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Vote for NRIs boosts democratic principle

The principle of allowing all Indians to vote in a general election has a sound basis in parliamentary democracy. Once accepted, only the modalities remain to be tackled, and this process is currently on at the prompting of the Supreme Court after ... Deccan chronicle, 2 weeks ago
Indian democracy on the crossroad DNA India, 1 week ago
Is Democracy in Decline? The Weight of Geopolitics Brookings Institution, 3 days ago

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Don`t denigrate Parliament through words or deeds: Naqvi to MPs

Underlining role of parliamentary democracy in protecting Constitutional rights, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Tuesday urged the MPs not to "denigrate" Parliament through their words or deeds.
 Zee News1 month ago Don't denigrate Parliament through words or deeds: Naqvi to MPs  IndiaTV News1 month ago

Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi urges MPs not to denigrate Parliament; asks youth to be politically pro-active

Stating that Parliamentary Democracy is the custodian of basic Constitutional rights of the people, the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs and Minority Affairs Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has urged the elected representatives of the people not to ...
 PIB1 month ago Naqvi urges MPs to respect parliament  Prokerala1 month ago Naqvi urges MPs not to denigrate Parliament  Business Standard1 month ago
Jagran Post

Conversion row: Agree to disagree is the beauty of democracy, Naidu to opposition

Criticising the opposition for stalling the house on the conversion issue, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday asserted that the government cannot be made to accept what the opposition wants, and added that agreeing to ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Government to go the extra mile to accomodate opposition: Naidu  Jagran Post2 months ago

Fiji opposition boycotts Modi address to parliament

The Fijian opposition Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) Wednesday boycotted the address to the Fijian Parliament by visiting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for which Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama apologised terming it an "inexcusable ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago The Future of Parliaments. Addressing the Challenges Address by Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Palais de lEurope, Strasbourg, Tuesday, 27th January 2015  Aras an Uachterain2 days ago Fiji oppn to boycott Modi's speech due to internal politics  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Vote is the purest voice in democracy

No number of precedents or citing of parliamentary procedures can justify the passage of Devendra Fadnaviss trust motion in the Maharasthra assembly by a voice vote For the purest voice in parliamentary democracy is the actual vote not supportive ayes ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago
Deutsche Welle

Left-wing Syriza wins Greek parliamentary election with near absolute majority

Greece's governing conservative New Democracy (ND) party conceded defeat on Sunday as partial official results put the leftist Syriza party at 35.4 percent, a few seats short of an outright 151-seat majority in the 300-seat parliament. "We lost," ...
 Deutsche Welle4 days ago The End of the Center-Left? Greek Socialists Lose to Hard Left and Neo-Nazis  Breitbart.com3 days ago Greece's Problem: Persistent Fiscal Irresponsibility and Too Few Reforms  Peterson Institute for International Economics13 hours ago Greece PM accepts defeat in parliamentary elections  News.am4 days ago
Computer Weekly

Digital Democracy: Call For Online Voting

Online voting should be introduced by 2020 to improve democracy and engage more people in politics, according to a parliamentary commission. Social media and online campaigning is expected to have a huge influence on the General Election in four ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 days ago Future of parliament report calls for digital engagement and online voting  Computer Weekly3 days ago Should we be able to vote online?  BBC3 days ago Britain 'Must Take Lead' In Online Voting  Sky News4 days ago
Islamic Republic News Agency

Support for terrorism will not establish democracy: Larijani

Iran's Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Ali Larijani has lashed out at world powers for pursuing double-standard policies on Syria, stressing that support for terrorism will not lead to the establishment of democracy. Democracy cannot be established in a ...
 IRIB World Service4 days ago Larijani Denounces Double Standards on Syria  Kayhan International3 days ago Larijani: Democracy not to come through tunnel of terrorism  Islamic Republic News Agency5 days ago

Greeks Vote Against Euro And European Union And For Home Rule And Democracy

It has been centuries since Greece mattered much in world affairs. But Syriza's striking victory in the Greek parliamentary election Sunday could reshape Europe. In voting for the radical left-wing party the Greek people have reinvigorated home rule ...
 Forbes.com2 days ago Greeks Vote Against Euro and For Democracy  Cato Institute1 day ago Greeks vote in 'make or break' poll  Radio Television Hong Kong5 days ago Trojan Hearse:Greek Elections and the Euro Leper Colony  Groong8 hours ago
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