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The right to free elections

Yannick Lécuyer

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Supporting Free and Fair Elections | Democracy, … The most fundamental principle defining credible elections is that they must reflect the free expression of the will of the people. To achieve this, elections should be transparent, inclusive, and accountable, and there must be equitable opportunities to compete in the elections. These broad principles are buttressed by several electoral process-related obligations, as well as a number of key

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Swiss women won the right to vote in federal elections in 1971. By that year, most of Switzerland's states had instituted women's suffrage at the local level. However, a few didn't allow women to vote in local elections until the late '80s, and the state of Appenzell Innerrhoden didn't allow women to vote in local elections until 1991. Iraq: 1980. Women in Iraq got the right to vote and run Without this right there can be no free and fair elections. It guarantees the citizens ' free expression, the proper representativeness of elected representatives and ...