3 edition of Results of the 1993 Russian referendum and proportional elections found in the catalog.
Results of the 1993 Russian referendum and proportional elections
|Series||Lorton paper -- 15, Lorton papers -- 15.|
|LC Classifications||JN6699.A5 S15 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||96048138|
A referendum next year on proportional representation could mark B.C.'s last chance in a long time for electoral reform, says the man who co-chaired failed referendum bids in and Author: Sunny Dhillon. Whilst the four parties that dominated the Duma after the previous election in remain the parties of power, the shift in the particular balance of power represents an intellectual referendum on the state of Russian affairs over the last 5 years, more than it represents changing feelings towards particular parties.
THERE is “clear evidence” of direct Russian involvement in British elections, a Labour former minister has said. Former Europe minister Chris Bryant also warned that many believed some . promised to honour the results of the referendum on whether to change to a mixed member proportional (MMP) system, recommended by the citizens’ assem-bly, if those results indicated that Ontarians wanted a change. The outcome of the referendum, held on Octo , indicated clearly that Ontarians did not.
The European Parliament elections in May, by contrast, used a proportional system. Although the results are not directly comparable — voters tend to treat European elections . observation and guide further investigations into an election’s legitimacy. The search for objective methods using the data provided by a state’s election commission began, perhaps, with the late Sobyanin and Suchovolsky’s () analysis of Russia’s parliamentary elections and constitutional referendum.
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93 rows Failure of the two groups to reach a compromise led to Yeltsin dissolving the Congress of Location: Russia. Russia. April Referendum » Croatia. Presidential Election ; Elections by country.
Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbud. Results of the Russian referendum and proportional elections. By R Sakwa and Lorton House (United Kingdom) Abstract. SIGLEGBUnited Kingdo Topics: 05J - Political science, public administration. Year: OAI identifier: Provided by: OpenGrey Repository.
Download PDF: Sorry Author: R Sakwa and Lorton House (United Kingdom). In July, the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation confirmed the election of Pyotr Sumin to head the administration of the Chelyabinsk oblast, something that Yeltsin had refused to accept.
As a result, a situation of dual power existed in that region from July to October inwith two administrations claiming legitimacy on: Moscow, Russia.
Electoral Studies (),The Russian Elections of December MATTHEW WYMAN, BILL MILLER, STEPHEN WHITE AND PAUL HEYWOOD Department of Politics, Adam Smith Building, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8RT Reporting of the Russian elections of 12 December concentrated to a very great degree on the unanticipated success of the right-wing populist Vladimir Cited by: Referendum Questions: Question 1.
«Do you trust president of the Russian Federation, Boris Yeltsin» Question 2. «Do you support social-economic politics undertaken by the president and government of Russia from ?» Question 3.
«Do you consider necessary carrying out pre-term elections of the president of Russia?» Question 4. «Do you. Elections and the referendum Decemin Russia.
Unpublished report to the Administration of the President of the RF, Moscow. Unpublished report to the Administration of the President of the RF, Moscow. In several republics, the referendum results were invalidated by low turnouts caused by boycotts, or because voters failed to approve the constitution.
Many experts divided the myriad parties of the elections roughly into three main blocs: pro-Yeltsin reformists, centrists advocating a slower pace of reform, and hard-liners opposing reforms.
*The election results were a landslide victory for Putin's United Russia party. In addition, three other parties passed the threshold to gain Duma seats, improving their position as a result of the abolition of single-member districts. Duma election results: Further details of election law. Treisman D.
Elections in Russia, - Working paper WP7// ± Moscow: State University ² Higher School of Economics. - 38 р. In this paper, I review the main trends in voting in national elections in Russia sincediscuss the evidence of manipulation or falsification by the authorities, and use statistical techniquesAuthor: Daniel Treisman.
Western governments were understandably alarmed by the results of parliamentary elections in Russia on Decem The relatively strong showings of ultra-nationalist movements and Communist Party allies and relatively poor performance of forces supportive of President Boris Yeltsin warrant concern about the consequences for Russia's political stability and economic reform efforts.
These graphs show the results of the binding referendum on the electoral system. It was held at the same time as the general election and therefore attracted a high turnout. As the graphs reveal, the mixed-member proportional (MMP) system was favoured by voters on the Māori roll, who probably believed that it would allow for stronger expression of minority viewpoints such as Māori opinion.
Elections lie at the heart of democracy, and this book seeks to understand how the rules governing those elections are chosen. Drawing on both broad comparisons and detailed case studies, it focuses upon the electoral rules that govern what sorts of preferences voters can express and how votes translate into seats in a by: Soviet.
By mid-October local authorities were to have demarcated constituency boundaries. The old Law on the Election of Russian Federation People's Deputies stipulated that for elections to be valid a minimum 50% turnout of the eligible voters was required, but the new provisions reduced this to 25%.
The elections, moreover, in With returns from 79 of Russia's 88 regions and territories, the President's press office reported tonight that Mr. Yeltsin had won percent of the vote on the referendum's first question. In a recent book of essays on the Canadian electoral system, several of the authors Yet New Zealand adopted MMP inand the British that is a highly proportional result.
All electoral systems are imperfectly proportional. The translation of votes into seats is. Electoral. The Electoral System: Helping to Determine Who Won and Lost The results of the Russian elections suggest that electoral rules actually may have helped to determine which parties won and lost.
Different Russian electoral blocs and parties were dramatically more or less successful under different types of electoral by: This report is based on a Helsinki Commission staff delegation to Russia to observe the Decem parliamentary election and constitutional referendum.
Because of the importance of the event, and because charges had been leveled of improprieties and unfair access to the media, the Commission sent five staff members to Russia to observe the process for a period of more than two weeks.
The constitutional crisis reached a tipping point on Septemwhen Yeltsin aimed to dissolve the country’s legislature (the Congress of People’s Deputies and its Supreme Soviet), although the president did not have the constitutional authority to do so. Yeltsin used the results of the referendum of April to justify his actions.
About Election Commissions of the Russian Federation. Websites of Election Commissions of Regions of the Russian Federation Accreditation to Information Center of CEC of Russia during Elections; Brand Book and Heraldry; International Electoral Standards; International Observers Russian Federation, Moscow, Bol'shoy Cherkassky Pereulok.
In a two–stage referendum process, in andNew Zealand voters authorised a radical change from a plurality electoral system to proportional representation.Elections in Russia, Daniel Treisman A similar North-South divide could be seen in the April referendum on confidence in Yeltsin, and in the votes for reformers and Communists in the and parliamentary elections.
Russia’s regions differ in latitude by almost. 7 27 degrees, from Dagestan, which is on a level with.British Columbia is having a referendum on what voting system we should use for provincial elections.
A referendum is a vote on a public issue. The referendum is being held by mail from October 22 to December 7, Registered voters will get a voting package in the mail from Elections BC between October 22 and November 2, File Size: 1MB.