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Saturday, April 20, 2019

UNICEF TRAINING BABAT SSA NARMADA JILLA ANTARGAT 6 TO 8 NA SCIENCE-MATHS SHIKSHKO NE MOKALVA BABAT PARIPATRA

UNICEF TRAINING BABAT SSA NARMADA JILLA ANTARGAT 6 TO 8 NA SCIENCE-MATHS SHIKSHKO NE MOKALVA BABAT PARIPATRA
 Various theories have been formulated regarding the importance of voting in modern democracies and its system. As a result of these principles, in the form of social techniques of conflict prevention; As a way to attain reproduction towards governance; As a means of reconciliation between social conflict; As a method of getting the right decisions in the right circumstances, as a means to provide social needs and discontentment; And in the form of a way of protecting the minorities from being deprived of state benefits, voting has been recognized. Recently, a significant amount of attention has been paid to this problem, to what extent they have the franchise, they try to participate in the use of this right. According to the findings in this subject, people of those democratic countries participate in the maximum number of voting where "mandatory voting" system has been adopted. The principle of compulsory voting was first used in Canton, a Canton of Switzerland, with expansion, for which in 1835, Canton arranged for a penal offense by the legislators for non-participants in the district council elections. This arrangement has helped Swiss citizens to experience the responsibility of the franchise. Also, due to this arrangement, the workload of political organizations has also been lighter for voters to get them out of the house to be included in the poll. Similarly in Bavaria in 1881, Bulgaria adopted 1882 AD and Belgium adopted the 1893 EC mandatory voting system. According to the arrangement of Bavaria, if more than one-third of the total number of voters does not participate in the voting, then the absentees will have to bear the entire expenditure for re-election. Belgian has imposed three penalties for absent voters, under-finance penalties, public repudiations and franchise abductions.

In the opposition to compulsory voting, it is commonly said that it does not leave any place for the conscientious objector, however the character of non voters is not as important as the subject matter as to note that obtaining votes What are the tools used for. If, in a country, only the specific political organizations for the purpose of fulfilling specific objectives and self-interests inspire voters to join the poll, and thus collect their votes in their favor, then surely the election and voting arrangements Assigning it to the government will be more preferable so that this task can be done more responsibly.

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