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  Haiti 1988 - Chapter IIb
On July 24, 1987, the CNG, in an attempt to stop 4 weeks of violent anti-government protests and demonstrations, issued a decree requiring that demonstrators obtain a 72-hour prior authorization to hold a demonstration and that the organizers of the strikes be identified.
The CEP announced on November 3, 1987, that the municipal elections and the elections for Administrative Councils for the Communal Sections (CASEC) would be postponed until December 20, 1987 due to administrative difficulties and the climate of fear.
By November 8, 1987, the date voter registration closed, and in spite of the climate of violence, the CEP with the assistance of 30,000 volunteers had managed to register 2,246,000 voters, estimated at 73% of the electorate.
www.cidh.org /countryrep/Haiti88eng/chap.2b.htm   (5168 words)

  
 United Kingdom general election, 1987 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The UK general election, 1987 was held on June 11, 1987 and was the third victory in a row for Margaret Thatcher and the Conservatives.
She was the first leader since Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool to win three successive elections although this has since been matched by Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair.
The Conservative government had survived the industrial disputes with mine workers (1984–85) and print unions (1985–86), the 1986 Westland problems had been put aside with the loss of Michael Heseltine and Leon Brittan and the economy was performing well.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/UK_general_election,_1987   (357 words)

  
 Turkey National Assembly
In 1987 Özal convinced the National Assembly to adjourn itself one year short of its five-year mandate and hold new elections, a procedure that is permitted under the constitution.
Although the constitution stipulates that by-elections to fill vacant seats may be held once between general elections--unless the number of vacancies reaches 5 percent of the total assembly membership--the National Assembly has not scheduled such elections on a regular basis.
Furthermore, a deputy who resigns from his or her political party after an election may not be nominated as a candidate in the next election by any party in existence at the time of that resignation.
www.country-studies.com /turkey/national-assembly.html   (808 words)

  
 Parliamentary Election Act of Denmark
The mayor is chairman of the election committee.
(2) Notice shall for the county constituencies be given to the prefect, for Metropolitan Constituencies 1 and 2 to the chairman of the election committee in the City of Copenhagen and for Metropolitan Constituency 3 to the chairman of the election committee in Frederiksberg Municipality.
Expenses defrayed by the constituency municipality in advance, shall be distributed by the chairman of the election committee among the municipalities of the nomination district in proportion to the latest published population figures.
www.folketinget.dk /BAGGRUND/00000048/00232622.htm   (14365 words)

  
 Indonesia - Elections   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In the 1982 elections, Golkar won 64.3 percent of the total vote cast, trailed by the PPP's 27.8 percent and the PDI's 7.9 percent.
Analysis of the election returns showed that many of the former Nahdatul Ulama votes for the PPP went to Golkar in a demonstration of both Nahdatul Ulama's ability to deliver its constituents and a guarantee of continued government favor to Nahdatul Ulama's institutions and programs.
The election was "routine" because the earlier polarizing issues of Pancasila democracy had already been firmly resolved to the government's advantage.
www.country-data.com /cgi-bin/query/r-6314.html   (1163 words)

  
 1987 Australian Federal Election
The 1987 Federal election was called 6 months early by Labor Prime Minister, Bob Hawke, to capitalise on the disunity in the Opposition.
It was the first winter election in Australian Federal political history and resulted in an increased majority for the Labor government, a result that saw it become the first Labor government to win 3 successive terms.
The double dissolution election was called to capitalise on the disunity in the Federal Opposition, led by John Howard.
www.australianpolitics.com /elections/1987   (275 words)

  
 Philippines - Voting and Elections
Elections in the Philippines are the arena in which the country's elite families compete for political power.
Local elections were originally scheduled for August 1987, but because many May 1987 congressional results were disputed and defeated candidates wanted a chance to run for local positions, the Commission on Elections postponed local elections first to November 1987 and then to January 18, 1988.
Elections had to be postponed in six Muslim provinces, two Ilocano provinces, two New People's Army-dominated provinces, and Ifugao because of unsettled conditions.
countrystudies.us /philippines/86.htm   (1058 words)

  
 US Department of State Bulletin: Democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean: the promise and the challenge - includes ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The parliamentary elections ofDecember 3, 1984, were the first national elections since 1976, the first since the rise and disintegration of the Marxist New JEWEL Movement, and the first since the brief 1983 U.S.-Caribbean military operation to restore order.
Constituent Assembly elections on July1, 1984, with the participation of an unprecedented 72% of the eligible electorate were characterized by international observers to have been remarkably free and open.
Elections are to be held in November 1987 for a president and for members of the national legislature.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1079/is_v87/ai_4790322/pg_12   (1424 words)

  
 Texas Secretary of State, Statutory Filings Division, Statutory Documents Section: An Inventory of Election Registers ...
Elections for which returns are given include general elections, special elections and runoff elections, and primary elections (the last dating 1956-1978).
Although the creation of election or appointment registers was not specifically required by law during the Republic, the Texas Constitution of 1836 provides for election returns for "officers who are to be commissioned by the President" to be made to the Secretary of State.
Election registers are created to document the election of officials to state, district, and (through 1976) county office, and the appointment of officials to boards and commissions.
www.lib.utexas.edu /taro/tslac/30059/tsl-30059.html   (1842 words)

  
 Haiti 1990 - Chapter I
On the general conditions in which elections are held, the Commission's view in its various pronouncements has been that the various political groups shall participate in the election on an equal footing, i.e., that the basic conditions for the conduct of a campaign are the same for all of them.
On November 29, 1987, elections began in the midst of vandalism and violence that escalated throughout the day and which led the Electoral Council to cancel the election.
In July of 1990, municipal and legislative elections would be held and on October 17, 1990, the first round of presidential elections would be held, finally, on November 11, 1990, the second round of the presidential elections.
www.cidh.org /countryrep/Haiti90eng/chap.1.htm   (3364 words)

  
 Stylesheet for party politics essays 1963-2000
The defeat of the Conservative Party in the elections of 1964 was attributed to splits within the Conservative party that Douglas-Home was not able to handle, ethics scandals involving War Minister John Profumo and mounting trade deficits, as well as social unrest.
She constructed a new social base of support for her party that came less from the traditional conservatives' backers, the upper classes and landed gentry, than from the middle classes and skilled workers who felt increasingly discontent and unrepresented by the traditional policies and orientations of the two major political parties.
Thatcher was reelected prime minister in 1983 (when she strategically timed the elections after the victory in the Falkland Islands war with Argentina), again in 1987 (during a period of economic growth), and stayed in power until 1990.
www.janda.org /ICPP/ICPP2000/Countries/0-AngloAmerica/01-UK/UK63-00.htm   (1275 words)

  
 Party politics in Turkey, 1963-2000
In 1965 elections the Justice Party increased its share of seats in the National Assembly from 35% to 53%, while the legislative representation of the RPP felt from 38% to 30%.
In 1950 elections it was defeated by the DP, but after the coup of 1960, the RPP returned to the government under Inonu, but in coalitions with other parties (Janda, 1980: 880).
During 1973-1980 it contested elections in coalition with major parties; in 1973 elections it gained 11% of seats, and 5% of seats in 1977 elections.
www.janda.org /ICPP/ICPP2000/Countries/7-MiddleEastNorthAfrica/78-Turkey/Turkey63-00.htm   (2646 words)

  
 Finland - Smaller Parties and the Greens
It therefore competed in the 1987 election as a governing party, and it lost nearly half its seats in parliament.
With a single post in the government, even after the disastrous 1987 results, the SMP was in danger of losing its character as a protest party, the role which had brought it voter support.
Its share of votes declined sharply in the next national election, but rose again in 1987, and observers believed that a reliable base of support remained that was likely to ensure its continued existence.
countrystudies.us /finland/129.htm   (785 words)

  
 Al-Ahram Weekly | Home News | Running as religious duty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A member of the 1984 and 1987 parliaments and assistant secretary -general of the Doctors Syndicate, El-Erian was a key player when the group briefly flourished politically in the 1980s.
Despite your charge that the 1987 elections weren't fair, it was only in those elections and the elections of 1984 that the Brotherhood won seats in parliament.
The rigging in the 1987 elections was flagrant.
weekly.ahram.org.eg /2000/502/el2.htm   (1835 words)

  
 Oregon Blue Book Voting and Voter Registration
All regular elections in Oregon are held on one of four days, except in case of emergency.
The use of vote-by-mail was first approved on a limited basis by the legislature in 1981 and was made a permanent feature of elections in 1987.
At the primary election, voters registered in the major political parties, currently the Democratic and Republican parties, nominate candidates to run in the general election.
bluebook.state.or.us /state/elections/elections01.htm   (855 words)

  
 Brief history of election in Jammu and Kashmir   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
As the elections were stage managed, it immediately became a winning horse in 1967 as well as in the 1972 elections.
These elections were remarkable for their violence and the supporters of the Congress (1) maintained that elections had been rigged.
In 1987 elections the Muslim United Front would have gained a third of the seats according to most observers, but found itself cheated by blatant rigging to the advantage of the National Conference Party.
www.pak.gov.pk /public/kashmir/brief-history-election.htm   (678 words)

  
 The Hindu : IUML sitting pretty in its strongholds
But, it was the turn of U.A. Beeran to represent the constituency in the 1982 elections to the State Assembly only to give Moideenkutty Haji (who rejoined the IUML after his association with AIML for about 10 years), a sixth term in the Assembly in the 1987 elections.
The voting pattern of the constituency during the last five elections was that the LDF (rather the main rival of the IUML candidate) polled around 40 per cent votes while the IUML candidate won about 50 per cent of the valid votes polled.
C.T. Kunhalikutty Keyi represented the constituency in 1987 and U.A. Beeran in the 1991 elections.
www.hinduonnet.com /2001/05/01/stories/1501211t.htm   (1424 words)

  
 Suriname: Electoral Law of 1987
For the election of the members of the National Assembly, Suriname is divided into electoral districts whose boundaries correspond with the boundaries of the current district division.
The main polling station that is established for the election of the members of the Local Councils shall also serve as the main polling station that determines the compilation of the Local Councils and the District Councils.
If no election ink is detected on the voter's fingers, he shall be admitted to the polling only after he has dipped the extreme joint of the little finger of his left hand in election ink.
www.georgetown.edu /pdba/Electoral/Sur/suriname.html   (11965 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | South Asia | Kashmir's flawed elections
The first elections were held to the state's constituent-cum-legislative assembly in 1951.
It is widely believed that the elections of 1987 were rigged in favour of Mr Abdullah's party.
The elections of 1996 were held amid widespread allegations by ordinary people that the Indian troops coerced them into voting.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/south_asia/2223364.stm   (612 words)

  
 Articles - Liberal Democrats (UK)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Following Tony Blair's election as leader of the Labour Party in 1994, Ashdown controversially pursued a policy of cooperation between the two parties (with the two leaders even allegedly agreeing to form a coalition government).
This was especially true in 1983 and 1987 when their popular electoral support was greatest; their increase in the number of seats in 1997 and 2001 was largely due to the weakness of the Conservative Party in the later elections.
They are in favour of proportional representation for elections to both the House of Commons and a second chamber to replace the House of Lords, preferably by the STV system.
www.gaple.com /articles/Liberal_Democrats_(UK)   (3217 words)

  
 Al-Ahram Weekly | Labour Party | Islamism's melting pot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It was the use of the slate system in the 1987 elections that led to the tripartite alliance.
Of course, there is a difference between the scope of the coalition formed during the 1987 election, and what is happening at present.
I should point out that the 1987 elections was not the only time that members of the Islamic Alliance have worked together.
weekly.ahram.org.eg /archives/parties/labour/shukri.htm   (1287 words)

  
 SSHL: Latin American Election Statistics: Mexico: Elections and events 1985-1987   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
González Valderrama 1987: For "the elections of July 7, 1985, 400 federal deputyships, 111 relative-majority seats in state legislatures, 87 local governments, and seven governorships were at stake" (page 265).
Aguilar Camín 1993: "The local elections in several northern states with a strong opposition, especially in Chihuahua in 1986, were characterized by the open and massive use of federal government resources to support the official candidates by widespread suspicion of electoral fraud" (page 240).
For the elections of June 3, 1987 gives for each municipality the registered voters, total votes, number and percent of votes for eight parties, and the number and percent of null votes.
dodgson.ucsd.edu /las/mexico/1985mex.html   (2770 words)

  
 Soviet Union - ELECTIONS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Elections took place after six weeks of campaigning, and the candidates, until 1987 always unopposed candidates, had usually received more than 99 percent of the vote.
For example, the 1985 elections to an Omsk soviet included instructions to move the airfield farther from the city center, construct a new music center, and build parking facilities for invalids.
In June 1987, under Moscow's guidance, multicandidate local elections took place experimentally in less than 5 percent of the districts.
www.country-data.com /cgi-bin/query/r-12641.html   (513 words)

  
 May Day For Justice
Hang the Judges!" From 1987, he intensified his verbal attacks against the Judiciary in the news media, making damaging statements which clearly demonstrated that he did not understand the role of the Judiciary as being independent from the Executive and Legislative arms of Government.
In April 1987, after an UMNO leadership contest in which Mahathir very nearly lost to Finance Minister Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, there were allegations that several delegates who had voted were drawn from branches not properly registered under the Societies Act 1966.
In October 1987, he launched the notorious Operation Lalang in which at least 106 people were arrested and detained without trial under the ISA, including three very articulate critics, the Opposition Leader Lim Kit Siang, political scientist Dr. Chandra Muzaffar and leading lawyer Karpal Singh.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/Congress/5544/mayday.htm   (2256 words)

  
 Kerala Assembly Elections 1987- Brief backgrounder   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The elections to the Eighth Kerala Assembly were held on March 23, 1987.
Though the elections had been declared for all the 140 constituencies, the elections to two onstituencies-- Vamanapuram and Kottayam were countermanded following the demise of two independent candidates.
While the election to the 138 constituencies were held on March 23, the elections in the other two constituencies were delayed until June 2, 1987.
www.keralaassembly.org /brief87.html   (417 words)

  
 SWP Policy in the 1987 federal elections
In a June 24, 1987, discussion of the July 11 federal House of Representatives elections, the Socialist Workers Party national executive decided to support a first-preference protest vote for left alternative candidates wherever possible, and a vote for the Australian Democrats where no left alternative candidate was available.
In the 1987 federal elections, the most effective way to assist the process of building such a party was to maximise support for, and encourage links between, a range of progressive alternative candidates.
The fact that there was such a range of alternative candidates in 1987 reflects the persistence of a phenomenon that began to emerge in the 1984 elections with the appearance of the NDP.
www.dsp.org.au /dsp/ALP/SWP.htm   (2921 words)

  
 Assembly Election 1987   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Four months after the assumption of power by Dr. Farooq Abdullah, fresh elections were held for the State Assembly on 23 March 1987 which were contested by the Congress-I and the NC, in coalition.
Before the elections, various secessionist and fundamentalist forces joined hands to form a 'Muslim United Front' mainly pointing out that the NCF had capitulated before the Centre for the sake of power and bartered away the special identity of the State.
This election in a way was a watershed in the politics of the state.
www.jammu-kashmir.com /basicfacts/politics/assembly_election.html   (297 words)

  
 "The first national elections after Marcos" from the sassy lawyer's journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It was also the year of the first election under the Aquino government.
The product of the Commission’s work was the 1987 Constitution, reputedly the longest Constitution in any country in the world.
The funny thing about the 1987 elections was how many people surnamed Aquino filed their candidacy for various positions.
journal.houseonahill.net /index.php/journal/permalink/150   (509 words)

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