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1 When was universal suffrage introduced in your country?
2 However, the government continued to resist demands for universal suffrage, preferring a power-sharing system.
3 Even now,(www.Sentencedict.com) not every country in Europe has universal suffrage.
4 The granting of universal suffrage in 1931 did not immediately undermine their position.
5 A 21 - unicameral parliament, elected by universal suffrage a term of two years.
6 She hoped to witness universal suffrage during her lifetime.
7 A third view proposes attaining universal suffrage in phases after 2016.
8 Universal suffrage was introduced and human rights were guaranteed.
9 The NPC Standing Committee has already ruled out universal suffrage by 2007.
10 He was an advocate of universal suffrage as a basis for social equality.
11 The 44-member General Council and 45-member Regional Council are elected for six-year terms by universal suffrage.
12 The propertied class which called itself liberal was immediately opposed to universal suffrage and to the masses in general.
13 They also declared that the president of the republic should be elected by universal suffrage.
14 It was also the year of the first presidential election held under universal suffrage.
15 Monarchy was as widely taken for granted at the end of the nineteenth century as is universal suffrage today.
16 The constitutional commission had also agreed that the country's President should be elected by direct universal suffrage.
17 So the concept of a Bill of Rights was not imposed on a parliamentary authority already based on universal suffrage.
18 Legislative authority is vested in a 50-member unicameral parliament, which is similarly elected by universal suffrage for a five-year term.
19 Executive power is vested in the President, who is elected by universal suffrage for a five-year term.
20 In the referendum the population of Western Samoa voted narrowly in favour of the introduction of universal suffrage.
21 A unicameral legislature, the National Assembly, is also elected every five years by universal suffrage.
22 Tony Blair is an exceptionally gifted politician, perhaps the most natural persuader to have occupied the country's highest office since universal suffrage was introduced in 1928.
23 And lastly the possessing class rules directly by means of universal suffrage.
24 In 1842, the suffragist movement under the leadership of Thomas Dorr developed into an armed rebellion, which eventually forced the state government to adopt universal suffrage.
25 All 60 seats will be elected on the basis of universal suffrage.
26 It is the significance of laws guaranteeing free speech, universal suffrage, and equality before the law.
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