CORRUPT PRACTICES AND ELECTORAL OFFENCES

Authors

  • Srinibas Nayak , Sibasis Pattnaik

Abstract

Parliamentary democracy elections provide an opportunity to review the governance of
the country among common citizens. Election is a candidate who, via the free the will of people,
has a public function in representative democracy. Democratic democracy elections provide a
chance to evaluate the common man's governance of the country. Presidential race is a candidate
who, via the free will of the people, has a public function in representational government. The
expression 'choice' comes from that Latin verb 'legere' −' to choose. Voting means popular option
for office for a individual, usually via the vote of a legislative body. Webster 's dictionary
suggests that elections refer to just the choice by means of a poll of a single person to fill a
position or office. Under the Law Dictionary of Black, election means the confirmation process
of the individual to hold a public office or position normally. The role of the legal system is
critical to guarantee that elections are free and fair. In a representative particular social system
such as India, the people of the country are recognized as autonomous, otherwise technically
speaking. It is also important to hold free and fair elections so that people can really feel
sovereignty.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Srinibas Nayak , Sibasis Pattnaik. (2020). CORRUPT PRACTICES AND ELECTORAL OFFENCES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5086 - 5091. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1760