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compulsory voting
[kəmˈpʌlsəri ˈvəʊtɪŋ]

  • 强制投票

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  强制投票

从概念上来界定,强制投票Compulsory Voting)是一项旨在命令有选举权的公民参加投票的法律或者规范制度。

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  强制性投票

强制性投票Compulsory Voting):法律规定公民有投票的义务,并对不投票进行惩罚。这能保证普遍的选举参与,得到较高的投票率。

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短语

Voting compulsory 强制投票

Compulsory voting

  • abstract: Compulsory voting is a system in which electors are obliged to vote in elections or attend a polling place on voting day. If an eligible voter does not attend a polling place, he or she may be subject to punitive measures such as fines or community service.

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  • I think that what compulsory voting would lead to would be useless votes.

    认为强制投票产生许多无用选票

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  • Each division elects one member using compulsory preferential voting.

    每个部门采用强制偏好投票来选举一个成员

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  • In theory, that question is irrelevant in Brazil, since voting is compulsory.

    理论上巴西存在问题因为投票强制性的。

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  • Compulsory voting, they argue—an idea that has always been off-limits in Britain.

    ECONOMIST: Voting

  • Voting was compulsory and monitored - so citizens were wary of going against the Party.

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  • Exclude the countries where voting is compulsory—Greece, Luxembourg and Belgium—and the figure drops to 47% (see article).

    ECONOMIST: Euro-apathy | The

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