free election

free election
свободные выборы

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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  • Free election — (Polish: wolna elekcja ) was the election of individual kings, rather than of dynasties, to the Polish throne between 1572 and 1791, when free election was abolished by the Constitution of May 3, 1791.Actually the first documented election of a… …   Wikipedia

  • free election — An election at which the voter is left in the untrammeled exercise, whether by civil or military authority, of his right or privilege,–that is, where no impediment or restraint of any character is imposed upon him either directly or indirectly… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • free election — Exists where each voter is allowed to cast his ballot as his own conscience dictates. See also free and equal …   Black's law dictionary

  • free election — Exists where each voter is allowed to cast his ballot as his own conscience dictates. See also free and equal …   Black's law dictionary

  • Election sejm — (Polish: sejm elekcyjny) was one of three kinds of special sejm in pre partition Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth. Upon vacancy of the throne, the election sejm, meeting at Wola outside Warsaw, elected a new king.Any hereditary nobleman could vote… …   Wikipedia

  • Election — This article is about the political process. For other uses, see Election (disambiguation). Free election redirects here. For the free elections of Polish kings, see Royal elections in Poland. A ballot box An election is a formal decision making… …   Wikipedia

  • free and equal — As used in a constitutional provision that election shall be free and equal, the word free means that every one entitled to vote should have a reasonable opportunity to do so, a reasonable manner of doing so, etc., and the word equal means that… …   Black's law dictionary

  • free and equal — As used in a constitutional provision that election shall be free and equal, the word free means that every one entitled to vote should have a reasonable opportunity to do so, a reasonable manner of doing so, etc., and the word equal means that… …   Black's law dictionary

  • free — 1 /fri:/ adjective ALLOWED TO DO WHAT YOU WANT 1 allowed to do whatever you want, without being controlled or restricted : free to do sth: The children are free to decide which activity they would like to do. 2 feel free spoken used to tell… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • free — free1 [ fri ] adjective *** ▸ 1 not costing anything ▸ 2 not prisoner/slave/held ▸ 3 not tied/fixed ▸ 4 available for something ▸ 5 not limited by rules ▸ 6 not affected by something bad ▸ 7 when you talk/give a lot ▸ 8 time with no work to do ▸… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • free — I UK [friː] / US [frɪ] adjective Word forms free : adjective free comparative freer superlative freest *** 1) something that is free does not cost anything All talks start at 2.30 pm and admission is free. There is plenty of free parking. free… …   English dictionary

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