Election

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Elections are a part of the party political system, and a part of the "democratic" system. National elections typically take place every 4-5 years. In many, perhaps most, countries, elections are routinely won by one of just 2-3 large parties.

Fraud

Full article: Election/Fraud

The Langemann Papers revealed that Le Cercle was active attempting to influence elections in Europe in the 1970s. In 2018, the first Integrity Initiative Leak included a file xCountry.pdf which alphabetically listed the large nation states of Europe, and the US, together with the timing of their next election. Along side most of these countries were a set of people, email address and institutional affiliation. Traditionally, voting systems used paper, and were carried out according to protocols intended to minimize the chance of fraud. In recent years, especially in the US, there has been a push towards more easily defrauded, digital systems.


 

Examples

Page nameDescription
2016 London mayoral electionThe "big first test" for Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party
UK/1979 General electionNational elections to the UK parliament.
UK/2015 General electionNational elections to the UK parliament.
US/Presidential Election

 

Related Quotations

PageQuoteAuthorDate
George Carlin“It's a big club, and you ain't in it.

In America, anyone can become president. That’s the problem.”
George Carlin
Deep state“Although elected representatives are supposed to be the ruling power we see them coming and going while the true powers in our lives — political parties, bureaucracies, business corporations, the media, institutions of law and justice, quangos, international treaty agreements, financial systems, regulators etcetera — get on with business.”Ivo Mosely2013


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