International Election Remedies

    International Election Remedies

    International Election Remedies

    International Election Remedies addresses the ways in which electoral rights can be protected and enforced. International Election Principles: The Rule of Law in Democratic Elections set out and discussed the principles of free, democratic elections and the threats to the exercise of democracy. This book is an essential next step in the literature of human rights and free elections.

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    “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, followed by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, defined and guaranteed rights of individuals and as citizens. International Election Principles: The Rule of Law in Democratic Elections (ABA 2009) set out and discussed the principles of free, democratic elections and the threats to the exercise of democracy. History teaches, however, that there is never an effective right without a remedy for violation of that right. Now International Election Remedies addresses the ways in which electoral rights can be protected and enforced. This book is an essential next step in the literature of human rights and free elections.” James Roosevelt, Jr.

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    Contributors

    Andrew McCoy, Avery Davis-Roberts, Benjamin E Griffith, Cameron Quinn, Chad R Vickery, David Ennis, James Roosevelt Jr, Katherine Ellena, Lisa R Handley, Magnus Ohman, Megan Ritchie, Michael Yard, Peter Lepsch, Steve Bickerstaff, Terry Hoverter

    Editors

    John Hardin Young

    Sponsors

    Division for Public Services

    ISBN

    9781634257749

    UPC Code

    9781634257749

    Product Code

    3570000

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    Paperback

    Publication Date

    10/31/2016 12:00:00 AM

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