CRIMES AND ELECTORAL OFFENSES COMMITTED DURING ELECTIONS OF THE LOCAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AUTHORITIES
Nicolae Ros ()
Fiat Iustitia, 2016, vol. 10, issue 2, 225-250
Law no. 115/2015 refers to the elections for local government authorities - local councils, county councils, mayors and presidents of county councils. Local councils, county councils and mayors are elected by universal, equal, direct, secret and freely expressed vote. The right to vote means the possibility recognized and guaranteed by the state to a person under the law, to participate in the appointment of the representative authorities of the State or territorial administrative units. The right to vote, as governed by Constitution has the following characteristics: universality, equality, direct and secret and is freely expressed. In Romania, compulsory vote was regulated and functioned under the Constitution from 1923, the citizens being forced to go to vote.
Keywords: Vote; electoral; elections; offenses; freely expressed (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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