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Risks of e-voting

Matt Bishop, David Wagner
2007 Communications of the ACM  
process, ensuring election rights and introducing vote timestamp storage in the cards.  ...  In the context of e-voting systems, risk management is regarded as the characterization of the e-Voting System in Oman; this consists of defining the system for the risk assessment.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper was supported by the Ministry of Interior (MOI), Oman. Especial thanks for the department of Information Technology at the MOI.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1297797.1297827 fatcat:sw6ix2fptrhqxbwaqxcjsiq5ci

Issue Voting in Portugal: The 2002 Legislative Elections

André Freire
2004 West European Politics  
The most common campaign issue, was not a theme at all, but an appeal for votes, with both the PS and the PSD calling for an absolute majority. The second theme was football.  ...  Faced with the lack of an alternative government solution in parliament, the president called for early elections in March 17, 2002.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0140238042000283328 fatcat:5yryqw2fy5bdlhjhjepehqw7sq

The Rise and Fall of the Centre-Right Coalition Government in Portugal (2002-2005)

José M. Magone
2006 Lusotopie  
centro-direita sobre a economia, a sociedade e a política portuguesa.  ...  Mélanges ------ --P O A ascensão e a queda do governo de coligação do centro-direita em Portugal (2002de coligação do centro-direita em Portugal ( -2005 Este artigo avalia a influência da coligação da  ...  The end result was heavy losses at the European Parliament elections, regional elections in the Azores and, finally, in the legislative elections of 18 February 2005.  ... 
doi:10.1163/17683084-01301004 fatcat:7odyukx72fdkfiz24623e23vuq

As notícias sobre corrupção e as redes de sociabilidade: um estudo exploratório em Portugal, Brasil e Angola

Isabel Cunha
2018 Observatorio (OBS*)  
Portugal, Brazil and Angola integrate the Lusophone space, a regional space within globalization, with historical roots in the Portuguese colonial empire, characterized by the sharing of a common language  ...  cases in Portugal and Brazil, with developments in Angola, a Portuguese speaking African country.  ...  Voting is compulsory and voters are called to vote every two years to elect representatives for four-year terms in general and municipal elections.  ... 
doi:10.15847/obsobs12220181151 fatcat:h4zv7lhaqna6rh5uuf2pdeo4ze

Disability inclusive elections in Africa: a systematic review of published and unpublished literature

Bhavisha Virendrakumar, Emma Jolley, Eric Badu, Elena Schmidt
2018 Disability & Society  
However, in Africa they are often unable to exercise their right to vote. This study sought to systematically review available evidence on inclusive elections in Africa.  ...  Barriers to political participation can occur at any electoral stage and can be broadly categorised into three groups: lack of education and financial resources; stigma and negative social attitudes; and  ...  for Electoral Systems.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09687599.2018.1431108 fatcat:hvhg3gnz3jbhhjzajuphmd6fyu

Social entrepreneurship: legislative contributions
Empreendedorismo social: contributos legislativos

Maria Elisabete Ramos
2019 Revista Electrónica de Direito  
The Portuguese legal environment presents weaknesses in the professionalization of cooperative managers and in the transparency of IPSS.  ...  This study evaluates whether the legal ecosystem related to the incorporation of cooperatives and IPSS, their governance models, the professionalization of their managers, and the transparency and access  ...  Manager professionalization and transparency Absence of a common system In the Portuguese legal system, there is no legal regime dedicated to social enterprises.  ... 
doi:10.24840/2182-9845_2019-0002_0006 fatcat:645fqz4igvfmhgmuqufixvdmrq

2019 European Parliament Elections

I.V. Novikov, Russian State Social University
2019 Contemporary problems of social work  
A party list system is used to choose eight MEPs, and voters can express either a positive or a negative preference for each candida- te on a list that they vote for.  ...  In other words, the Portuguese party system seems to be very resilient to the process of electoral realignment experienced in other European countries.  ...  in government and to rally more than two thirds of the votes in the last national and European elections.  ... 
doi:10.17922/2412-5466-2019-5-2-81-87 fatcat:bnwgysaqhzf2dfpsgjfz6goivi

'Mild Mannered'? Protest and Mobilisation in Portugal under Austerity, 2010–2013

Guya Accornero, Pedro Ramos Pinto
2014 West European Politics  
Charting the evolution of non-labour contention using protest events analysis for the years 1992-2002, Mendes and Seixas noted a tendency towards a decrease for the average number of participants in protests  ...  On 22 March 2011, the socialist government saw its proposals for restricting public spending and limiting the growth of the budget deficit defeated in Parliament.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01402382.2014.937587 fatcat:tzm5vqslvzclrkzndpv5byzjne

Democracy and Changes: How Research Tails Reality

Leonardo Morlino
2008 West European Politics  
the issue of the emergence of a theory, a quasi theory or at least a good theoretical framework about democratization processes is discussed; and finally a contested issue such as that of the empirical  ...  On the contrary, for the most important contemporary phenomena such a gap has been minimal if we consider the years when papers and manuscripts began to circulate and to be read, rather than the years  ...  But a good democracy must ensure that all citizens are in fact able to make use of these formal rights to influence the decision-making process: to vote, to organize, to assemble, to protest, and to lobby  ... 
doi:10.1080/01402380701833715 fatcat:sbql36lblfdpjm7drttk7ishqq

The Changing Dynamics of Foreign Aid and Democracy in Mozambique [chapter]

Carrie Manning, Monica Malbrough
2013 Democratic Trajectories in Africa  
Aid for democracy built on historic relationships forged between donors and the government during the wartime humanitarian emergency.  ...  Emphasis has moved from building central government institutions to bolstering local governance, and from a focus on democracy to good governance.  ...  Frelimo has won a majority in parliament and the presidency in each of the general elections.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199686285.003.0006 fatcat:bn456wnm7jfhpop5zeihyquvhe

An Amphibian Party? Organisational Change and Adaptation in the Brazilian Workers' Party, 1980–2012

2014 Journal of Latin American Studies  
The arrival of Luiz Inácio 'Lula' da Silva and the Partido dos Trabalhadores (Workers' Party, PT) at the helm of the Brazilian federal government in  represented the culmination of a slow and deep-rooted  ...  This article analyses these processes, and the subsequent changes throughout the Lula government, from an organisational perspective, linking exogenous challenges and the party's genetic model with the  ...  system), less than  per cent after the  and  elections, and only about  per cent of the votes in November .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022216x13001831 fatcat:cocqunqqy5ggpfy2qync6t4kzm

Ireland: Fiscal Transparency Assessment

International Monetary Fund
2013 IMF Staff Country Reports  
The methodology used by the CSO for the compilation of statistics is available on its website.  ...  Financial Statement for audit DoF DPER Depts d. Submit the audited accounts to Parliament by June "Dry run"audit of partial Central Govt.  ...  IPSAS 17 Notes to the balance sheet disclose information about property, plant and equipment and depreciation. IPSAS 18 Segmental analysis given in notes to the accounts of Public Corporations.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781484303924.002 fatcat:2wbvnngtavhpvp75bickaatz3e

Party Newspapers Perspectives and Choices

Paula Espírito Santo, Bruno Costa
2016 SAGE Open  
This is a subject that has been scarcely investigated in communication studies and in political science, despite the presence and ideological place of party newspapers in the past and at present.  ...  The focus of this article is on how different parties use its party newspapers as instruments of political communication, in the current political context, particularly in Portuguese press.  ...  The better democratic standards achieved in media systems are supported in a permanent audit to "the performance of the news media system in any democracy" (Norris, 2000, p. 22) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/2158244016640859 fatcat:35pvlsxv4zesjpcltvfejdcpyq

Votes, money and violence: political parties and elections in sub-Saharan Africa

2007 ChoiceReviews  
System and Elections in Africa (SS)', Institute of Africa Affairs, Hamburg, 22-23 May 2003.  ...  Acknowledgements A first version of this article was prepared for the thematic conference of the Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies (AEGIS) 'How People Elect Their leaders, Parties, Party  ...  Multi-ethnic list voting like lebanon, Djibouti uses multi-ethnic list voting in multi-member districts to elect its parliament.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.45-1103 fatcat:lh3c4fwp3vgohonfwk5ikyjjsy

Votes, Money and Violence: Political Parties and Elections in Sub-Saharan Africa

J. Shola Omotola
2009 Review of African Political Economy  
System and Elections in Africa (SS)', Institute of Africa Affairs, Hamburg, 22-23 May 2003.  ...  Acknowledgements A first version of this article was prepared for the thematic conference of the Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies (AEGIS) 'How People Elect Their leaders, Parties, Party  ...  Multi-ethnic list voting like lebanon, Djibouti uses multi-ethnic list voting in multi-member districts to elect its parliament.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03056240903346327 fatcat:6q6gduwijjcbzmpbxtwntx526a
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