Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
In some countries, naturalized citizens do not enjoy the right of vote and/or to be candidate, either permanently or for a determined period.
Also, the party formed the Club of the Liberal Teenagers, who opted to the right of vote from the age of 16 years.
In a country with an overwhelmingly peasant population - freed from serfdom only after 1845-only a tiny fraction, mainly of town-dwellers, had the right of vote.
The highest authority of the NFF is the annual general assembly where all clubs are represented, and has the right of vote and speech.
Members of the government (cabinet) are citizens of Ukraine, who have the right of vote, higher education, and possess the state language (Ukrainian language).
I note, for example, in my country, Flanders, that all the political parties in the Flemish parliament are opposed to introducing the right of vote to all Europeans.
With actual status in EHF, Kosovo cannot participate with national time, and is without right of vote in the assembly of European Handball Federation.
In France and in other countries of the Union, young immigrants manage to achieve emancipation, perhaps not through the right of vote and citizenship, but through their bodies and sport.
On 11 March 2011 Unicredit said in a press release that they froze the rights of vote of the Libyan shareholders (Central Bank of Libya and Lia).
From 1866 to 1915 the right of vote for the Landsting was restricted to the wealthiest, and some of its members were appointed by the king, thus it predominantly represented the landed gentry and other conservatives.
Beside de Gaulle's ordinances granting, for the first time in France, right of vote to women, the GPRF passed various labour laws, including the 11 October 1946 act establishing occupational medicine.
The Bolshevik faction leader and member of organizational committee Vladimir Zatonsky announced that there has been a misunderstanding as too many delegates that were present at the congress without a right of vote.
In addition he wanted to force the right of vote at the Peace of Westphalia so sent delegates to Münster and Osnabrück, gaining both the attention of the Emperor and the French king.
In 1945 she published the book "The woman within democracy" (La Mujer en la Democracia), in which she exposed the struggle of the Argentine women to obtain the right of vote.
Ministers were also obligated to give reports to the Congress at the opening of the sessions, of which they could also take part, though without the right of vote in order to avoid the incompatibility with the exercise of the legislative power.
Every citizen of the European Union is entitled to vote, if on the day of election, they are 18 years old or more, and have registered their residency in Hamburg at least three months before and the citizen is not excluded from the right of vote.