Logically and from a true democratic perspective, the white vote should therefore be taken into account (it seems to me that the subject was already tackled in a few subjects years ago).
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absentee-abstentionist party, first party in Belgium: people who for the most part do not vote because no party brings them what they ask for:
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Absentees are always wrong! Now a blank vote is a protest vote ...
The fact that the blank vote was not taken into account clearly shows a desire not to question policies ... and which to a certain extent despise protest votes ...
Why not take it into account to start with, for small ballots for example? Municipal in France for example ...
It is doubtful that if the white votes were taken into account and that they were massive, it would lead to the elimination of the oligarchy, as the panel of "citizens of the white vote" suggests.
A protest that is not clearly expressed has no more value than an abstention or a invalid voteAbsentees are always wrong! Now a blank vote is a protest vote ...
A politician refused to choose between the plague and cholera, stressing that when you can't find the right shoe, the solution is not to put anything down. However, a blank vote does not fit properly. As for abstention, it's like walking barefoot, it remains to know the state of the ground on which everyone walks.The fact that the blank vote was not taken into account clearly shows a desire not to question policies ... and which to a certain extent despise protest votes ...
It wouldn't change much, if anything at all!Why not take it into account to start with, for small ballots for example? Municipal in France for example ...
Christophe wrote:A blank vote is a protest vote ...
Must see, François Bayrou, before the 2nd round of the Presidential election, said:
"I wouldn't vote white, because that would be indecision."
if politicians consider white voting to be indecisive, isn't its protesting nature likely to be seriously altered?
"It's not because they are likely to be wrong they are right!" (Coluche)
So all the better for them that there are blank votes at least these will not be opposition votes and this allows them to continue to toy between initiates.
Or to put it another way, true democracy of the kind proposed by Étienne Chouard or happening in Switzerland.
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