A political scientist on the white vote and the legitimacy of the vote

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A political scientist on the white vote and the legitimacy of the vote

A political scientist on the white vote and the legitimacy of the vote

The subject evokes the non-recognition of the white vote, which only the 2014 law amended. Pauline TURK, a political scientist and professor of public law at the Faculty of Nice, explains that if the blank vote was counted, the elected candidate would have less legitimacy.

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Publication date : 16 April 2017

Reference:
R22095610
Credits:
Producteur: France 3 Nice   -   Journalist : Maman, Hélène  -  Journalist : Chalumeau, Patricia  -  Journalist : Pichavant, Steven  -  Photo Journalist : Beaumont, Didier  -  Film Editor : Buyse, Laurence
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Edition Provence Alpes   -   Producteur: France 3 Nice
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Reference:R22095610

Credits:Journalist : Maman, Hélène-Journalist : Chalumeau, Patricia-Journalist : Pichavant, Steven-Photo Journalist : Beaumont, Didier-Film Editor : Buyse, Laurence

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