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Compulsory vote fascism as a political degradation in the opposition with no hope of power!
Written by Nga Besi Bekteshi 28 Nëntor 2022
Sali Berisha has missed the obligation to vote as in the time of the chairman of his party or the First Secretary of the KQPPSH - Enver Hoxha! He does not look at them and has no other reason than the criminal practices of "voting" under compulsion! At that time, they put us in jail if we didn't vote. They removed us from the front and took us as enemies to correctional work. With voting in democracy, we have practically only gained the right not to go to the polls. Because as an election, since 1991 until now, we have only had neo-communists and gangsters from the former ALP philosophically and as a legacy! So how do we vote one side and the other, we vote for the crypto-communist ALP. The SP that came out of it and that has changed its name and the Bolshevik DP of the party member and secretary Sali Berisha! So the only victory is not going to the polls. But what has a delirious like Berisha proposed? He said: the obligation to participate in the vote is a positive obligation to exercise a fundamental right. Countries that have had a problem with vote buying have established this law and this law has succeeded in eliminating this phenomenon," said Berisha. Now Berisha, in her folly of his folkloric and post-communist concubinage, is ready to practice neo-communism, but in the case when they have nothing to do with property and religion or the arts, they are also post-Fasho-ideology full of rubbish and rubbish. dishonest that Berisha has a habit of telling the ignorant who follow him and those concubines even more ideological than Rama's or close to him! None of the countries that have compulsory medemek practice have had a problem with vote buying (as APS secretary Berisha says) but with the lack of voter turnout in the elections itself. They had a problem with boring the electorate with idiotic and sometimes irrational politics. But not with the theft. Only Sali Berisha had a problem with the theft of the vote and he is the inventor of the robbery and its distortion in Albania, the Balkans and Europe. Only him and no one else. Others, including Rama, are ugly imitators of him. Below is who has the "obligation" in Europe and how it is applied! Countries where voting in elections is mandatory by law and medemek abstention does not exist! There are three European countries where voting is mandatory: they are Greece, Luxembourg and Belgium. The smallest of them, Luxembourg, (can you imagine that he made it compulsory to steal the vote like Berishke and Ramishke in Albania, in a super cultural country like Luxembourg) with a population of about 600,000 inhabitants which makes the compulsion more manageable, it is also the only country where it is respected the rule. In Greece this is a formal obligation which is not respected and does not provide for sanctions. Everyone knows why it was made a law in Greece and they also know that when they don't vote, nothing is applied, nothing happens. In Belgium, conscription has been officially sanctioned since 1894 for men and since 1948 for women. This is theoretically the oldest voting obligation in the world and can also carry severe penalties, such as restricting the ability to work in the public sector for people who do not vote. In fact, however, these measures have not been respected for decades, so that, in fact, there is no longer any obligation in the country, except to appear in case he is called to preside over the polling stations. Nothing happens in Belgium if you didn't go out to vote and it hasn't been decided why the vote was stolen. Votes have never been stolen there, because they did not have the misfortune of having a Folkpolitik President like Berisha! In North Korea, all citizens over the age of 17 are required to go to the polls. However, in the case of North Korea, the peculiarities do not stop there: on the ballot there is only the name of a candidate, which must be written to vote against. To block it, however, you have to go to a special booth, raising obvious suspicions among the authorities controlling the elections. Turnout usually approaches 100%, as does the electoral consensus: in a regime of this type, it is easy to imagine that the consequences for those who do not show up to vote are not limited to a fine. Elections serve not so much to implement a democratic right, but to register the population present in the country. Another case is that of Australia, where the obligation to vote has been in force since 1924. It was adopted because in in the previous decade, turnout had fluctuated from 80% to 40%. In the 1925 election, turnout was 91%. The penalty today ranges from 20 to 80 Australian dollars, depending on the type of election. They are around €15 to €55, and you can appeal against a fine if you believe you had a valid reason for not voting (for example, if you were not aware of the election). In Brazil, those who do not go to vote receive an almost symbolic fine: 3. 51 réales, about 70 cents or no euro. However, for those who abstain more than three times, the consequences can be serious. You lose the right to apply for a public position, but also to renew your passport and identity card, just as it becomes impossible to enroll in a state school or university and even get a loan from a bank linked to the state . The result, in short, is total marginalization from public life. This, of course, does not mean that 100% of the Brazilian population is fully interested in the elections taking place in the country. In the 2018 parliamentary elections, invalid ballots were 16% of the total. Countries without sanctions: Latin America at the top. There are many countries in the world that provide for an obligation to vote, but they do not apply any sanctions to ensure that this is respected. Among them are the Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Gabon, Thailand, Turkey and Libya. However, the continent where the practice is much more widespread is South America. To implement this obligation, although without sanctions, are Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay. Countries that, on the other hand, would include the obligation in their electoral system, but do not implement it, are Bolivia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama and Paraguay. Among them, there are countries where the obligation to vote is seen as a way to avoid that only the wealthy social classes participate in the elections. This is the case of Ecuador, for example, where in addition to compulsory voting, targeted programs have been created to facilitate the voting of the most disadvantaged sections of the population. This is the real presentation of the propaganda and misleading words of a Soviet agitator or Gebelsian demagogue lame in thoughts and not in feet - like Berisha! What about Berisha for compulsory voting! Berisha is already desperate! In addition to asking for a collision, he warns of his loss! And that's why he comes up with such nonsense that only we should not be told and proposed. How to mention the rope in the addict's house! We with those obliged by law to vote. It is the same as the demagoguery and stupidity of the propaganda of Goebbels and that of his ALP! Berisha is returning to a "Fachocommunist" philosophy and after this proposal you will hear another idiot! Berisha waits so long, that you force people to vote and then fine you. Because without a fine there is no obligation! He can also propose the forced removal from the house for voting! Sali Berisha has it with those who don't want to vote, neither for Berisha's ALP post nor for Rama's crypto ALP. He is angry with us for not being able to look at their faces! He is the most hostile person to the people who do not come out to vote for the grotesque "fascistoid post-communists" and comedians of today!