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“Election officials themselves have declared that "the candidate to beat is abstentionism," as many voters may stay away from the polls in protest or out of fear.”
“Instead, the coup led to an increase in abstentionism, which would be consistent with a rise in the apathy or disgust of Honduran voters with the political establishment.”
“Already, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) has expressed its deep concern with abstentionism.”
“Often clan loyalties proved to be as crucial a factor as the more grandiose issues of armed struggle and abstentionism.”
“Firstly, there would have been those like Ruairí Ó Brádaigh and Dáithí Ó Conaill who treated the principle of abstentionism and all that Second Dail bullshit with almost biblical sacredness.”
“Many people in Irish history have moved from abstentionism to participating in various assemblies they previously found distasteful.”
“Just how come abstentionism was anathema in 1969 but OK by 1986?”
“It is worth questioning whether he ever had much time for old republican principles like abstentionism, a principle that he and the Belfast element gladly ditched when given the chance at an Ard Fheis in 1986.”
“There are serious problems of voter apathy and abstentionism in many of these countries.”
“Revisionist activism thus triumphed over orthodox abstentionism.”
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