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==History==
 
==History==
Prior to the [[2019 Prime Minister election]], votes in [[Westarctica]] were few and far-between, and usually limited to members of [[Peerage of Westarctica|the Peerage]]. Given that the nations was an absolute monarchy, the matters they voted on often we often limited in scope and greater consequence, such as the [[Sir Percival Waddlesworth|2018 vote to name Sir Percival Waddlesworth]]. The election process [[Westarctican Ordinance|was codified in 2019]], and will be cemented by ratification of the [[Constitution of Westarctica|constitution]].
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Prior to the [[2019 Prime Minister election]], votes in [[Westarctica]] were few and far-between, and usually limited to members of [[Peerage of Westarctica|the Peerage]]. Given that the nations was an absolute monarchy, the matters they voted on were often limited in scope and greater consequence, such as the [[Sir Percival Waddlesworth|2018 vote to name Sir Percival Waddlesworth]]. The election process [[Westarctican Ordinance|was codified in 2019]], and were cemented by ratification of the [[Constitution of Westarctica|constitution]].
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==Process==
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Annual voting weekends are held on the first Friday through Sunday in February. Matters deemed to be too time sensitive to wait until the next vote may call for an emergency vote.
  
 
[[Category: Government of Westarctica]]
 
[[Category: Government of Westarctica]]

Latest revision as of 17:27, 11 February 2020

Voting in Westarctica is the means by which citizens take part in the Westarctican government. Regular elections are held the first Friday through Sunday in the month of February.

History

Prior to the 2019 Prime Minister election, votes in Westarctica were few and far-between, and usually limited to members of the Peerage. Given that the nations was an absolute monarchy, the matters they voted on were often limited in scope and greater consequence, such as the 2018 vote to name Sir Percival Waddlesworth. The election process was codified in 2019, and were cemented by ratification of the constitution.

Process

Annual voting weekends are held on the first Friday through Sunday in February. Matters deemed to be too time sensitive to wait until the next vote may call for an emergency vote.