In Britain, we live in a so-called democracy. This means we get as many people as possible to give their opinion on how they treat the world. We do this through our right to vote in elections. For years, many people in Britain have been fighting for the right to vote today. And now, anyone 18 years of age and older can decide.
There are many types of options available, usually local and European. We will look at how MPs, MPs vote in most elections. Most elections in the UK usually take place every five years.
Voting takes place on the same Elections Day. People go to polling stations built all over the country. They choose what they want from the program by placing a cross next to the name of the person they choose. It was named the candidate with the most votes and who will be the MP for this party.
Okay, But how do I know which one to choose? Before the election can take place, candidates must run to get their votes. Advertising may include posters expressing their views, public debates, house-to-house visits, and television political system commentators.
The parties and elected representatives also make a list of what they want to do if they win. This is called a manifesto. Once a vote has been obtained, the representative represents all representatives, including those who did not vote or elected another candidate.
A party has highly elected representatives to form a government, with its leaders as leaders. If a party is not elected, it is called Parliament. If that happens, two or more parties may agree to form a coalition government.