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ฉบับปรับปรุง (คัดสรรมาบางบท)
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This publication is only available in electronic format
Published: 
11 February 2016
Language: 
ไทย
Pages: 
78
ISBN: 
978-91-7671-039-5 (Print)
Co-Publisher(s): 
The Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University

Interest in electoral reform, and in studying the roles and functions of electoral management bodies in Thailand, is on the rise, as illustrated during Thailand’s 2015 constitutional reform process.

This Thai version of the revised edition of International IDEA Handbook Electoral Management Design includes chapters and case studies that are most relevant to the ongoing constitutional debates in Thailand.

It aims to provide various audiences, including students and policymakers, with knowledge of global comparative practices and experiences in the field of electoral management design.

Contents

Prologue

1. Who Organizes Elections?

Case study 1: The Seychelles

Case study 2: Mexico

2. The Legal Framework: The Context for an EMB’s Role and Powers

13. Reforming Electoral Processes

Annexes

Index

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