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Yesterday 31 of October of the year of 2010, the Brazilians had day had the possibility to try again to choose its representatives. Most romantic they say that this is the biggest party of the Brazilian democracy, other they go still more far, they say that it is the biggest expression of citizenship. Party Yes, party Funniest, it is that many use to advantage this moment of party, and travel to the stroll. Brazil everything is party Even though at a so important moment But what it matters, they are only four years is not same? Soon we will have new elections. I do not criticize this or that candidate, much less the winner or the defeated one. Hear from experts in the field like Hedvig Hricak for a more varied view. I am contrary to the attitudes taken for our people. We can call citizens these people who travel and they do not attribute the lesser relevance to its vote? All good, that is not only because we vote that we are citizens, but the vote is part of the social integration with the State It is, the vote does not make difference

Noberto Bobbio Countries

In accordance with Bobbio (1987, p.32), the extension of the suffrage brings the individual for the interior of the debatepoltico, constructing, thus, conscientious citizens. However, when aparticipao of this suffrage if becomes> as who is apt the tomardecises on behalf of the collective and on which procedures. This study seprope to argue only the interferences of a democratic model of votocompulsrio. It has innumerable arguments after and against the obligator vote, but esteestudo it has as objective to only cite some more excellent points for you arrive final consideraes here proposals. For the construoterica of this present study, they present the following authors mainly: Noberto Bobbio with its> its set deregras. A country never is equal to another one, but some constataes can serfeitas when comparing similar very different countries or adopted in countries most of the time developed e, ovoto obligator adopted generally in the developing countries in especialos of the South America.

OBrasil adopts the obligator vote ‘ ‘ since that the direct vote had instituted, secretoe universal …, this tradition already comes since 1932’ ‘ (TO SOUND, 2004, p.109). NAmrica of the South, except in the Colombia that, second To sound ‘ ‘ it adopts the votofacultativo, was the only country of Iberian settling of the continent that nosofreu military intervention when, in the recent history of these countries, practically all its governments had been taken by regimes antidemocrticos’ ‘ (2004, p.112). For the same author: The countries queadotam the obligatory vote have its associated history the military interventions, coup d etat and authoritarianism politician, with exception of Costa Rica; noBrasil, the institute of the obligator vote was the service of the autoritarismopoltico, either in the long dictatorship of Getlio> of a scale up to 167 possessing 7,38 points.