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The process of choosing someone to fill a certain political position is the meaning of the word General Election

Written By Hanny & Melissa on Tuesday, May 07, 2019 | Tuesday, May 07, 2019

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The positions are diverse, ranging from the position of president/ executive, people's representatives/ legislatures at various levels of government to village heads.

In the broader context, General Elections can also mean the process of filling in positions such as the student council president or class leader, although for this the word 'election' is more often used.

General elections are an attempt to influence the people in a persuasive manner by conducting rhetoric, public relations, mass communication, lobbying and other activities.

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Although agitation and propaganda in democracies are strongly criticized, but in general election campaigns, agitation techniques and many propaganda techniques are also used by candidates or politicians always political communicators, even the form of cheating is not reluctant - they are reluctant to do, andfor example, Charles DB King from Liberia.

Cheating on the General Election version of Charles DB King...

Not many people know who this figure is. That simple-looking figure seems to be an honest person. However, the fact that world history carved history is bad for him.

In 1927, Charles DB King won full-time elections in Liberia with 234,000 votes, while his opponent only got 9,000 votes.

The full victory was intended, proved to be a fraud, because Liberia only has 15,000 registered voters.

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This former President of Liberia has committed electoral fraud by doubling voter votes more than 15 times the population in Liberia. So, from history we can learn that not all appearances show honesty.

From the figures above, we can learn that the people of Liberia don't want leaders who win with cheating and dishonesty. What about Indonesia that upholds the values of the east, and the countries where you are ...?. Does your country uphold honesty values or not ...?

Hopefully our nation can learn from everything that happens in Liberia, that honesty is not from appearance, but rather attitude. The message is very simple "Don't judge the book by it's cover ...!". I hope you do not cheat, especially in general elections involving many people...

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