In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(without rights)sin derecho a voto
- Its constitution permitted others to join and made provision for voting and non-voting members.
- They have a non-voting delegate in the House, but making deals for votes is often how the House does business.
- Democratic Party officials came up with a compromise, with the Freedom Democrats being given just two non-voting seats.
- He became a non-voting member of the Communist Central Committee in 1945, and was elevated to full membership in 1949.
- There was a non-voting member of the House of Representatives from 1992.
2(not exercising rights)no votante
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