Eventually it was agreed that the selectorate
Yet anything could happen when nearly half the selectorate
signed up for a vote in the past four months, and it's a ballot likely to be won and lost on second or third choices.
Theresa May, Boris Johnson and events stand in the way but Osborne has improved his standing with the Tory party selectorate
More importantly, the Tatmadaw's dominance in politics makes sense in light of selectorate
When Bard is described as rewarding "his followers and friends freely" (XVTH304), it is hard not to see hints of the Selectorate
model's informal constraints and patronage politics.
While Italian political scientists argue that the term 'primaries' sounds quite inappropriate (in 2007, 2009 and 2013 the Italian Democrats simply elected their leader, who did not--or will not--necessarily run for public office), party elites have long disagreed on the relative openness of the selectorate
(Pasquino, 2009; Pasquino and Venturino, 2010).
For some parties the selectorates
were members of the party election committee; but with quota some parties formed a women's committee to act as selectorate
at local levels.
Graham Thomson, "The decline in Morton's support suggest that the selectorate
had changed dramatically between 2006 and 2011 and lends credence to claims that 'the conservative flank of the party has deserted it.
theory suggests that the resilience of leaders (both public and private) is a balance between pure self-interest, on the one hand, and concerted cooperation between the selectorate
and the leader, on the other hand.
theory of political survival allows us to define how rulers and their supporters or opponents deal with each other regarding these struggles for economic rents, how this can affect the institutional environment, and its perceived legitimacy.
Asked why he thought he lost, he told Sky News: "There was a choice of two strong candidates and the electorate decided - the selectorate
decided - by a narrow margin that Ed should be the leader.
David Miliband on Monday presided over a meeting of women MPs, a key section of the Labour selectorate
, where he acknowledged there had been legitimate criticism of the overwhelming male field of candidates, The Times reports.