International poll monitors say there are fears the government may use the military to block votes
for the opposition, although the authorities deny this.
will decide whether the troubled food-to-funerals group takes a crucial next step towards a radical shake-up seen as vital to securing its future.
Our former leader John Smith staked his leadership on changing the way we elected our party leader, moving from trade union block votes
to the one member, one vote system.
Labour long ago decided they couldn't continue with union block votes
dominating their rallies and setting party policy.
Several lawyers representing corporate and foreign shareholders arising from the bail-in of deposits also cast block votes
, including just over 8% in proxies collected by Christodoulos Vassiliades, believed to be representing major Russian clients.
US Vice President Joe Biden warned yesterday the world would be mystified if Republicans followed through on a "mind boggling" threat to block votes
on new gun laws after the Newtown massacre.
Others were also pulled because the rules set up around the budget bill made them susceptible to a parliamentary tactic called a point of order that would block votes
Under the existing proportional representation system, political groups and parties submit lists of their candidates before the election and are given seats in accordance with their share of block votes
Denbighshire Council blamed human error after block votes
cast for Paul Penlington were counted in Allan Pennington's total.
I would say we need to be more a party of trade union members rather than of block votes
by large trade unions.
While GOP senators have used secret holds to block votes
on dozens of Obama administration nominees, they should keep in mind that Democrats will be able to wield the same obstructionist club when a Republican again occupies the White House or the GOP controls the Senate.
I attended several scrutiny meetings along with many colleagues and carers and can only described the meetings as a carve-up in the way the ruling majority of Conservatives used their block votes
to reject any moves suggested by the other political parties and carers to inject some common sense into the "so-called" consultation exercise on whether the Bryneithin Home closes.