revote

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revote

(ˌriːˈvəʊt)
vb (tr)
to decide or grant again by a new vote
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The Ukrainian Central Election Commission has so far failed to count 100 percent of the vote and is considering revotes in five constituencies, where it has been impossible to determine a winner.
The three laws -- an antipiracy law, a revision to the national pension scheme law and a tax system revision -- were enacted by two-thirds majority votes by the ruling parties in revotes in the lower chamber after the opposition rejected them in the upper house.
The Election Commission of Thailand (ECT) ordered the revotes due to suspicion of poll fraud and vote-buying.
The ECT called for revotes to make sure those elected committed no fraud or bought no votes.
6 election, army and police officers have been deployed to guard the revote counting.
The revote is unlikely to change the election outcome in which telecom billionaire Thaksin Shinawatra's Thai Rak Thai Party won the most seats of the 500-member House of Representatives, far ahead of its closest rival Democrat Party of now outgoing Prime Minister Chuan Leekpai.