Increasing the Vote Number of the Albanian Political Parties Based on the Albanian Electorate Voting Behavior (Interested Stakeholders: Micro Level - Albanian Political Parties and Albanian Voter: Macro Level - Democracy Proficiency)

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  • Dorina Bërdufi PhD Candidate, University of Tirana

Abstract

Electorate voting behavior is one of the significant impact components on the socio-political and economic life of the Albanian Republic. This is officially formulated in the article 1, point 3 of the Albanian Constitute: 3 “Governance is based on a system of elections that are free, equal, general and periodic”. It expresses the direct mechanism in which the individual takes part in political representation, constituting one of the directions in focus of the political parties whose aim is to increase the percentage of voters by offering programs during the electoral process in the interest of political platforms. This article analyses and advices how the parties should act to increase their voting percentage and become a “winner player of the electoral game”. However, this is achieved only by bringing in stake the real interests of the voters, thus the development of policies based on their interests, based on of types of voting behavior, such as socio-economic, psychological, age, gender, individual and group interests, etc. As a result, the study and knowledge of the dynamics of voting behavior (absent, rational, ideological, neutral voting behavior) is the step that should take the "political party" actor for this purpose.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n2p579

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2013-05-01

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Bërdufi, D. (2013). Increasing the Vote Number of the Albanian Political Parties Based on the Albanian Electorate Voting Behavior (Interested Stakeholders: Micro Level - Albanian Political Parties and Albanian Voter: Macro Level - Democracy Proficiency). Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 4(2), 579. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/241

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