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Ɛdɔm kɛseɛ

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Ɛdɔm kɛseɛ yɛ sɛ ekuo a ɔmo yɛ sonoronko firi nkae no ho, ɛboro nipa dodoɔ no abupɛn mmienu.[1] Ɛyɛ ekuo no mu abupɛn mmienu. Nhwɛsoɔ, sɛ nnipa bi dodoɔ yɛ aduonu a wɔn dɔm kɛseɛ no bɛyɛ dubaako anaa deɛ ɛboro saa mpo brɛ deɛ aka no mpo yɛ du anaa deɛ ɛwɔ fam, emu nipa du ntumi nyɛ dɔm kɛseɛ. Yɛbɛtumi de dɔm kɛseɛ akyerɛ sedeɛ abatoɔ no nhyehyɛeɛ mma a ɛdɔɔso , wei kyerɛ mma a ɛdɔɔso.

Yɛde dɔm kɛseɛ bɛtumi atoto dodoɔ ho a ɛyɛ kɛseɛ kyɛn adeɛ a wakyɛ mu no na mmom nyɛ kɛseɛ nkyɛn adeɛ biara a yaka abɔ mu. Nhwɛsiɔ, sɛ yɛwɔ ekuo a wɔn dodoɔ bɛyɛ aduonu a na yɛkyekyɛ mu nkron, nsia, ne nnum ɛneɛ na nkron no na ɛyɛ dɔm kɛseɛ. Dodoɔ nkyerɛ kɛseɛ sɛ ɛno na ɛdɔɔso na mmom ɛbɛtumi ayɛ sɛ dodoɔ no nkyɛ mu deɛ ɛboro ɛfa. Wei si berɛ a nipa baanu anaa baasa apaw adekorɔ. Dɔm kɛseɛ ɛtɔ da yɛfrɛ no dɔm kɛseɛ a ɛwɔ soro a ɛwɔ sɛ ɛnya 50%, ebia 2/3, mmom ɛtɔ da a ɛntae nyɛ adwuma.

Wɔ British borɔfo kasa mu asɛmfua dodoɔ yɛ sɛ wanya mma dodoɔ kɛseɛ pa ara, sɛ ebia, deɛ ɔdi kan no nya mma dodoɔ de kyɛn deɛ ɔtɔ so mmienu. Asɛmfua dodoɔ wɔ nkyerɛase beberee wɔ kwan a yɛfa so de di dwuma.

Dɔm kɛseɛ abatoɔ[sesa]

mmarahyɛbadwa nhyehyɛeɛn no, asɛmfua dodoɔ kyerɛ deɛ ɛboro ɛfa so.[2] ɛwɔ abatoɔ mu, abatoɔ dodoɔ no yɛ deɛ ɛboro ɛfa wɔ mma no dodoɔ mu.[3] Bio, abatoɔ no dodoɔ yɛn mfa obi a ɔnka abatoɔ no ho nka ho anaa deɛ ɔnni kwan sɛ ɔto aba no bi.[4]

mmarahyɛbadwam ɔde tumii na ɛde kan abatoɔ wɔ nsonsoneɛ ɛbɛba abatoɔ no mu ɛsane deɛ ɔnni kwan sɛ ɔto aba no bi. Abatoɔ a akwanya nni ho ne sɛ wonni saa tumii no sɛ wobɛto aba apaw obi.[4] Abatoɔ a mmara mmma ho kwan ne sɛ deɛ yɛreto aba ama no wonni tumii sɛ wo to aba no bi.[5]

Beaeɛ a menyaa mmoa firiiɛ[sesa]

  1. Dictionary definitions of majority at Merriam-Webster, dictionary.com Nhwɛsoɔ:Webarchive, Oxford English Dictionary, thefreedictionary.com, and Cambridge English Dictionary.
  2. "FAQs". Official Robert's Rules of Order Website. The Robert's Rules Association. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
  3. Robert, Henry M.; et al. (2011). Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised (11th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Da Capo Press. p. 400. ISBN 978-0-306-82020-5. The word majority means "more than half"; and when the term majority vote is used without qualification—as in the case of the basic requirement—it means more than half of the votes cast by persons entitled to vote, excluding blanks or abstentions, at a regular or properly called meeting.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Nhwɛsoɔ:Harvard citation no brackets
  5. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Majority#cite_note-5