1 Women’s suffrage is the right for women to vote in an election (elections) and notably to vote for representatives in a parliament (legislative bodies); by extension, it also means the right to stand for elections (right to participate in elections). Although in 2019 women have achieved the franchise in most parts of the world, it is the result of a struggle for inclusion having produced strong and durable effects on the pillar principles of global constitutionalism, such as citizenship and democratic legitimacy. As the analysis proposed below demonstrates,...
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