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Indirect election, referred to as the election, that is, the heads of government or legislatures are elected by the people first representatives, and then by the representatives of these votes generated. As a result, voters will not vote directly to the candidates they support. The relative concept is "direct election" (direct election). The US presidential election is also an indirect election, but the presidential election is held by universal suffrage, but only by the electoral votes (elected by the electorate) - in addition to Maine and Nebraska The state of the total votes in the proportion of the distribution of votes, the remaining 48 states and Washington, DC are the implementation of the "winner all" system, that is, the state's electoral votes in the state to obtain a relatively large number of ordinary votes in the presidential candidate The In other words, the voters of the voters can only be represented by electoral votes, and then by the number of votes to decide who elected. Japan, India, Israel, Germany, Italy, Britain and other countries to implement the cabinet system, the Prime Minister is not directly elected by the voters, but by the Congress of the largest party elected representatives. ... 間接選舉，簡稱間選，即政府首腦或立法機關的議員是由民眾先選擇一些代表，再由這些代表投票而產生。因此，選民不會直接投票予他們支持的參選人。相對概念為「直接選舉」（直選）。 美國總統選舉名义上也是间接选举，但是总统选举是由全民普选方式举行，只不过产生方式是由选举人票（选举人由民选产生）所决定——除了缅因和内布拉斯加两个州按普选票得票比例分配选举人票外，其余48个州和华盛顿特区均实行“胜者全得 ”制度，即把本州的选举人票全部给予在该州获得相对多数普选票的总统候选人。也就是说，選民的票數只能以選舉人票為代表，再由選舉人票的多寡而決定何人當選。 日本、印度、以色列、德國、義大利、英國等國實行的是內閣議會制，首相不是由選民直接選舉產生，而是由國會第一大黨選出代表。...
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10 CHINESE BOOKS RELATING TO «间接选举»
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