9th Class Social Science Electoral Politics Question Bank Short Answer Type - Electoral Politics

  • question_answer How do general elections differ from by-elections?

    Answer:

    When elections are held in all the constituencies at the same time, either on the same day or within few days, this is called general elections. Sometimes, election is held only for one constituency to fill the vacancy caused by death or resignation of a member. This is called a by-election.


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