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Donald Trump nu va accepta rezultatul daca va pierde!

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Donald Trump nu va accepta rezultatul daca va pierde!

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Trump a Spus ca Nu Va Accepta Rezultatul Daca Va Pierde

Donald Trump a refuzat sa spuna daca el intentiona sa accepte rezultatul alegerii prezidentiale ale Americii daca el va pierde. Acest incident, conform expertilor legali, este fara precedent.

In orice caz, expertii au spus ca neacceptarea pierderii in seara alegerilor era cu totul legal, asa ca nu ar trebui nimeni sa fie alarmat de aceasta decizie bizara. James Bopp, un avocat conservativ constitutional a declarat ca, „din pacate, in sistemul nostru, chiar nu conteaza daca accepta rezultatul sau nu. Votul nu se va schimba daca nu este el de acord cu rezultatul.”

Trump a spus in timpul dezbaterii ca el va tine pe toata lumea in suspans cand vine vorba de faptul ca el accepta sau nu rezultatul acestei alegeri. Chris Wallace, un prezentator de la Fox News a declarat ca, „ exista o traditie in tara noastra, de fapt, una din mandriile tarii noastre este tranzitia linistita si pasnica a puterii. Nu conteaza cat de divizat rezultatul e, pierzatorul trebuie sa-si admita infrangerea fata de castigator.”

Trump a raspuns spunand ca „ma voi decide cand primesc rezultatul. Va voi tine in suspans.”

„Ce oribil,” a spus Hillary Clinton, „chiar sunt dezgustata de faptul ca unul din candidatii care isi reprezinta partidul a spus asa ceva.”

Trump a incins discutiile si mai mult cu un discurs in care a declarat ca „sigur voi accepta rezultatele acestor alegeri prezidentiale daca voi castiga. Desigur ca voi accepta un rezultat clar, insa nu pot promite ca voi accepta in cazul in care rezultatul va fi cel gresit.”

Rick Hasen, un profesor de la Universitatea California-Irvine si un blogger de la Blogul Alegerilor Legilor a spus care sunt singurele optiuni ramase lui Trump: „poate sa ceara o renumarare a voturilor. Insa in cazul in care el pierde cu mult el nu va primi acest drept de la nici o curte de justitie.” Sondajele arata ca Trump cel mai probabil va ajunge in cartea recordurilor pentru diferenta uriasa dintre ea si Hillary.

Hasen a mai adaugat si ca „Daca Trump ar fi spus ceva de genul ‚normal ca voi accepta rezultatele, insa nu le voi accepta daca exista o diferenta uriasa intre noi doi’ atunci ar fi ceva normal, insa el nu a spus asta”.

„Chiar ma tem de reactia violenta pe care o vor avea sustinatorii lui in cazul in care Trump va pierde,” a declarat Hasen.

Richard Reuben, un profesor de drept de la Universitatea Missouri a declarat ca „Asta nu este Bush versus Gore. Atunci normal ca erau intrebari serioase dupa scoaterea la iveala a rezultatelor. Cazul a trecut printr-un proces legal iar Gore a acceptat imediat decizia Curtii Supreme.

„Prin aceste declaratii Trump a incercat sa invalideze rezultatul oricarei decizii in cazul in care nu este in favoarea lui – un incident fara precedent in viata mea,” a mai adaugat el.

In acest context, el trebuie sa-si aduca aminte ce a spus Stephen Douglas, omul care a pierdut in fata lui Abraham Lincoln: „Sentimentul partizan trebuie sa se inchine in fata patriotismului. Va sustin domnule presedinte, Dumnezeu sa va binecuvanteze.”

Autor: Raghav Hegde - India
Traducator: Radu Ivanovici
Sursa photo: www.slate.com

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Trump Says That He May Not Accept Result If He Loses

Donald Trump refused to say whether he had any intention of accepting the outcome of the US presidential election if he lost. This according to legal experts is unprecedented.

However, experts have said that not conceding defeat on election night was an unchartered territory in American politics, from the legal point of view it made no difference. James Bopp, a conservative constitutional lawyer said, “Frankly, under our system, it is irrelevant whether the loser concedes or not. The vote of the electoral college is conclusive.”

Trump had said in the debate that he would keep everyone in suspense about accepting the outcome of the election. Chris Wallace, the Fox News anchor had said, “There is a tradition in this country, in fact, one of the prides of this country is the peaceful transition of power. And no matter how hard fought a campaign is that at the end of the campaign, that the loser concedes to the winner.”

Trump said in response, “I will look at it at the time. I will keep you in suspense.’’

“That’s horrifying,” Hillary Clinton said in response, “I am appalled that someone who is the nominee of one of our two major parties would take that position.”

Trump added fire to the issue in a speech later when he said, “I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election if I win. Of course I would accept a clear election result, but I would reserve my right to contend or file a legal challenge, in the case of a questionable result.”

Rick Hasen, a professor from the University of California-Irvine and a blogger at Election LawBlog said what he thought Trump’s options were, “He could try to litigate. But if he loses by a wide margin he’s not likely to get far in court.”  Opinion polls suggest that Trump is headed for a record defeat.

Hasen added, “There was no hedging from Trump, as in ‘of course I’d accept the results unless the results were very close and there was room to contest things’. Nothing like that. This is the full Breitbartization of the election,” referring to the conservative website Breitbart, which is the biggest cheerleader for Trump’s campaign.

“It makes me worry about violence in the streets from his supporters if Trump loses,” Hasen said.

Richard Reuben, a law professor at University of Missouri said, “This is not Bush v Gore. There were legitimate questions about the vote after the votes were cast. The case went through the legal process and Gore graciously accepted the Supreme Court’s decision, as problematic as that was.

“This is a premeditated attempt to delegitimize the result of any decision that doesn’t go his way – unprecedented in American politics in my lifetime,” he added.

In this context, one has to remember what Stephen Douglas, the man who lost to Abraham Lincoln after a bitterly fought Presidential election said: “Partisan feeling must yield to patriotism. I’m with you, Mr President and God bless you.” 

Author: Raghav Hegde - India

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