Despite its language, Article 3 of Protocol 11 protects not only the general interest in free elections but also the implied rights of individuals to vote2 and to stand as a candidate3 for the legislature4. It also gives rise to certain other positive obligations on contracting states besides those listed5, particularly the role of the state in safeguarding political pluralism
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