Civics

The following statement that support the fair electoral practice is _____________________.


ANSWER

Fair campaigning by candidates


SOLUTION
The Political parties compete with each other to get into power by winning people's votes and confidence. In order to achieve this many candidates make false promises and give fake consolations to the people. However, fair campaigning in order to make oneself known to the people, to heed their attentions, to aware people of the manifesto and agenda of any particular party or candidate comes into the fair campaigning. 
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