2. what was the significance of the british reform act of 1832? members of the middle class were permitted to run for parliament. members of the working class demanded and received better living conditions. voters were given the right to vote by secret ballot, farm workers, factory workers, and women were given the right to vote.
Among the options given on the question the correct answer is option A.
Explanation:The British Reform act of 1832 is officially known as the Representation of the people act 1832. It was an act of British parliament to reform the electoral system. There was a demand for reforming the electoral system for a long time. Because the electoral system was controlled the wealthy patrons. Moreover, the members of the parliament were from the wealthy part of citizens.
On the face of huge public pressure and riots, Prime minister Charles Grey decided to reform the electoral system and the House of Lords permitted the reform bill.
One of the main impact of the bill was determining people who could vote and who could compete in the election. The men who owned 10 GBP during that time could vote and people who could pay for the stand in the election could compete in the election.
This decision gave permission to the middle class member of the society to run for parliament.
It reformed the electoral system (by getting rid of tiny districts), gave representation to many cities, gave vote to small landowners, tenant farmers, etc.
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