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Cruddas: Replace FPTP with proportional system

Toby Gould: Electoral Reform: The Case for Proportional Repre...

The first-past-the-post (FPTP) electoral system, which the UK has used for centuries, is broken. Perhaps years ago, when the demographics of constituencies varied little, it was sufficient in representing the people. Now, though, constituencies ... Huffington Post UK, 1 month ago
Cruddas: Replace FPTP with proportional system PoliticsHome, 2 months ago
Election Countdown The University of Warwick, 3 days ago

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General Election 2015: Paxman gets set to grill Cameron and Miliband

You are here: Home General Election 2015 Countdown to 7 May: daily comment from the Mole, the latest polls and the best media election coverage The first non-leader debate as agreed between broadcasters and the political parties earlier this ...
 The Week UK2 days ago General Election 2015: UK fixation with budget deficit is bogus, says prof  The Week UK3 days ago Can Social Data Predict the 2015 UK General Election?  Business 2 Community2 months ago

Study suggests coalition alliances should be declared before general election

New research offers insight into how electorate can maximise influence of their vote Political leaders should be forced into declaring which coalitions their parties are willing to form in the event of a hung parliament before the general ...
 The University of Warwick3 days ago 25.03 - Study suggests coalition alliances should be declared before general election - WARWICK  MyScience3 days ago

Reflecting On The Law: Is UK on the cusp of electoral reform?

As a pre-condition for supporting the Conservatives in forming a coalition government, the Liberal-Democrats sought an assurance on electoral reform. AT the May 2010 general election in the UK no political party won a clear majority in the ...
 Malaysian Bar1 week ago

Tunisia's Islamists Reject Extremism of Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Model

Conventional wisdom in academic and policy circles asserts that Tunisia's Islamist party, Ennahda, compromised only after, and as a direct result of, the July 2013 coup that deposed Egypt's then-President Mohamed Morsi. The assumption often ...
 NGO Watch1 week ago Monkey Cage: How Egypt's coup really affected Tunisia's Islamists  Washington Post1 week ago

Election 2015: Your complete guide to predictions about Scotland and the SNP

Last week, Lord Ashcroft's latest batch of seat polls confirmed that the SNP could win more than 50 seats in May. Ever since he released his first round of Scottish polls last month, May2015 has predicted Scotland's nationalists would win nearly ...
 New Statesman2 weeks ago

Candidates Should Not Contest From Two But One Seat: Law Panel

Restricting a candidate to contest from one constituency, making the appointment of the CEC and the two ECs through a collegium and banning Independents from contesting polls, are some of the recommendations made by the Law Commission today on ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago

Law Commission of India Submits its Report on Electoral Reforms to the Ministry of Law & Justice

The law Commission of India today submitted its Report No. 255 on "Electoral Reforms" to the Union Law and Justice Ministry. Informing this to the Media persons here in New Delhi Justice Shri A. P. Shah, Chairman Law Commission of India said the 201 ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago
Kathmandu Post

The trinity trap

MAR 05 - A beautiful lady once proposed to marry George Bernard Shaw (an Irish Nobel Laureate), by saying, Think of the child with your brains and my beauty. Shaw replied, My dear, what if they have my looks and your brains? If the yet-to-be ...
 Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago

As Myanmar Weighs Electoral Prospects, Delhi Poll Offers Cautionary Tale

Ballot boxes are seen at a voting station in Rangoon on March 30, 2012. (Photo: Reuters) The debate over which electoral system is best suited to Myanmar seems to have been put on the backburner for now, but it is only a matter of time before ...
 Irrawaddy3 weeks ago
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