The lower house of parliament decided on Friday that a first-past-the-post (FPTP) voting system is best suited to Burma. The decision was made after Burma's Constitutional Tribunal announced its opinion that all other electoral systems proposed by ... DVB, 1 month ago
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First-past-the-post (FPTP) elections turn us into political gamblers, as every election can be a do-or-die battle for our ethnic community's survival. Communalism: Demography? Cleavage? Political system? Many people who complain about ...Malaysian Insider, 1 month ago Going Into 2016 Elections CADA's Advice To Electoral Commission Modern Ghana, 2 weeks ago Conformity is the constitutional tribunal's concern, commission head says Eleven Myanmar, 1 month ago The shock effect of 2014 general election Botswana Guardian, 1 month ago
By IPCS By Pramod Jaiswal With just a few weeks left to meet the 22 January, 2015 deadline for the promulgation of the constitution, the President of Nepal, Ram Baran Yadav, is busy asking the lawmakers to fulfill their commitments. ...Eurasia Review, 6 days ago
ON MONDAY Democratic Alliance (DA) national spokesman Marius Redelinghuys produced an opinion piece which concludes that, "like alcoholism" it is necessary for "most whites" in SA to admit to the problem. "You can start by changing your I'm not ...BDlive, 1 week ago
The Possible Consequences of the Proposed Electoral Reform The choice of an electoral system is one of the most important institutional decisions for any democracy because it will have a profound effect on the future political life of the country.MauritiusTimes, 2 weeks ago Analysis Electoral reform: Which party would benefit most? A change in the electoral system could have major consequences, and benefit the parties that want it CBC, 2 weeks ago How a different way to vote would change the political landscape CBC, 2 weeks ago
The Nation Publication Date : 03-12-2014 But observers say it's no fix for parliamentary dictatorship In a suggestion seen as an attempt to prevent "parliamentary dictatorship", a German-style parliamentary and electoral system proposed ...Asia News Network, 2 weeks ago
Umno's radicalisation has much to do with its narrowing electoral base, which has been sustained by two important tools: redelineation and increase of electoral constituencies. Umno's 2014 assembly GE14's first ceramah If you feel angry for what ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 2 weeks ago
Voting must be made a fundamental duty in India. The Gujarat law is the first of its kind. However, we also need to incorporate this in Article 51A of the Constitution which deals with Fundamental Duties Although there have been howls of protest ...New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago
The Malaysian Parliament and state legislatures are normally expanded every two elections because they are essentially welfare organisations for politicians so that Barisan Nasional can keep its inter-party and intra-party unity. Coalitional unity ...Yahoo! Singapore, 4 weeks ago
We should not play casino politics with the future of the people * The way this electoral campaign is unfolding, I doubt very much that there would be a Presidential election, whether at one or more rounds Vijay Ram is a former member ...MauritiusTimes, 4 weeks ago
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