Month: May 2015

Attaining proportional representation without giving up the constituency link

Traditional forms of proportional representation (PR) lead to one or more of the following undesirable features: large multi-member constituencies (undesirable as it leads to weaker ties to any particular MP, and because it inevitably results in very disparate regions being lumped in together), MPs without a constituency, or with a “regional” constituency that overlaps standard […]

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