Elections

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June 22, 2013

 

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The majority of this country is dominated by two main political parties, and under the plurality election processes, where only one clear winner is determined; it is difficult for associates of smaller political parties to gain seats in government, despite the fact that they may receive a portion of the popular vote...
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“Electoral systems tend to favour the parties receiving a plurality of votes by giving them more legislative seats compared to the other parties, this bias is significantly greater in plurality or majority systems than in proportional representation systems.”(Johnston & Pasis, 1990, p.258) In a proportional representation system, representation will essentially be more proportionate to that of the public votes...
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