Bill: Fairness in Representation Act
Votes: This bill asks for an amendement to the Constitution. It will require two-thirds of the legislature to vote in favor. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: June 2103
|The current electoral system is inherently unfair: it gives the votes of those who live in larger regions more worth than those who live in smaller regions.|
Old value:: A proportional algorithm that gives a very small advantage to larger regions.
Current: A pseudo-proportional algorithm that gives considerable advantage to smaller regions.
Proposed: Equal representation, regardless of region population.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||13:38:23, August 26, 2005 CET||From||Alorian Socialist Party||To||Debating the Fairness in Representation Act|
|Message||Hmmm we see what is trying to be done, although larger regions that have higher population will be at a disadvantage to smaller regions, result the few controlling the many....the current legislature may be more fair. However I am willing to be swayed though...|
|Date||17:17:16, August 26, 2005 CET||From||Socialist Liberal Party||To||Debating the Fairness in Representation Act|
|Message||I rise in support of this worthy bill. At the moment, the smaller regions are dwarfed by the larger regions. This results in several minorities not getting represented in this parliament. If we are to be truly representitive of this country, we must pass this bill.|
|Date||13:59:38, August 27, 2005 CET||From||Alorian Socialist Party||To||Debating the Fairness in Representation Act|
|Message||We will not oppose this bill on consultation!|
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