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alternative vote systemの例文

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  • After the Alternative Vote system or retaining the current one.
  • (7 ) The 1952 and 1953 elections used the alternative voting system.
  • The election was an all-member ballot using the alternative vote system.
  • Both were rejected in alternative vote system.
  • Voting was by alternative vote system.
  • The party has both a male and female co-leader, currently Metiria Turei and alternative vote system.
  • Elections must be held within three months of a vacancy occurring and take place under the Alternative Vote system.
  • Alternative Vote system was granted as part of the Conservative  Liberal Democrat coalition agreement, but not AV +.
  • One of the last acts of the coalition government was to introduce an alternative voting system, which was implemented for the 1952 general election.
  • In the referendum, the Alternative Vote system was rejected by 67 % to 33 %, and therefore all reforms regarding the voting system were dropped.
  • The number of peers to be chosen by a political group reflects the proportion of hereditary peers that belonged to that group ( see Alternative Vote system being used.
  • Five candidates were successfully nominated to stand in the deputy leadership election : Ben Bradshaw, Stella Creasy, Angela Eagle, Caroline Flint, and alternative vote system.
  • The government backed one of Martin's amendments in February 2010 which puts the Labour party's commitment to a referendum on the alternative vote system into legislation.
  • It includes subjects like voting rights acts, direct democracy by way of ballot initiatives, the history and function of the Electoral College, campaign financing and alternative voting systems.
  • Failing that, then the top three candidates from the second round would go forward to a third and final round which would elect a party leader using the alternative vote system.
  • :I was tempted to ask " alternative to what ? ", but on a jackofozian caprice I plugged in alternative voting system and it redirected me to Instant-runoff voting.
  • On 5 July 2010, Clegg unveiled plans to have fewer MPs and to hold a referendum on the voting system so that the next general election would be contested under the Alternative Vote system.
  • The white paper also proposed avoiding the risk of all options being rejected, as had occurred in the 2003 debate, by using the alternative vote system ( also known as instant-runoff voting ).
  • Which country currently uses alternative voting system and is there a sample from the last election that took place in that country that used that system ?  Preceding talk ) 03 : 08, 18 June 2012 ( UTC)
  • In February 2010, the Labour government under Gordon Brown offered a Commons vote on a referendum for an alternative vote system, possibly manoeuvering for political positioning in case of a hung parliament following the general election on May 6.
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