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Bill for British Referendum on Vote Systems Makes Headway

Published on January 31, 2011, by in General.

The British government desires to hold a ballot question in May 2011 on whether to use Instant Runoff Voting for British elections for House of Commons, but the bill authorizing that vote has been delayed in the House of Lords. According to this story, the Lords are likely to approve the bill on Wednesday, February 2, although it is not certain. The British term for Instant Runoff Voting is the Alternative Vote. Thanks to Thomas Jones for the link.

One Response

  1. Demo Rep

    What genius Brit will be able to detect that –

    Alt.Vote (aka IRV in the U.S.A.) = THE method to elect Stalin / Hitler clones for single person offices — when the muddled Middle is divided – even in jolly olde U.K.

    34 S–M–H
    33 H–M–S
    16 M–S–H
    16 M–H–S
    99

    The MORON Lib Dems think that they will be 1 of the top 2 with 3 Alt.Vote choices remaining.


    The EVIL gerrymander stuff got going in the ye olde England in the 1200s — MAJOR progress back then against the EVIL monarchs / oligarchs.

    NOW the gerrymander/plurality stuff is totally ANTI-Democratic — about 20 percent indirect minority rule in the U.K. due to 3-5 larger parties in each MP gerrymander district = New Age party hack robot monarchs/oligarchs in control.

    Alt.Vote will result in about 30 percent indirect minority rule — as in the U.S.A.

    P.R. and App.V.

    Remember the dead in Egypt fighting the tyrant regime.

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