24th New Zealand Parliament - Electoral Boundaries

Electoral Boundaries

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Singapore General Election, 1997 - Electoral Boundaries
... which was created after Kampong Glam GRC was removed from the electoral boundary map ... MacPherson SMC, carved out from Marine Parade GRC Changes in electoral seats within GRCs Aljunied GRC, Ang Mo Kio GRC, Cheng San GRC, Hong Kah GRC were increased from four -member GRCs to five-member GRCs ...
Electoral System Of New Zealand - Electoral Boundaries
... The Māori seats have their own special electoral roll people of Māori descent may opt to enroll either on this roll or on the general roll, and the number of Māori seats is ... A census was held on 7 March 2006 and new electorate boundaries released on 25 September 2007, creating an additional electorate in the North Island ...
Northumberland—Quinte West - Federal Electoral Redistribution
... Following the passage of Bill C-20, An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867, The Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act, and the Canada Elections Act on December 16, 2011, an additional 30 seats will be ... Canada, the federal redistribution process for electoral boundaries is expected to take place on February 8, 2012 ... Instead, the new electoral boundary would be called Prince Edward - Quinte West ...
British Columbia Electoral Redistribution, 2008
... The British Columbia electoral redistribution of 2008 was undertaken over a lengthy period that began in late 2005 and was completed with the passage of the Electoral Districts Act, 2008 on April 10, 2008 ... The redistribution modified most electoral boundaries in the province, and increased the number of MLAs from 79 to 85 ... The electoral boundaries created by the restribution will first be used in the 2009 provincial election ...

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