Table Of Voting Systems By Country
This table deals with voting to select candidates for office, not for the passing of legislation.
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... threshold see Election threshold FPTP Using the system of First Past The Post voting to pick a single winner per district Party list One of many Party-list proportional representation ... Where possible, this has been replaced by the allocation system used within the party-list (e.g ... D'Hondt method) Parallel voting This means that two simultaneous systems are used to elect representatives to the same body ...
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