Law:An Act to Amend the Constituziun

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8RC17 — An Act to Amend the Constituziun

Whereas confusion has resulted from a misinterpretation of an (admittedly confusing) portion of the Constituziun on the issue of whether non-votes should be counted as votes, etc., Therefore Article 36 of the Constituziun is rewritten to read as follows: The Cosâ is comprised of 215 seats. 200 are apportioned among the parties in proportion to the popular vote cast for the parties in the last election (abstentions, spoilt ballots, non-votes, and votes for parties which did not register being omitted from this count so that all those who actually vote for parties comprise 100% of the total "popular vote" for this purpose); these are called "elective seats."(The rest of the article remains as is.)

Proposed by: John A. Jahn (TNP-Pórt Maxhestic); Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)

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