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PARTY-LIST PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION
ALLIANCE LIST MP
NATIONAL PARTY LIST MP
PLACE HERSELF
PARTY LIST SYSTEMS
FIFTH
NUMBER
MEMBERS
DATA
DEADLINE
GENERAL ELECTION
JIM ANDERTON
COMMUNIST PARTIES
LABOUR PARTY
PETER DUNNE
REGIONAL BASIS
SYSTEM
LABOUR
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MMP
PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION
LIST
ELECTION
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CANDIDATES
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PARTIES
PARTY
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VOTING
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PARLIAMENT
LIST MPS
LIST MP
PARTY LIST
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. The party list is used for European Parliament elections.
  2. The party list is used for European Parliament elections in Great Britain (but not Northern Ireland).

Party-List Proportional Representation

  1. The second vote (party-list proportional representation) is cast for a party list.

Alliance List Mp

  1. Gillon was elected to Parliament as an Alliance list MP in the 1996 elections, having been ranked in eleventh place on the party list.

National Party List Mp

  1. Changes during term Jim Gerard, a National Party list MP, resigned from Parliament in April 1997 to take up a post as High Commissioner in Ottawa.

Place Herself

  1. In the 2002 election, however, she contested the Te Tai Hauauru Maori electorate, and opted not to place herself on the party list at all.

Party List Systems

  1. Proportional representation systems are used, where there is more of a tendency to use party list systems than the Westminster Model legislatures.
  2. There are two major and important variations of Party List systems, usually defined as closed list and open list elections: i.e.

Fifth

  1. In the 2002 election, Chal was ranked fifth on United Future 's party list, and therefore was expected to enter Parliament.

Number

  1. In the 1999 election he was elected to Parliament at number 7 on the Green Party list.
  2. Matt is the Progressive Party President and Deputy Leader, at number two on the Progressive Party list.

Members

  1. Scotland and New Zealand still hold by-elections, despite having adopted the additional member system, in which members are also chosen by party list s.

Data

  1. Detailed results National results The table below displays data on the performance of all registered parties which submitted a party list.
  2. The table below displays data on the performance of all registered parties which submitted a party list.

Deadline

  1. The party had also intended to submit a party list, but Kopu failed to submit it before the deadline.

General Election

  1. For the 2005 General Election, Darnton headed the Libertarianz party list, and was the electorate candidate for Wellington Central.

Jim Anderton

  1. Matt McCarten, not Jim Anderton, controls the party list.
  2. The Progressive Party would be standing 26 electorate candidates and 27 on the Progressive Party list, Jim Anderton said.

Communist Parties

  1. Secondly, if a party list is to include communist parties that never came to power then it would be extraordinarily long.

Labour Party

  1. He is a member of the Labour Party, and currently serves as a middle-ranking cabinet minister at number 13 on the party list.
  2. She was elected to represent the Labour Party on the party list at the 2008 general election.

Peter Dunne

  1. Peter Dunne retained Ohariu-Belmont, and Gordon Copeland and Judy Turner were returned on its party list.

Regional Basis

  1. Members of the European Parliament are elected on a regional basis using the party list, a Closed list (i.e.

System

  1. Most seats in the Congress are not elected through the party list system.

Labour

  1. As Duncan was the next-ranked MP on the Labour Party list, she entered Parliament in White's place.
  2. He will be replaced by the next member of the Labour Party list, Charles Chauvel.
  3. In the 1999 elections, which Labour won, Goff accepted seventh place on the party list, but also retained his electorate seat.

Alliance

  1. In the 1996 election, the first to be conducted under the new MMP electoral system, Fitzsimons was placed third on the Alliance party list.
  2. In the 2002 elections, she was ranked fourth on the party list, but the Alliance did not win any seats.

Mmp

  1. Whereas under MMP it is hard for unpopular politicians to survive, under SM, the party list is a sinecure for career politicians.

Proportional Representation

  1. The system must be a form of proportional representation, under either the party list or Single Transferable Vote system.

List

  1. Gerry Brownlee is ranked third both on the worst behaved list and the National party list.

Election

  1. In the 2005 election, Hayes contended as a member of the New Zealand National Party, which ranked him 50th on its party list.
  2. Margaret Wilson first entered Parliament on the Labour Party list in 1999 and gained a Ministerial post immediately after her election.

Elections

  1. Elections to the Scottish Parliament are by the Additional Member System, which is a hybrid of single member plurality and party list.
  2. He stood in the 2005 elections for the Labour Party, being ranked twenty-seventh on its party list.
  3. In the 2008 elections he contested the Christchurch East electorate and was number 4 on the Alliance Party list.

Candidates

  1. The Alliance ran 15 electorate candidates and a total of 30 candidates on the party list in the 2008 election, increasing its party vote from 2005.

Candidate

  1. Fitzsimons was a list only candidate in the 2008 election and was ranked at number one on the party list.
  2. Fitzsimons left Parliament on 11 February 2010, and was replaced by the next candidate on the Green Party list, Gareth Hughes.
  3. He was replaced by Alec Neill, the next candidate on the National Party list.

Parties

  1. Party list system in a multi-member constituency The parties each list their candidates according to that party's determination of priorities.
  2. STV does not guarantee that parties with smaller percentage vote get represented; this is more likely with systems including some sort of party list.

Party

  1. Likewise, if a party entitled to 30 seats has won only 11 single-member district seats, then it will acquire another 19 MPs from its party list.
  2. If a party is registered, it may submit a party list, enabling it to receive party votes in New Zealand's MMP electoral system.
  3. High-profile broadcaster Philip Sherry also joined the party in 1999 and stood in the number 2 position on the party list.

National Party

  1. In the 2005 election, Tremain was a candidate for the National Party, standing in the Napier electorate and being ranked 52nd on the party list.

Voting

  1. Main problem is party list voting is boring - you just pay your money and get on the list, and nobody knows who you are, and the voters never meet you.

Voters

  1. In addition to voting for a party list, voters may express preference for one individual candidate.
  2. Voters might vote for an individual, or they might vote for a political party (party list).
  3. Voters are also asked to cast two votes: one for an individual candidate in a constituency, and one for a party list.

Voter

  1. Although the voter is provided with a party list the voter can substitute a member of a different party and prepare their own list.

Vote

  1. For elections in which the respondent can vote for (or rank) candidates a chosen party list (i.e.
  2. However even when proportional systems are used, the system allows the voter to vote for a named candidate rather than a party list.
  3. It is not possible, however, to simultaneously vote for party X but exert influence on the candidate rankings on the party list of party Y.

Parliament

  1. Though National had its worst performance ever, gaining only 21% of the party vote, Brash's high place on the party list assured him of a seat in Parliament.
  2. While National performed poorly in the election, Brash's high position on the party list enabled him to enter Parliament.
  3. As a result, she was removed from the party list, allowing Paul Adams to enter Parliament in her place.

List Mps

  1. Labour MPs Jim Sutton and Michael Cullen) were List MPs, and are simply replaced by the next member on their party list.

List Mp

  1. A list MP is a Member of Parliament (MP) who is elected from a party list rather than from a geographical constituency.
  2. Woolerton first entered Parliament in the 1996 elections, becoming a list MP after being ranked fifth on the New Zealand First party list.
  3. He was elected to Parliament as a list MP in the 2002 elections, having been ranked in eighth place on the New Zealand First party list.

Party List

  1. Return to Parliament In the 2005 elections, he stood again as a National candidate, again contesting Te Atatu and holding the 29th slot on the party list.
  2. Even when proportional representation systems are used, the voting systems tend to allow the voter to vote for a named candidate rather than a party list.
  3. Turia entered the New Zealand Parliament in the 1996 election as a list MP for the Labour Party, ranking 20th on the party list.

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