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Section 4.6. Each Mainland constituency is represented by three Members of Parliament and each of the four Island constituencies is represented by two Members of Parliament.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-16 22:19:23

    Section 4.6. Section 4.6. Each Mainland constituency is represented by three Members of Parliament and each of the four Island constituencies is represented by two Members of Parliament.

Proposed Amendment to Section 4.6.

  • Bennachie

    Section 4.6. Section 4.6. Increase in proportional representation across thirty-six mainland constituencies.
    4.6 Each of thirty-six Mainland Constituencies is represented by five Members of Parliament and each of four Island Constituencies is represented by two Members of Parliament to provide a total of one hundred and eighty-eight Members of Parliament.

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Proposed Amendment to Section 4.6.

Proposed Amendment to Section 4.6.

  • Skeggi

    Section 4.6. Section 4.6. Each Mainland and Island constituency is represented by three Members of Parliament.

Proposed Amendment to Section 4.6.


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