Thursday, April 4, 2019

Parliament Risks Failing Out for Want of an Adequate Voting Procedure

Federal Trust blog
by Ira Straus
Chair, Center for War-Peace Studies

Only a single transferable vote can guarantee a timely result.

READ MORE AThttps://fedtrust.co.uk/parliament-risks-failing-out-for-want-of-an-adequate-voting-procedure/

Where Next with Parliament's Voting Procedures on Multiple Options?

Federal Trust blog
by Ira Straus
Chair, Center for War-Peace Studies

In setting forth procedures for deciding its preference among the multiple Brexit options, Parliament has shown wisdom on one point, unwisdom on another. It is wise in allowing five calendar days for its members to converse and caucus among one another to refine their views and choices in-between the first and second day of voting. It was unwise in its method of voting on the first day, each option voted upon as if to vote it up or down rather than an order of preference indicated.

READ MORE AThttps://fedtrust.co.uk/where-next-with-parliaments-voting-procedures-on-the-multiple-options/