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Election counting in nauru enters final stage

autor vlachy 19.Červen 2020

Election counting in nauru enters final stage

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In the face of increasing opposition from the opposition coalition on the island, the country’s Electoral Commission is heading into final counting of this year’s election.

In a statement, it says the count, which began on Thursday morning, could have important consequences for the ruling Nati더킹카지노onal Party and possibly a result that could make Mr Abbott’s government the biggest ever in a parliament with two independents.

„With the final counting taking place, the counting of postal ballots, and electoral enrolment, the Electoral Commission is in the process of determining what the result may be,“ it said.

This is a historic election and it will mark an unprecedented period of political change — both in terms of the distribution of representation and changes to the electoral system. Anthony Albanese, Electoral Commissioner

„The first ballot of all ballots has been counted at 11.21am today. Based on the preliminary estimates of the electoral district count — a process which is currently at the stage of drawing preliminary map lines — that gives us the correct number of elected officers for this year.

„There are over 16,000 votes still in postal boxes, and of those, 17 per cent are still to count — about 1.natyasastra.com6 per cent have been counted to date and the rest are still to be counted and analysed.

„This is a historic election and it will mark an unprecedented period of political change — both in terms of the distribution of representation and changes to the electoral system.“

Electoral Commissioner Anthony Albanese says the result will have far-reaching implications for the political system.

„I think there are significant issues here in the wider system, specifically the relationship between the two political parties, the way it’s natyasastra.combroken down, whether it’s fair or not fair,“ he said.

„That sort of has to be looked at.

„That is the reason why they’re doing a survey and making some recommendations in what should be a process in which we as an elected, accountable and accountable public body should exercise our mandate to ensure that the voting process is as fair and democratic as possible.“

‚What’s at stake?‘

The commission is calling for the Government to introduce a law by April 1 to allow states to hold referendums on changes to the electoral system — something it has opposed since the last election.

It would allow the public to decide whether to keep to the system’s current format if the Government refused.

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