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hello,can someone help me write this essay on to what extent is there a democratic deficit in the uk?
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can anyone help me on this 10 marker? 3 disadvantages of Proportional representation?
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1) creates weak and ineffective government
2) produces coalitions which are unstable and may have to compromise on manifesto promises
3) more complicated than disproportional systems which may turn people away from voting
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thank you does anyone know what this means.stupid examiners gave worded the question difficultly. It is make out the case for reform of tge westminister electoral system?
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it's a very simply worded question so I don't see the issue

just give them three disadvantages of proportional representation, that means proportional electoral systems such as STV, Regional Party List, and AMS

are you sure your class has done the elections unit?
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yes but not thoroughly.i am still confused i thought you had to say why FPTP is bad and why PR is good,because the question was make the case for reform ofwestminister electoral systemo doesnt that mean arguments which support reform,how does it mean to retain FPTP.i thought it was thr
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63390645[/url]]it's a very simply worded question so I don't see the issue

just give them three disadvantages of proportional representation, that means proportional electoral systems such as STV, Regional Party List, and AMS

are you sure your class has done the elections unit?
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i thought it was the opposite im so confused because it says make the case for reform of the westminister electoral?
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63391103[/url]]yes but not thoroughly.i am still confused i thought you had to say why FPTP is bad and why PR is good,because the question was make the case for reform ofwestminister electoral systemo doesnt that mean arguments which support reform,how does it mean to retain FPTP.i thought it was thr
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so doesnt that mean you should reform FPTP
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63391251[/url]]i thought it was the opposite im so confused because it says make the case for reform of the westminister electoral?
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