The MPP caucus in Parliament discussed a draft law on the 2012 parliamentary election Monday and ultimately decided to propose a 48-28 election plan, meaning 48 seats in Parliament would be awarded on the majority system and 28 on the proportional system.
Members decided to officially propose this plan to the DP caucus.
The MPP noted that this plan is different than its original 52-24 plan. Members said the change was made because of the urgency of passing the draft law. Members said they hoped the DP would look favorably upon the plan.
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