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Montevideo, September 25th 2021 - 21:20 UTC

Tag: single electoral constituency referendum

  • Friday, September 25th 2020 - 09:05 UTC

    Falkland Islands votes to remain a two electoral constituency

    Voters could decide between the status quo, the Falklands retaining two constituencies, or alternatively voting for it to become one single constituency

    The Falkland Islands Referendum held on Thursday, resulted in a defeat for the concept of a single constituency. Neither of the two current constituencies Camp or Stanley, garnered the two thirds support for a single constituency.

  • Wednesday, September 23rd 2020 - 08:45 UTC

    Falklands votes on Thursday on a single electoral constituency referendum

    The Single Constituency Bill would amend Falklands' Constitution to replace two constituencies with one and voters would elect all eight Members of the Assembly.

    Next Thursday, 24 September, Falklanders will be going to the polls to vote on a referendum on a Single electoral Constituency for the whole archipelago. Currently, there are two constituencies in the Falklands, Stanley the capital, which elects five of the eight members of the Legislative Assembly, and the so-called Camp, which represents the rest of the territory and sends three representatives.