Nomination process for electoral panel to be reopened
Parliament’s home affairs committee decided this because of low number of nominations and too few female nominees
Parliament’s home affairs committee has decided that the nomination process for members of the Electoral Reform Consultation Panel must be reopened because of the low number of nominees received and the low number of female nominees.
The nine-member panel, which will be set up under the Electoral Amendment Act, will be tasked with investigating alternative electoral systems and must submit its report 12 months after the date of the 2024 elections. ..
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