Electoral System In The Philippines

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persons who are under the age of 18 years old Electoral Systems: Electoral Systems vary according to: 1. The number of persons elected in each geographical district (or "constituency") 2. The number of votes needed for a candidate to emerge victorious A...
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Single-Party Plurality systems: treats the entire state territory as a single constituency, or dividing the state into districts, with voters in each district electing one representative -to win, a candidate must receive a plurality of votes (more votes than the other candidate, even if it less than 50%); the Philippines is an example Pro: claimed to facilitate the election of strong and stable governments Con: produce government with only minority support and mandate when it operates in a multi-party system B...
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