OMOV


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OMOV

(ˈəʊmɒv) or

omov

n acronym for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) one member one vote: a voting system in which each voter has one vote to cast. Compare block vote
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After Labour opted for OMOV (one member, one vote) party bosses want to switch to one member, one voice.
In 1993, John Smith, our brilliant Labour leader, looked like he was going to be defeated at the party conference on his plan to bring in a limited form of OMOV.
And, on the issue of one member, one vote (OMOV): "Most people have no idea what OMOV means - they think he played full-back for Russia.