list system

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Noun1.list system - based on the principle of proportional representation; voters choose between party lists, the number elected from each list being determined by the percentage cast for each list out of the total vote
electoral system, voting system - a legal system for making democratic choices
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According to the D'Hondt Method of allocating seats in party-list proportional representation, the Institute established that VMRO-DPMNE would win an absolute majority of 62 seats, SDSM 32, BDI 16, PDSH 9 and GROM one seat.
35 of March 18th, 1990), drafted and adopted for the elections in May 1990, established the election of the President by a majority vote in two rounds (for more details about the majoritarian electoral system in two rounds, see Martin, 1999: 50-53) and of the members of the Senate and Chamber of Deputies--by a party-list proportional representation in multi-member constituencies (article 2).
The most widespread variety of proportional rules is party-list proportional representation, currently employed in the vast majority of West European and Latin American countries and amply used in other parts of the world.
All of his party's candidates fielded in five constituencies lost and the party also failed to secure seats under the nationwide party-list proportional representation system.
Participating parties in the dialogue have pledged attachment to the party-list proportional representation with the greatest remainders and the principle of cooptation for candidacies as a voting method in the next elections, Riahi said, adding that the methods of applying this rule will be discussed in a plenary session by the National Constituent Assembly (NCA).
1 million citizens were eligible to cast ballots to elect 65 parliamentarians through a party-list proportional representation system.
There are 550 members of Parliament who are elected for a four-year term by the D'Hondt method, a party-list proportional representation system, from 85 electoral districts which represent the 81 administrative provinces of Turkey.
She said this Parliament was elected by party-list proportional representation system.