Boundary Commission

Boundary Commission

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) a body established by statute to undertake periodic reviews of the boundaries of parliamentary constituencies and to recommend changes to take account of population shifts
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The governor said he had written officially to President Muhammadu Buhari, and the National Boundary Commission, appealing for measures to secure the nation's land and maritime borders.
The Local Government Boundary Commission intends to carry out a review of Stockton Council as its boundaries, wards and number of councillors haven't been looked at since 2003.
A row over a village place name could be reignited after a recommendation from the boundary commission. The long-running saga over the name of Montgomeryshire village Llansantffraid was settled back in 2014, after years of debate over whether it should include a 't' or not.
GWYNEDD is set to lose six county councillors under proposals presented by the Boundary Commission for Wales.
ca/representation/) On establishing the Commission, the Government indicated that it would take steps to establish a Select Committee necessary to set the terms of reference for the appointment of an Electoral Boundary Commission by January 31, 2018.
The Boundary Commission for Scotland published its final recommendations for United Kingdom Parliament elections.
"This is an independent process that's been conducted by the Boundary Commission and it has still to be voted through Parliament," he said.
The Boundary Commission was told by the Government to cut the number of constituencies and to ensure that each constituency had roughly the same number of people, with between 71,031 and 78,507 voters each.
The Boundary Commission for England is expected to submit its final report, containing recommendations for new constituency boundaries, to the Government this week.
But the Boundary Commission found that the only way to achieve this was to create constituencies which cross local authority boundaries.
In May this year, Ethiopia announced that it would implement the December 2000 Algiers agreement and the decisions of the International Boundary Commission.