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Display titleDirect Party and Representative Voting
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Page creatorimported>Pskjohnson
Date of page creation12:37, 11 October 2011
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Date of latest edit16:15, 7 August 2019
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Direct Party and Representative Voting (DPR) is an electoral system for parliamentary democracies designed to replace the First past the post (FPTP) voting system. It is a form of Proportional Representation based on single member constituencies.
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