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“Brazil's 513-seat lower house is filled using an open-list proportional representation system that allocates seats to parties according to the total number of votes their candidates win -- meaning extremely successful candidates can sometimes pull several allies into office.”
“While there is no readily available information on the ranking of these female candidates on their respective lists of candidates, they all maintain that under the open-list system they can draw sufficient support from enlightened voters [and women] to get elected.”
“The elections were held according to an open-list system, in which voters can choose individual candidates from lists presented by political parties or alliances.”
“The 2010 parliamentary elections are operating with an open-list system, giving voters power to choose their candidates.”
“He envisages an all-elected 300-seat house, with elections starting at the general election of 2014/15, in constituencies of a size similar to those in the European elections and using an open-list PR system.”
“For the first time, an open-list system will be in operation, meaning that Iraqis will be voting for individuals rather than political groupings.”
“If that is right, then it can't be SNTV, but it still could be an open list: many open-list ballots contain one area for checking a party name and another for optionally writing in the name or number of a candidate from the chosen party.”
“While tomorrow's election in Iraq is for provincial councils, and while it is by open-list PR (we think), one Iraqi observer thinks the outcome may turn on voters 'evaluations of the performance of national parties.”
“As Jack notes, this combination of a choice of a wider range of candidates and the potential for turnover would be an anticipated result of the open-list system.”
“Various MMP models have been in use in Germany since 1946, including the open-list variant in Bavaria, the list-free ( "near-winner") variant in Baden-Wurttemberg, and a variety of mixed models municipally (Hamburg and Berlin have been particularly inventive.)”
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