Should Britain Reform the Existing Electoral System for General Elections?
In conclusion, I would argue that the plurality system has no more flaws than any other. Stability of government is an important part of democracy, and coalitions often result in the smaller parties gaining undue influence (a good example is Israel). Also if reform were to take place, the electorate may not understand the new system. The Single Transferable Vote system for example is very complicated, and could result in people not turning out to vote. Therefore I would conclude that Britain should not reform its existing electoral system for general elections.…
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