Ways to make change
In the election, the number of voters and parliament constants are unbalanced for each election, resulting in a gap in the value of one vote. This is contrary to the principle of equality and equality elections under the law. The value of a vote by region is low in urban areas, it tends to be high in rural areas, and it tends to become a policy of preferential treatment. So it is a sure way to make the constituency constituent a whole proportional representation system with national units. In proportional representation system, in general, seats are allocated proportionally to the vote rate of political parties, but the problem is easily multipartitioned, and one party gets a vote rate of 50% or more That is not to be the case.
In the Congress of Canada, only the House of Representatives will be elected by election. Senators are also appointed. Total number of parliamentarians and allocation of seats will be decided based on the results of national polls every ten years. By the way, the constant in the general election held in May 2011 was 308 seats, but in the first 1867 it was 181 seats. Institutionally it has adopted it since the election constraints system and “founding country”. Election qualification is over 18 years old. Restricted elections by type of property, gender, and ethnicity were also done once. Election rights are given to everyone since 2002.