EU Elections MEPs want transitional lists
The Constitutional Affairs Committee of the European Parliament has proposed a reform of the European Electoral Act defining common minimum electoral standards and a Union-wide constituency. In their proposal, MEPs, led by the rapporteur Domènec Ruiz Devesa (S&D, ES), suggest that each voter should have two votes, one to elect MEPs in national constituencies and one in a European Union-wide constituency. 28 additional MEPs should come from the Union-wide constituency.
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