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Parliamentary Select Committee want to hear from you on UKs political system

October 30, 2020 4:30 PM

Constitution, Democracy & Rights Commission

Your chance to tell the Select Committee you want electoral reform! Make votes matter - proportional representation

The 2019 Conservative manifesto promised to set up a "Constitution, Democracy & Rights Commission" to review aspects of the UK's political system.

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee has launched a survey to invite views on what issues the Government prioritises when it forms its new Constitution, Democracy and Rights Commission.

With the precise remit of the commission yet to be announced, the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee launched an inquiry to investigate what elements of the UK politics were most in need of reform.

This is an opportunity for the members of the public to have their say and influence the findings of the inquiry. The committee wants to hear about what issues are more important to you and which political systems in the UK are most in need of reform.

The survey closes on 2 November and members of the public can take part online here.

The Select Committee responsible for holding the government to account on these issues is surveying the public to find out what the real constitutional priorities are. You may wish to prioritise matters other than PR and Electoral Reform like Devolved Governance, Lords Reform, UK Courts, Citizens Rights but do respond asap as the Survey closes on Monday next, 2nd November

Make Votes Matter campaign say:

please respond to their survey and select "the electoral system" as your number one priority!