Gerovasili: Proposed Еlection Law to Be Tabled This Week, Voted in Early July

Gerovasili: Proposed Еlection Law to Be Tabled This Week, Voted in Early July

The government's proposal for abolishing the first-party bonus seats, simple proportional representation and the vote at 17 is now in the final stages of being drawn up, government spokeswoman Olga Gerovasili said on Monday. She said that the government's proposal will take into account the talks held between Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the opposition party leaders, incorporating some of their positions and suggestions.
"The government's proposal will be tabled in Parliament at the end of this week and be voted on in the first 10 days of July, possibly after the prime minister's return from China," she said.
"The discussion process in Parliament may help so that there are even greater convergences than those we have already ascertained," Gerovasili added, noting that the "historic necessity to establish equality of the vote with the resonance of the proposal to the people must be the criterion of the parties."


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