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Plein: The government has put off talking about electoral procedures too long

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According to NPS MP Ivanildo Plein, the government has been debating the reform in the election system for a very long time. According to Plein, we have very little time to get things in order if we consider the amount of time we have before the elections may be organized.

Plein continues by stating that the subject at hand is crucial and deserves more discussion. It is crucial that all presentations be put next to one another and that they be checked for points of agreement. Therefore, it is relevant conversation material for the future. Therefore, it is relevant conversation material for the future. The NPS faction has also made a number of ideas. A lot of people have already made these recommendations.

Plein goes on to say that the Constitution will also need to be changed if the law is not passed before May 25, 2023. According to the Constitution, one must also consider the requirement that candidates have lived in a certain area for two years before to running for office. Political organizations have started educating their supporters as well. It is crucial that society understands what it stands for. Each speaker should inform the audience about their perspective on the subject during their presentation so that everyone is aware of it. The proposals must also be simple for society to comprehend. It shouldn’t be discussed in terms of many important ideas.

 

 

 

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