Op-ed: In Turkey, threshold distinction damages the constitution's principle of equality

By Sedat Ergin, 15 March 2018
Let us assume that in a medium-sized Turkish province of one million voters with a representation of 10 lawmakers in the parliament, the ballot boxes have been opened and the following result announced:  Party A: 500,000 Party B: 300,000 Party C: 120,000 Party D: 80,000 Let us assume that Parties A and D have established an alliance; the electoral threshold of ten percent has been ap[...] Read more here: http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/opinion/sedat-ergin/threshold-distinction-dama…


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