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Electing a coalition government in the Dáil or a power-sharing executive in Stormont.
By Peter Emerson on 16 February 2017
At an Irish Times/DCU/de Borda/CiviQ public meeting in Ballymun last April, participants showed how an elected chamber — the Dáil, Stormont, Westminster, or for that matter the equivalent in Damascus or Kiev — could elect, electronically of course, a proportional, all-party, coalition government of national unity. It’s on page 56 here.