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- Posted: August 19, 2013
- Author(s): Matt Sommerfeld, Andrew Douglas
- Categories: Home, Research & Analysis, Fair Voting/Proportional Representation, Middle East and Africa, International Elections, FairVote, Elections Worldwide
The addition of proportionally allocated seats in Zimbabwe's parliament is a positive development, but one that has been overshadowed by concerns over the legitimacy of recent elections.
The June 18th vote in the U.S. House on abortion law reflects a trend towards increased polarization and a decline in crossover voting in the House. This analysis looks at which Members voted against their party's majority and compares the vote to a 1993 vote on abortion law.