Timor-Leste's Revolving Door Parliament
Western Melanesian parliaments2 are routinely characterised as revolving door, with roughly half (and sometimes more) of the sitting members losing their seats at each election, so that at any one time a large proportion of members are first-termers. This phenomenon is generally attributed to weak political party organisation, the contest between large numbers of candidates for local constituencies, electoral systems that deliver local victories with a minority of votes, and unachievable...[Show more]
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