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Elections take place as per usual. The majority party wins as per usual. The difference being that each party position in the polls would denote a certain job within parliament. The winning majority would run the business of government and may ammend bills. The party in opposition may shadow the majority party and ammend bills. The party in third place however has no responsabilities, cannot ammend bills but is the only party which is able to create bills and accept ammendments.

This will accomplish two things. First by disconnecting those who run the country, from those who draft the bills, it will cripple the legislative process. Second, to accomodate the disjointed nature of this new parliament, all parties would need to become more flexible, co-operative and careful in drafting legislation.
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Glad to see you're getting top grades. However 'amend' in civilised countries has one 'm'. One usage I could attribute to error: twice looks deliberate: ergo I assume it was done to catch folk like me.

[Tips hat.]
 
I am somewhat mid-Atlantic in my spelling. Don't worry though, I am exceedingly British whilst in college.

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