On the 8th January 2015, NOTA UK member Rohin Vadera had an article published on the website Democracy Audit making the case for NOTA.
Two weeks later, Richard Berry, Research Associate for the Democracy Audit website and the London School of Economics Public Policy Group, responded with an article rebutting NOTA and citing three other reforms he deemed more important.
Here NOTA UK founder Jamie Stanley responds to Berry’s article:
“Why NOTA is the Ground Zero of Electoral Reform”
Tagged: accountability, ballot paper, Democracy, Electoral Reform, None of the above, NOTA, NOTA UK, Politics, Progress
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