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    User: MmH

    Have just looked up what “unicameral” meansĀ : having a single legislative chamber.

    If it’s inclusion in this section indicates that the constitution rules out creating a second legislative chamber then I’d want that changed. I think there needs to be at least the possibility of creating a second chamber at some point. Or not, if that’s is what is decided. I’m a fan of Citizens’ Assemblies though I think they are maybe better used in the way the Ireland has, as a support to their two chambers, by asking Assemblies to consider topics that are contentious in society and difficult for elected legislators to take forward.

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    User: MacMhaoirn

    Perhaps a second elected chamber representing regions might be useful to have a balance between less populated areas with those with a large populations.

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