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Court rules Oct 22 general election constitutional

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An election board had disputed plaintiffs' argument, saying the vote weight gap in the October election was "significantly lower" than 2.17-fold to 2.92-fold disparity judged by the top court as constitutional in the past.

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Why it is unconsitutionnal or constitutional ? I worked on constitution ruling in my country and there is no possibility to desagree. Constitution is about science : 2+2 = 4. How can you not all agree on mathematic ?

So on what ground they agreed ? or not ? Justice needs to motive all its ruling.

In democraty, people have to know this is not just a matter of heart but a professional and precise matter where the heart have no place but the one of the justice.

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