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Session 2005-06      6 February 2006

PUTTING CITIZENS FIRST: THE REPORT FROM THE COMMISSION ON BOUNDARY DIFFERENCES AND VOTING SYSTEMS.


PUBLIC EVIDENCE SESSION AT THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

The Scottish Affairs Committee will hold a one-off public oral evidence session on Putting Citizens First: the Report from the Commission on Boundary Differences and Voting Systems. at 4.15 pm on Tuesday 14 February 2006. The meeting will take place at the House of Commons.

The Committee will take evidence from Professor Sir John Arbuthnott, Chairman, and Dr Nicola McEwen of  the Commission on Boundary Differences and Voting Systems.

Note for Editors:

The Commission on Boundary Differences and Voting Systems, "the Arbuthnott Commission", was established by the Secretary of State for Scotland to consider the consequences of having four separate voting systems for elections in Scotland and having different constituency boundaries for elections to Westminster and to Holyrood. The Commission's report was published on 19 January.