The key ask of the people is for a member of parliament for every electoral district that does not have a preferential voting system. Of the various recommendations tabled towards this, the system that was given the greatest attention by all parties and subsequently submitted to the cabinet by the President is as follows:
This is a hybrid of the pre-1978 First Past the Post (FPP) system and the subsequently introduced Proportional Representation (PR) system.
Under this proposed system all parties and groups should nominate individuals at the district level for the election. According to the district proportional system, which is in force at present, each of the parties should nominate a district list three more candidates than the total amount of seats allocated under the proportionate system in each district. While this is the present norm, the only difference in the newly proposed system is that a candidate each should be declared in the district list as the candidate of the party for each polling division within the district. These polling divisions existed before 1978 amendment is no more legally accepted, however this is not a novelty since all major parties have already appointed chief organizers for each of the previously existed polling divisions and in most cases; these individuals would represent the party at the election from that specific polling division. Until now, the Commissioner of Elections has not officially accepted this fact but subsequent to the reforms, the Commissioner will do so. Furthermore, since even at present, election results are publicized at the level of each polling division, again, this is not a dramatic move away from existing norms.