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Should there be term limits for members of Parliament?

Results from Labour Party

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Term Limits Poll Results for Labour Party

Yes

264 votes

49%

No

277 votes

51%

Distribution of answers submitted by Labour Party.

3 Yes answers
3 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about Term Limits

A term limit is a law that limits the amount of time a political representative may hold an elected office. In the U.S. the office of the President is restricted to two four year terms. There are currently no term limits for Congressional terms but various states and cities have enacted term limits for their elected officials at the local level.  See recent term limits news

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