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No, the most qualified candidate should get the position regardless of gender

@6HVTR2LACT answered…2yrs

No this further paints women as victims rather than the able bodied humans that we are. Tokenism is worse than not sitting at the table.

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@95FNLHX answered…2wks

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@8ZVT4N5 answered…6mos

having a quota-type system to force diversity doesn't solve the problems that cause division, but instead create seperation within politics.

@8ZMBYXJ answered…7mos

Doesn’t matter is she’s a woman and it shouldn’t have a percentage it shouldn’t matter

@8Z7SRBH answered…7mos

The most qualified candidate should get the position regardless of gender but gender discrimination should be abolished first

@8XKVQ9T answered…10mos

@8XF94KS answered…11mos

if women want to do it, let them, but if no women are in the party because no women wanted ti be, the party should still be allowed to run.

@8XF4N37 answered…11mos

My reasons how this is bigger and never change of gender unless between the process are social

@8T4N3WQ answered…1yr

Parties should not be required to however parties should have women and be treated the same

@8QHNY3T answered…2yrs

It shouldnt matter how many women or men partake in government. Because it should be based on skill.

@8J82HPC answered…2yrs

Yes inless one of the women Did crime or was rude all her party and other party’s then she can Be replaced By a man

@8HTT4BZ answered…2yrs

It’s important to have diversity in gender but I don’t believe it should be based on percent.

@8H9LG8F answered…2yrs

No, the person most suited should get the position regardless of gender or background.

@8H53NMN answered…2yrs

No they shouldn't. Political parties should provide equal opportunity's for all candidates and only accept candidates with the best credentials for any gender. Employ the people who are going to be the best for the job.

@8GL3YQ4 answered…2yrs

@8GK2FPP answered…2yrs

We shouldn’t have a limit on party members based on their gender.

@8GDZXZM answered…2yrs

Think more female candidates should be supported but not make it a requirement

@8G7738J answered…2yrs

I think it's absolutely important to encourage diversity, however in the end the most qualified candidate should get the position regardless of gender

@8FVJN8H answered…2yrs

@8F5VZL6 answered…2yrs

Should political parties be required to run a certain percentage of male candidates .

@8F55RNQ answered…2yrs

@8DMT9GF answered…2yrs

No, but we should monitor and address the cause of imbalance of applicants and remove male/female classification for more gender diverse nomenclature

@8DMKHXD answered…2yrs

The most qualified candidate should get the position regardless of gender but diversity should still be encouraged.

@8DH3SV7 answered…2yrs

if the candidate best fits the criteria, he/her should be enforced in power.

@8CZLSTH answered…2yrs

@8CPS5QD answered…2yrs

No, the most qualified candidate should get the job and instead we should focus on fixing the route cause of why women are under represented in politics

@8CJK95H answered…2yrs

@8CFMZ5G answered…2yrs

They should only chose the best candidates for the job based on ability, but I would like only women candidates to be in charge of anything women's issues-related.

@8CBZCDF answered…2yrs

I think there are other ways to increase the diversity of parliament than through quota. E.g. teaching civics in school.

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