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Editor: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Instituto de Política y GobernanzaUniversidad Carlos III de Madrid. Departamento de Ciencia Política y Sociología

Issued date: 2011-05

ISSN: 1698-482X

Serie-No.: Documentos de Trabajo. Política y Gestión20-2011

Keywords: Senate , Electoral Simulations , Electoral Behavior , Territorial Representation , Non-wide state parties

Rights: Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 3.0 España

Abstract:As it has been analyzed, the Spaniard Senate suffers a dysfunctional problem: on the one hand it’s established on the 69.1 CE the Senate is the territorial chamber of representatives and on the other one it’s established that it is a sober second thought chambAs it has been analyzed, the Spaniard Senate suffers a dysfunctional problem: on the one hand it’s established on the 69.1 CE the Senate is the territorial chamber of representatives and on the other one it’s established that it is a sober second thought chamber. At the same time it has been observed that the general elections have driven to symmetrical majorities between the House of Representatives and the Senate even when the electoral formulas are substantively different. This paper identifies the main reason on the constituency. Through electoral simulations it has been proved that the electoral formula and the simultaneity on time of the elections for the Spaniard Parliament Cortes Generales are less influential than the constituency. The scenarios proposed introduce the autonomic community as constituency and shows the psychological effects on the electorate changing the symmetrical majorities on most of the elections.+-





Author: Garre Pelegrina, Santiago

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Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Repositorio institucional e-Archivo http:--e-archivo.uc3m.es Área de Ciencia Política y de la Administración DCS - POL - Documentos Política y Gestión 2011-05 El contenido de la territorialidad del artículo 69.1 CE: una aproximación politológico electoral Garre Pelegrina, Santiago http:--hdl.handle.net-10016-11299 Descargado de e-Archivo, repositorio institucional de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid 1698-482X El contenido de la territorialidad del artículo 69.1 CE DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO “POLÍTICA Y GESTIÓN” UNIVERSIDAD CARLOS III DE MADRID INSTITUTO DE POLÍTICA Y GOBERNANZA (IPOLGOB) DEPARTAMENTO DE CIENCIA POLÍTICA Y SOCIOLOGÍA ÁREA DE CIENCIA POLÍTICA Y DE LA ADINISTRACIÓN Documento de Trabajo n 20-2011 EL CONTENIDO DE LA TERRITORIALIDAD DEL ARTÍCULO 69.1 CE UNA APROXIMACIÓN POLITOLÓGICO-ELECTORAL SANTIAGO GARRE PELEGRINA* Abstract: As it has been analyzed, the Spaniard Senate suffers a dysfunctional problem: on the one hand it’s established on the 69.1 CE the Senate is the territorial chamber of representatives and on the other one it’s established that it is a sober second thought chamber.
At the same time it has been observed that the general elections have driven to symmetrical majorities between the House of Representatives and the Senate even when the electoral formulas are substantively different.
This paper identifies the main reason on the constituency.
Through electoral simulations it has been proved that the electoral formula and the simultaneity on time of the elections for the Spaniard Parliament (Cortes Generales) are less influential than the constituency.
The scenarios proposed introduce the autonomic community as constituency and shows the psychological effects on the electorate changing the symmetrical majorities on most of the elections. Keywords: Senate, Electoral Simulations, Electoral Behavior, Psychological Effects, Territorial Representation, Non-wide state parties. ...





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