The single transferable vote puts power where it rightly belongs - in the hands of the ordinary voter and not the party gerrymander. Every member of parliament is accountable to the voters who elected him.
And by virtue of the quota - the number of votes a candidate needs to be elected - the very small parties and fringe groups are not successful.
As for the new system, you head your article 'A vote towards better government'; in reality it could result in Italy divided into three rigid geographical voting blocks.
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