Britons question country’s voting system

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It’s coming down to the wire in the United Kingdom’s general election Thursday. Party leaders are nearing the end of a mad dash – in a bid for votes. Polls suggest the election result will be the “closest” in a generation – with no “one” political party holding an outright majority. Because of this, many are questioning the voting system. Critics say: the rapid increase in the number of smaller parties is straining the way governments are selected. CCTV’s Richard Bestic filed this report from. 

Britons question country\'s voting system

Britons question country\'s voting system

It's coming down to the wire in the United Kingdom's general election Thursday. Party leaders are nearing the end of a mad dash - in a bid for votes. Polls suggest the election result will be the "closest" in a generation - with no "one" political party holding an outright majority. Because of this, many are questioning the voting system. Critics say: the rapid increase in the number of smaller parties is straining the way governments are selected. CCTV's Richard Bestic filed this report from.