The project to modify the electoral system, following the Venice Commission's recommendations, was published on Parliament's website.
The draft submitted to the debate states that any candidate running for the parliament will have to present a certificate of integrity through which the competitor will declare his wealth and income. The document will be released by the National Integrity Agency.
The threshold reduction of electoral blocks to eight per cent was also mentioned.
Furthermore, the new amendments stipulate that male candidates will have to collect 500 signatures and women twice as fewer signatures.
The draft law on the mixed voting system, based on the Venice Commission's recommendations, stipulates that 50 deputies to be elected on party lists and 51 - directly by citizens in uninominal constituencies.
PUBLIKA recall that a new round of debates on electoral system will take place this afternoon. The discussion will be held at the Parliament's premises. All deputies, representatives of civil society and ethnic communities, as well as members of extra-parliamentary parties will present.