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What does OMOV stand for?

OMOV stands for One Member One Vote

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Opening debate on the remit, Midlands member Janet Black (pictured right) said one member one vote was the epitome of democracy.
The one member one vote postal ballot will select a new President between Dafydd I wan and Cynog Dafis, while a separate ballot will select a leader in the Assembly from AMs Ieuan Wyn Jones,Helen Mary Jones and Rhodri Glyn Thomas.
Mr Duncan Smith was decisively elected leader by one member one vote, a process that marks the Conservatives out as the most democratic political party in Britain.
Labour HQ tried to find a credible candidate to take him on for the nomination, then went back on promises that the candidate would be chosen by one member one vote.