Majority voting

In majority voting, you have as many votes as there are members to be elected. In contrast to proportional representation, however, you vote without being bound to the proposed candidates and without the right to cumulate. On the ballot paper you can either distribute your votes to the persons listed or you can also decide to enter other eligible persons on the ballot paper. In combination, however, you may not allocate more than 13 votes to persons already listed or registered by you.