Electoral changes for Welsh Government include new five-year terms
ELECTORAL arrangements for the Welsh Government are set to change, including new five-year terms.
The move was announced by Welsh Secretary David Jones following a consultation.
Three changes were announced. These were the permanent move from four-year terms, an end to the ban on candidates standing in regions and constituencies, but a new ban on AMs standing as MPs simultaneously.
A fourth change to Parliamentary constituencies will not go ahead.
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Mr Jones said: "These changes will allow us to further strengthen the National Assembly for Wales, and the Government will bring forward legislation to effect these changes at the earliest opportunity."