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People elected to Parliament by the electorate in the general election who are accountable to the citizens who have voted for them.


I cant conclude it.

Electorate responsibles for counting vote made by the citizens?

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It sounds like a definition of Members of Parliament (MPs)


Here is a simplified definition.

MPs are people who are elected to Parliament by citizens in a general election.

MPs are accountable to the citizens of the country.


The word 'accountable' is nothing to do with the verb 'count'.

MPs are accountable to the citizens means that the citizens have to approve of what the MPs do. If the citizens don;t approve, then the MPs will lose the next general election.

Clive


Electorate responsibles for counting vote made by the citizens?

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Please link your source.

This is a noun phrase.

It describes members of parliament. = People elected to Parliament

by the electorate = the people in the overall population who are eligible to vote.

in the general election = a regularly scheduled election (not a special election)

who are accountable to the citizens = who represent the interests of the citizens when they do their business in Parliament

who have voted for them. = This suggests that they only fight for the interests of their supporters, not everyone in the country.

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Does cross-posted mean 'angry-posted'?

Anyway, it is from the learning platform "Seneca" - A-level Political Studies.


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mosjaDoes cross-posted mean 'angry-posted'?

No. It means that during the time I was working on an answer, someone else posted an answer. "Cross-posted" means "posted at the same time, without having read the other answer."