chapter  XXXII
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CONSIDERATION OF SOME RELATED PROBLEMS

I. The conditions under which the normal duration of Parliament should be lessened. This is the problem of dissolution. It invites a number of possible solutions, (a) that the right of dissolution should be committed to the Monarch or his representative; (b) that the right of dissolution should be subjected to the consent of Parliament itself; (c) that the right should be vested in the electorate itself by adopting some appropriate method of recalling all sitting members.