Hot Student Stories
top-5-grammar-and-spelling-checkers-to-rock-in-2019

What were the major problems in the British parliamentary system? Check all that apply. Only five percent of the population was able to vote. Only wealthy landowners were able to vote. Only wealthy business owners were able to vote. Large cities were extremely underrepresented. Large and small cities had equal representation.

Theresa Perry

in Social studies

follow
followin
1 answer
27 views

1 answer


Donald Ward on September 5, 2018

The answer is: Only five per cent of the population was able to vote. Only the rich landowners could vote. Large and small cities had equal representation.Due to this situation, most of the laws and regulations created by the parliament, was made for the benefit of the rich and noble, while with a view to the well-being of the poor citizens. The problems only gradually begin to be corrected after the British empire to provide all citizens the opportunity to vote for government representatives that actually support your point of view.


Add you answer