For the record I'm still undecided on MMP, though I'm leaning reluctantly towards it at the moment.
I'm not a fan of FPTP either, but I do have reservations about whether the many cons of MMP are outweighed by the pros, whether moving from one imperfect system to another imperfect system is really the way to go, and whether further reform would be better served by acceptance or rejection of MMP.
But anyway, while I mull it over I’m doing lots of reading, and Liberals for MMP pointed the way to a rather interesting article at Macleans.ca on the
hotelier Dick Langridge went further. "Labour can no longer govern without the support of the Maori Party and the Greens," he told the Herald. "MMP was designed in Auckland to stop the Nazis regaining power and has denied governments having real power ever since." Germany
Now there’s a reason for me to get behind MMP: to fight the Nazis! I, for one, don’t want to see any goose-stepping up