The commission, which spent most of 2012 working on proposals that set out how politicians will be elected and the make-up of the parliament, are expected to explain them and publish their final report. A day before, on January 10, the report is scheduled to be presented to the States committee responsible.
Proposed changes include a reduction to 42 States members from the current 50, a change to six super constituencies, four-year terms and the possible removal of senators and constables from the assembly.
The report will also include a proposed timetable for the next stages of the reform process.
The commission said it would also be issuing a summary leaflet of its final proposals that will be distributed to every household in the island.
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