How Voters are Represented

Updated: December 2014
The top row shows a crowd of people (including a man using crutches) waiting to cast their vote. A woman is casting a vote. An arrow shows her vote translates to the bottom row, a crowd of Provinicial Deputies (including a woman using crutches) voting.

A series of public service announcements from the Democratic Republic of the Congo includes an explanation of how votes at national elections are translated into indirect votes for senators and governors.