The delimitation of boundaries should be reviewed frequently enough to ensure equal voting rights and account for population movements.
- Electoral boundaries should be regularly reviewed to reflect demographic changes.
- Redistricting should be conducted periodically to ensure that equality among voters is not diminished due to population movements
- In order to guarantee equal voting power, the distribution of seats must be reviewed at least every ten years, preferably outside of election periods.
- As a good practice, the boundaries of electoral constituencies should be examined and reviewed every ten years and, ideally, shortly after the completion of a periodic population census.