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The Handbook on Constituent Relations and Representation is written to help the work of the DPD members in their activities inside the House and in their constituencies. The book illustrates the importance of building relations with constituents and provides information about how to build an effective communication strategy. The book provides ideas on how to best follow-up the input from constituents. Furthermore, the book also provides information on the advantages a constituent office, which maximises the performance of members. Further, the book describes the support from various House bodies in supporting the constituent relations of members.

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