The Electoral Reform Society has backed Women 50:50's call for a law to ensure gender balance in Scottish politics. Women make up just 36% of MSPs and 29% of local councillors - is it time to introduce a law to change that? What do you think? If 50% of voters are female, should it be the same for their representatives? Or should politicians be chosen on merit alone? Don't forget to leave a comment to explain your answer.
Should it be law that half our politicians are women?