A report is to be published later that's likely to recommend increasing the number of Assembly Members and allowing sixteen and seventeen year olds to vote in Welsh elections.
The report comes from a group of independent academics who were asked by the Presiding Officer Elin Jones to study international evidence and offer advice on three main areas:
the number of Members the Assembly needs
the most suitable electoral system used to elect them
the minimum voting age for Assembly elections
It's not yet known what the Expert Panel on Assembly Electoral Reform will recommend regarding the number of AMs needed but in a lecture to Cardiff University last week Elin Jones gave a strong indication that she's already convinced by the arguments.
Among the countries of the EU, the average size of lower chambers of parliaments is 267 members.
There's considerable cross-party support in private for the principle of increasing the numbers of Assembly members but no party has been prepared to call for that publicly.
The Expert Panel will also recommend changes to the voting system to make it fairer and more efficient and ways of improving gender diversity.
It'll publish its report: 'A Parliament That Works For Wales' later this morning.