How prorogation may be leading to coalition governments
The new practice of political prorogation, therefore, may lead to increased receptivity to coalition governments. Much of the democratic world has them, but Canada has been a laggard on this score. Catch-up may be coming.
He’s got the power: PM Stephen Harper, pictured recently in Ottawa. Photograph by Jake Wright, The Hill Times
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