Monday, May 22, 2017
As much as we praise the ideal of local democracy, and resent the intrusion of party officials in what should be a local democratic process, there are times when the intervention of senior party officials is not only desirable, but also mandatory.
Our electoral system can be improved. But rather than indulging the fallacies of tradition or novelty, we need to understand what Canadians really want out of the electoral process.
There's no popular wave of support, but the chattering classes are at it with a dog that won't hunt, electoral reform. Get over it.
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