P.E.I. case shows referendums not ‘decisive tool’ to gauge opinion on electoral reform: Cullen

Conservative MP Scott Reid says the P.E.I. plebiscite results undermine the PM's argument.

NDP electoral reform critic Nathan Cullen hailed the results of a referendum on voting systems in P.E.I. last week as 'historic,' though pointed to a subsequent debate about turnout as evidence that these sorts of votes can be skewed to advance competing narratives. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade


PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 12:00 AM

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