But Tom Flanagan says if the per-vote subsidies were eliminated without any replacement, it might force some consolidation among the Liberals, Greens and NDP, but it wouldn’t lead to a two-party system.
PARLIAMENT HILL—Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s plan to scrap the $2-a-vote subsidy for qualifying federal parties would lead to a “two-party” state leaving the smaller parties out of the action, says one of Canada’s leading pollsters and political experts.
By Schneider Electric’s Secure Power Division - Canada
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