Re: “Harper’s plan to scrap per-vote subsidies to political parties would create a two-party state, says Nanos,” (The Hill Times online, Feb. 7). The article suggested that the elimination of the quarterly allowances paid to Canadian political parties would lead to a two-party system. The reasoning, on the surface, may seem logical but a quick look at historical data and past research suggests it is flawed.
By Schneider Electric’s Secure Power Division - Canada
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