Most MPs don’t know how to define their jobs, say the nomination process is “wild, unpredictable, nasty, unclean and sometimes corrupt,” they need better orientation sessions once they come to Ottawa, are treated like voting machines, and political parties and backroomers have way too much power over them. But they also wouldn’t trade it for the world, say Alison Loat and Michael MacMillan, authors of the recently-released Tragedy in the Commons: Former Members of Parliament Speak Out About Canada’s Failing Democracy.
By Schneider Electric’s Secure Power Division - Canada
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