Re: âElectoral reform plebiscite results anything but clearâ (The Hill Times, Nov. 9, p. 8). It seems that when a referendum on electoral reform secures less than 50 per cent or even 60 per cent of the vote, that referendum is considered to have âfailedâ by opponents of electoral reform. But now, with 52 per cent of the vote for proportional representation in Prince Edward Island, you consider the result to be âanything but clear.â This sort of
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