Questions about the Reform Act via Paul Wells
OTTAWA – A Conservative MP is set to introduce a bill that would give party caucuses significant powers — including the ability to vote out their leader.
Michael Chong has
‘A unified caucus is not dependent on a unity of opinion’
Lowell Murray has some thoughts on fixing Parliament
Reforms meant to bring democracy haven’t worked. Will new elections be any different?
Dinner receipts and per diems, but how about larger matters of governance?
Elizabeth May explains her proposal
The Green MP seeks to amend the Elections Act
Bert Brown fears what abolishment would bring
NDP MP Kennedy Stewart has tabled a motion to study opening up the House to online petitions, including the possibility of a mechanism whereby those petitions could trigger debates.
He’s just an MP with a blog
A Conservative MP considers House reform
The Liberal leadership candidate promises fewer free votes than the Conservatives did in 2006
Never mind civility, first free the backbench MP
The government moves to limit debate
Andrew Young objects to the idea of a one-time pact to reform the electoral system on different grounds.
I can think of nothing worse than changing the rules of a
The NDP tries to improve decorum