Canadian Electoral Reform Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Canadian Electoral Reform
A look at Canadian electoral reform.
# 139721 | 3,000 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Canadian Studies (Government and Government Policy)

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This paper examines the Canadian public's general opposition to electoral as opposed to other British descended democracies. According to the paper, activists have pointed out the disproportional results of federal elections under the existing system. the paper concludes that the average Canadian voter is not concerned, tends to focus more on the local MP, however elected, and notes how provincial electorates have actively opposed electoral reform.

From the Paper:

"Canadians often complain that elected members of Parliament do not adhere to what they have promised in the course of campaigns that has drawn voter support. This paper refers to proposed reforms that might ensure better MP accountability and consistency in Canada, noting similar concerns and instruments suggested or adopted in other democratic systems. Whereas organizations such as Fair Vote Canada seek institutional and procedural reform of the electoral process in Canada, many constituents seem to accept the imperfections of existing proportional representation. For..."

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