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e-Book Democratic Rights and Electoral Reform in Canada: (Research Studies, V. 10) download

e-Book Democratic Rights and Electoral Reform in Canada: (Research Studies, V. 10) download

by Michael Cassidy

ISBN: 1550021060
ISBN13: 978-1550021066
Language: English
Publisher: Dundurn (June 1, 1991)
Pages: 558
Category: Politics and Government
Subategory: Sociology

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Jennifer Smith’s study of voting rights favours the dignity of the vote over the uncritical advocacy of rights.

Jennifer Smith’s study of voting rights favours the dignity of the vote over the uncritical advocacy of rights. Conversely, Pierre Landreville and Lucie Lemonde argue for the right of prisoners to vote on the grounds of philosophy, social science and criminology.

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The House of Commons Special Committee on Electoral Reform (ERRE) (French: Comité spécial sur la réforme électorale) was a special committee of the House of Commons of Canada established during the 42nd Canadian Parliament to investigate reforms to . .

The House of Commons Special Committee on Electoral Reform (ERRE) (French: Comité spécial sur la réforme électorale) was a special committee of the House of Commons of Canada established during the 42nd Canadian Parliament to investigate reforms to the Canadian electoral system. reforms" was an election promise by Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau in the 2015 federal election.

Electoral Reform in Canada. Chapter · May 2008 with 4 Reads. In book: To Keep or To Change First Past The Post?, p. 12-138. DOI: 1. 093/acprof:oso/9780199539390. Cite this publication. This framework asks what keeps the electoral system stable over time. The article investigates what stops reform, rather than why there is a desire to reform.

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Report of the Special Committee on Electoral Reform.

Report of the Special Committee on Electoral Reform. 11 As well, the Minister of Democratic Institutions and the Parliamentary Secretary for Democratic Institutions conducted a separate cross-country tour on electoral reform during the summer of 2016. Specifically, the Committee heard testimony about the history of electoral reform and the use of different electoral systems in certain Canadian provinces. As well, a number of experts offered analysis of the constitutionality and legal framework of electoral reform, including mandatory voting and online voting.

disenfranchisement is confined to a tiny elite.

Electoral systems are the central political institution in representative . The Politics of Electoral Systems. Michael Gallagher and Paul Mitchell.

Electoral systems are the central political institution in representative democracies. They also affect the behaviour of political parties, individual MPs, and candidates. Thus, the book includes detailed studies of the operation of electoral systems in 22 countries. Third, it studies the ‘politics of electoral systems’. It treats each country’s electoral system as, potentially at least, constituting a political issue in its own right. Electoral systems are the central political institution in representative democracies.

Their assessments not only improved the quality of our published studies, but also provided us with much-needed advice on many issues.

The studies in this volume present different views on issues that have caused Charter-based court challenges and provoked public concern about the integrity of the electoral system.

Jennifer Smith’s study of voting rights favours the dignity of the vote over the uncritical advocacy of rights. Conversely, Pierre Landreville and Lucie Lemonde argue for the right of prisoners to vote on the grounds of philosophy, social science and criminology. Yves Denoncourt suggests that current legal tests of mental competence could be used to determine whether persons with mental disorders can vote.

Patrice Garant argues, based on Charter principles and Quebec’s experience, for the right of public servants to participate in elections, while Kenneth Kernaghan cautions Canada to preserve a politically neutral public service.

Peter McCormick favourably considers the recall of elected officials, while David MacDonald evaluates the use of referendums and concludes that they should not be held in conjunction with general elections.

John Courtney and David Smith examine the problems of voter registration. Cécile Boucher deals with the myth of widespread fraud in suggesting how election law could be administered without recourse to the courts.

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ISBN13: 978-0313299483
language: English
Subcategory: Humanities
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language: English
Subcategory: Social Sciences
e-Book Digital State at the  Leading Edge (IPAC Series in Public Management and Governance) download

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by Sandford Borins,Kenneth Kernaghan,David Brown,Nick Bontis,Perri 6,Fred Thompson
ISBN: 0802091180
ISBN13: 978-0802091185
language: English
Subcategory: Politics and Government
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Subcategory: Politics and Government
e-Book A Charter of Fundamental Rights download

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by Kim Feus,Dr. Martyn Bond
ISBN: 1903403049
ISBN13: 978-1903403044
language: English
Subcategory: Politics and Government