I see that my ideas on both prorogation and the constitutional relationship between the First Minister and Governor have taken hold in a wider academic audience, as Dr. Radha Persaud has shown in his column, “Prorogation: A Matter of Restraint.”
I could almost have written it myself.
- Crown (Powers) — Prorogation
- The Wrong Way to Limit Prorogation: Why Catherine Fife’s Bill is Unconstitutional
- David Onley Defends Responsible Government
- McGuinty Had Every Right to Prorogue
- In Vogue to Prorogue?
- Prorogation Should Remain a Prime Ministerial Power
- Peter Russell on the Prorogation-Coalition Controversy of 2008
- Prorogation as a Prime Ministerial Delay Tactic: A Legitimate Parliamentary Tool, Not “Abuse of Power”
- Neither the Queen Nor the Governor General May Dissolve Parliament Unilaterally