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My Article in the Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law on Electoral Reform


Some of you might be interested; some of you might not.

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Electoral Reform: Quebec Will Hold a Referendum With a Clear Question


Last spring, I wrote about the prospect that the Legault government in Quebec would implement mixed-member proportional representation in time for the next provincial general election scheduled for 2022 in a piece for Policy Options. Recent developments answer this question … Continue reading

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Policy Options and Electoral Reform in Quebec


Some of you might be interested that Policy Options published “Quebec Poised to Adopt Proportional Election System,” an updated version of my piece on why Premier Legault is serious about switching Quebec to mixed-member proportional representation; some of you might not. I … Continue reading

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Justin Trudeau Makes John Pepall’s Case Against Electoral Reform


On 19 October 2016, Le Devoir, the most erudite newspaper in Canada, published a very interesting interview with the Prime Minister, “Trudeau ne garantit plus une reforme electorale majeure.” Trudeau II unwittingly made John Pepall’s case. In his 2010 book … Continue reading

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Does Budget 2016 Acknowledge That Electoral Reform Won’t Happen Before 2019?


  As I noted in my column “Time Has Run Out on Electoral Reform,” it is too late to implement a proportional system like MMP or STV in time for the next scheduled federal general election in 2019.  This is … Continue reading

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