Maryam Monsef, the Minister for Democratic Institutions continues to dismiss the idea that a fundamental change to our electoral system must be put to the people because, as she says, “the conversation” we’re going to have isn’t going to be about a “yes” or a “no”.
How many times and how loud do we have to say it to get through to the Liberals? You are welcome to have your “conversation” based on your view that a small percentage of Canadians gave you the go-ahead to explore options for changes to our voting system but that’s a far cry from giving you permission or the authority to proceed with any change without direct input from the people.
Changing how we vote is a constitutional change which requires direct input from the people in the form of a referendum or direct vote in order to have legitimacy.
The Liberals can have their exploratory committees to look into the question but once they have decided on a system that they think will be better, that option must be put to the people for a simple but clear, “yes” or “no” answer.
It seems that the Liberals aren’t very fond of people power despite their claims otherwise. If you agree, go to LetUsVote.ca now. Sign the petition and make sure to share it with others because apparently we need to speak loud and clear in order to be heard.
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