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reform act

The ex-cabinet minister raised the issue in the House of Commons.
"My view is that the Senate needs to do its job."
OTTAWA — Conservative MP Michael Chong’s watered-down bill — originally introduced to to re-empower members of Parliament
OTTAWA — Opposition parties and some Conservative members may decry the government’s methods of curtailing debate and whipping
The Act to Amend the Canada Elections Act and the Parliament of Canada Act (Reforms), already dubbed "The Reform Act," was
2012-04-27-mediabitesreal.jpg A great many pundits don't seem to have any problem in theory with Chong's enormously regressive idea that a small group of MPs should have the right to unilaterally depose a party leader democratically-elected by thousands of party members (or a prime minister elected by millions).
OTTAWA — The minister of democratic reform suggested Tuesday he sees no need for a Conservative backbencher's bill that proposes