I think having the executive constituted from the legislative, as it is, precludes any movement away from partisan parliamentarianism.
The American system is better in that sense, but reverts to bipartisanship due to other failure points.
That's only going to make it worst.
As it stands, rural areas have more weight per vote. Ridings aren't all equal.
Proportional representation would give pretty much ALL the power to the metropolitan areas.
But what does the FEDERAL government have to do with it? Take it up with your province, I say.
@Halifax Tar We usually agree on a lot of things, so I'm curious as to how you don't see the equivalence in Trump/Russia and Trudeau/China. Even if Dems did play up the collusion aspect...
I never heard anyone say either of these guys were divisive or polarizing. In fact, people said the exact opposite of ''bland, milquetoast'' Scheer. O'Toole, anyone would have a beer with.
So when you then go on to say:
I can't hide that I'm quite baffled.
Though you may disagree with...
I meant it generally. Not yours particularly. And I never said it was ''the only limit''. I was in fact pretty deliberate and concise in my choice of words, so I am rather perplexed here.
It does actually. Those sections could be entirely abrogated by constitutional amendment. I'm not...
Not sure if you're just being rhetorical or genuinely curious, so I'll only start with this for now:
The only limit is your creativity and the balance of interests. The constitution is not eternal. We can do whatever we (collectively) want.
Agreed. Typically the officer of a non-operational ship will be titled OIC.
It's a great XO posting for an NWO as you still pretty much get all the experience of an XO, minus having to be away from your family. And, having a LogO/MSEO take up OIC ensures an NWO's command isn't ''wasted'' alongside.