Mr. Speaker, the goals are public but everything the Prime Minister does with them is a secret.
On the subject of electoral reform, in the past two months we have seen a tsunami of editorials across the country calling for a referendum on electoral reform.
The Globe and Mail summarizes this near-unanimity by stating that electoral reform would be “...the biggest ever change in Canadian democracy. It will change how members of Parliament are elected, how governments are formed and who forms them....”
The Globe's conclusion was categorical: “When it comes to a change this big and this fundamental to our democracy, the only people qualified to decide are the people themselves. This has to go to a referendum.”
Is not The Globe and Mail right?