Fair Vote Canada – The Cause of Electoral Reform in the 21st Century Introduction Fair Vote Canada (FVC) is a nonprofit organization established in 2000 in response to concerned citizens’ awareness of low representation and proportionality in Canada’s electoral system. The ‘first past the post’ winner system received with British-modeled democracy is said to now be irrelevant by a non-partisan organization that aims to educate the public on how Canada’s electoral system can be improved while raising understanding of why election outcomes have disappointed various voters. Fair Vote Canada does not endorse a particular electoral system but explains alternatives in other countries based on the Westminster democratic model. FVP promotes...The end:
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