Three Elements of Institutional Reform in Canada Introduction Much publication in Political Science has addressed the need for institutional reform in Canada towards improved political processes, decision-making and overall governance. To date, political actors have managed to work amidst unsatisfactory institutions, as in crises, but proponents of institutional change stress a changed population, different governmental tasks, and greater general complexity that may demand senate reform, an end to the tradition of party discipline, and a proportional electoral system, as eventual necessities. The importance of institutional imperfections is said to lie in citizens that feel dissociated from federal politics in a malaise whose origins are...The end:
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