Parti Pirate du Canada Législation fondée sur les preuves

Commitment to Local Representation

Canadians’ trust in government remains at an all-time low. Part of the problem is a sense that MPs are unable to represent their constituents well due to over-bearing party discipline. Canadians want MPs who are able to represent them fully.

The Pirate Party recognizes that party candidates and MPs may not agree on every issue and that parties are at their heart a collection of like-minded equals. As such the party will avoid the use of whipped votes in Parliament. Instead opting to seek caucus consensus through debate and discussion. The party will for each vote state a recommended way of voting but will not hold its members to it.

The following policies have been approved by the Political Council and will be sent to the membership to be voted on:

-The party will avoid the use of whipped votes in Parliament. Instead opting to seek caucus consensus through debate and discussion.

 

-The party will for each vote state a recommended way of voting but will not hold its members to it.

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