Last panel of the week. The most exciting discussion to date!
Dennis Pilon, professor at York University, Jonathan Rose, a Queen’s University political scientist, and Maryantonett Flumian, president of the Institute on Governance.
Click on image to watch the meeting recorded on CPAC
Read the Transcript (‘Evidence’) of ERRE-12 (July 28, 2016, 8:37 a.m. - 12:24 p.m. (EDT)): http://bit.ly/2bl8U5W
From tweets: "Best panel yet!", "Exciting discussion...!", "Pilon is knocking it out of the park...!", "#ERRE Meeting number 12 today was, IMHO, the most lively and interesting: worth saving & re-watching..."
More on credentials of witnesses from CPAC site:
Pilon, who teaches at York University, wrote in February that Parliament was empowered to change the electoral process without a constitutional amendment. He has written extensively on Canada’s voting system and worked with Fair Vote Canada on proportional representation.
Rose, a Queen’s University political scientist, served as academic director of the Ontario Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform in 2006-07. He has called for a similar body to examine federal reform.
Flumian is president of the Institute on Governance.
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