Quoting Joanna Lavoie, writing in InsideToronto.com, quoting Adriana at the all-candidates meeting:
However, a number of hot-button issues did come up during the debate, notably the alleged robo-calls scandal, the questionable automated calls during the May 2011 election, and how to restore voter confidence in light of it.
Green Party candidate Adriana Mugnatto-Hamu said her party’s leader Elizabeth May is the only parliamentarian to open her budget to the public.
“I’d like to see more transparency across the board,” she said of the scandal, which she called “a serious, criminal act.”
Further, she pointed to the Greens’ support for proportional representation, adding if implemented, the robo-call scheme wouldn’t have been as effective as a much smaller percentage of the voting population would have been impacted.
|— Charlie Halpern-Hamu on 2012 Mar 2|
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