With the leaders debates now over, one result is clear: Elizabeth May, as leader of the Green Party, should have been a debater.
Why? Not just to include a woman among all the men, although, as a former human-rights commissioner, I find that an acceptable reason. It’s just not the only reason, because there are at least three others that made her exclusion a national injustice.
Read the whole Globe and Mail article by former Parliamentarian and former Human-Rights Commissioner Reginald Stackhouse.
|— Charlie Halpern-Hamu on 2011 Apr 20|
in Elections, Participatory democracy