"I see no reason to change it." Erie-Lincoln Conservative MPP Tim Hudak said the new system creates a less democratic parliament because it allows for 39 MPPs to be selected by political parties rather than being personally elected by voters. "
Because these MPPs would not be elected by a riding, they would not be accountable to the voters. They would be beholden to the party bosses who appointed them," Hudak said. "I don't think that is a good thing at all.
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Hudak No Fan of MMP
The Progressive Right is congratulating Conservative MPP Tim Hudak on his openness to exploring the issue of electoral reform on his facebook site. But it's all smoke and mirrors. Hudak has already come out publicly against the Mixed Member Proportional proposal in the Niagara Falls Review: