Reforming Electoral Democracy: Without special title
Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing, 1991 - Elections - 4 pages
This document discusses the objectives of electoral democracy, the democratic rights of voters, access to elected office, equality and efficacy of the vote, political parties as primary political organizations, fairness in the electoral process, and strengthening public confidence in the integrity of the electoral process. It also addresses the registration of voters, the voting process, administering the vote, a register of voters, aboriginal constituencies, applying the regulatory framework for election expenses and the reporting of political finance, communication issues, election law enforcement, and direct democracy in the electoral process.
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THE DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS OF VOTERS
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1988 federal election Aboriginal constituencies Aboriginal voters advertising Alberta allocation British Columbia broadcasting Canada Elections Act Canada Elections Commission Canadian candidacy candidate selection candidates and parties cent chief electoral officer citizens committee community of interest constituency associations debates effective elec election campaigns election expenses Elections Canada electoral law electoral process electoral quotient ensure EQUALITY AND EFFICACY ethno-cultural fairness federal election franchise groups House of Commons individuals issue leadership contestants legislation Liberal Party Manitoba Members of Parliament membership national party number of voters Ontario parliamentary participation parties and candidates PARTIES AS PRIMARY party leaders party's political contributions political parties polls population PRIMARY POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS Progressive Conservative Party provinces Quebec recommend REFORMING ELECTORAL DEMOCRACY registered parties reimbursement representation represented responsible right to vote Saskatchewan Source spending limits Table tax credit television tion turnout visible minorities women