Canada has the same plurality voting as well. For its early history, only two parties were proffered: the Liberals and Conservatives. Then in the 1930s, a new party came into being, the socialist CCF, which eventually became the NDP. Canada has not gone back to the two-party system even though that should be a natural outcome of the Westminster system. Canada’s current Parliament has elected members from five different political parties. And I can’t explain it.

I’m not sure exactly what your solution is. But my take on your last post is that anyone aspiring to be elected in your system will still need a lot of money to be elected or belong to some party with an election machine. That does not solve very much in my opinion.

Dave Volek is the inventor of “Tiered Democratic Governance”. Let’s get rid of all political parties! Visit

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