Minority government

Dear Editor,

Political observers indicate that we will soon be entering into a federal election season. Here’s one way in which Canada has a governmental structural advantage over the United States, multi-party campaigns and the possibility of a functioning minority government. It’s difficult — and I hope, impossible for one party to gain dictatorial advantage, when there are several parties in play. Although only two parties have been in power, the other parties have some say, especially when the balance is near to a three-way, or more split. 

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