My previous post looked at the constitutional amendmentswe’ll consider at the 2012 Liberal biennial, which involve changes to theparty’s structure and internal operations. Today I look at the policyresolutions we’ll debate. These if adopted will, in theory, come to represent the official policyof the party, representing things we’ll try to achieve in government and, whilein opposition, push the government to do.
Looking back on my three days in Ottawa for the 2012 Liberal Party of Canada biennial convention it’s impossible to craft one clear narrative – did delegates embrace bold change or put their faith in the status quo – because the evi... Read Post
Over the last few days I’ve dissected the 36 proposed amendments to the Liberal constitution that delegates will consider a thebiennial in Ottawa, and I’ve taken a look at 10 of the more semi-interestingpolicy resolutions on the age... Read Post
Earlier this evening, I visited the Green Party of Canada’s website to find out if results had been posted for the membership “Bonser Ballot” voting on policy, directive and constitutional motions. Before every Biennial General Meet... Read Post