MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, CANADA, September 6, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The None of the Above Direct Democracy Party leader Greg Vezina sent a letter today to the Chief Electoral Officer and Commissioner of Canada Elections asking them to ensure that the Federal Debate Commission facilitate fund a debate for party leaders not allowed in main leaders debates October 7 and 10, 2019.
The NOTA Party leader requested that the Debate Commission obey the Supreme Court of Canada ordered Charter of Rights S. 2 and S. 3 rights of all accredited party leaders and candidates to the use of public property for partisan purposes, and that the rights of voters to cast an informed vote also be protected.
“Democracy Eh? In Canada new and smaller party leaders are kept out of debates and local candidates are threatened with arrest for daring to ask to be heard at public candidate debates.”
— Greg Vezina, leader, None of the Above Direct Democracy Party
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“Stéphane Perrault Chief Electoral Officer of Canada email: email@example.com Yves Côté, Q.C. Commissioner of Canada Elections email: firstname.lastname@example.org 30 Victoria Street Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0M6 Dear Mr. Perrault and Mr. Côté: I am writing to both of you about the issue of Leaders’ and Candidates debates. I am asking you both to intervene to ensure that voters get to see …
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