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Most members of Parliament will never have a better job than the one they have now, and you can count on them to pursue whatever course of action allows them to keep it. It is a simple and brutal system. The government is formed by whomever can command the support of a majority of MPs. Every MP who does not support the prime minister plots to bring about his downfall.

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The wretches in the gallery report to Canadians, who decide how to vote in the next election. But increasingly, the pursuit of self-interest on the part of individual MPs has led them to act more in the interest of their party and less in the interest of their constituents. These days, elections are decided by those who pause briefly once every four years to vote based on a fleeting impression of the leaders gleaned from TV. Under the influence of American media, Canadians behave as if we have a presidential system, and MPs have come to behave as though their primary function is as servants of the leader, who, unlike them, is known to voters through television appearances.

Stephen Harper has been able to intensify that level of control because he is quick to expel malcontents, and his MPs know he is solely responsible for the existence and success of their party. If an MP angers the prime minister, he can stand in the way of pet projects, refuse to send Sen. Michael Chong, the Ontario Conservative MP for Wellington-Halton Hills, last week tabled a bill that would take that authority away from leaders, and also make it possible for MPs to trigger a leadership review.

That would mean anti-abortion candidates and cranks would sometimes win nominations, and leaders would have to find ways to explain that to voters.


InProgressive Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield was the first to refuse to the papers of a candidate — anti-bilingualism crusader Leonard Jones — alling firmly that the PCs would stay in the centre. In Alberta last year, Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith failed to fire redneck candidates, which seems to have cost her the election. But other Westminster systems — Australia, New Zealand and Britain — manage to run elections without giving leaders that power, and they manage to dump leaders in parliamentary caucus votes, as Australian Labor MPs recently did.

Our committee system, which should be where the details of our democracy are hammered out, is now all but ceremonial, with every government bill passed without opposition amendment. The process of reviewing the financial estimates is a hollow charade. The only meaningful debate happens behind closed doors, in government caucus meetings, where more than half of MPs are getting stipends controlled by the boss. This has all got worse under this government, but the process started long ago and will continue under the next prime minister.

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