SOME THOUGHTS - D R A F T
The relevant Executive Order - -
EXECUTIVE ORDER No: 023-2012 Date: ................. 2012
ELECTIONS:Any man or woman who has committed himself or herself in writing to act in any specific way or in the interests of any business, political or special interest group, or does accept donations of any kind to assist in being elected as a representative for any electoral district or section of the people of Canada is automatically disqualified for life from standing for or holding any government office. The President or his Cabinet may make exceptions to this rule for worthy individuals standing in the forthcoming free elections of 2012, if they had been compelled to sign terms of agreement against their will and conscience. The election process, including equipment and results, shall not be controlled nor administered by any foreign company or individual. Any sovereign citizen of Canada wishing to represent the people for any electoral district shall be entitled to free airtime on radio and or TV in his or her local area and to advertise free of charge or for a sum to be agreed upon in an appropriate local newspaper. Further conditions to be published in due course.This will not be as difficult as it sounds as in the future people will be known for their honesty and spirituality. As all potential candidates were obliged to make written commitments in the past, unless independent, this may be taken into consideration in relaxing this rule for some individuals. .The public shall be advised of the unsuitability of politicians to represent them in Parliament on account of their treasonous agreements to act according to instructions from political parties rather then their constituents, and to select individuals who have the best interests of Canada as a whole at heart.
We tend to be so blinded by tradition that we cannot see the wood for the trees. Change can be so stressful that contemplation of change is enough to create opposition to any deviance from the status quo. Consider for a moment why we in Canada have representatives of the people who represent them at provincial government level, but a different set of elected men and women representing them at federal government level. Why should there be a difference? [This applies in other countries too.] Part of the problem of course is the political arena which has been devised and set up back in Westminster to delay and frustrate the people in getting decisions made which would be of benefit to all. A visitor to this planet would probably be puzzled by there being a 'government' and an 'opposition' to government leading a country. Then there is a further control by those who 'lord' over us - the House of Lords, or Senate, who may not agree to allow what the 'plebs' (common people) desire. It is all part of the Illuminati control process. It should be "Senators" only in future, as in Roman times. With the Illuminati gone, the Truth will come spilling out, and one can take a fresh look at leadership - Stewardship with Divine Guidance - see Main Page There should be great savings achieved, and efficiency increased, if the representatives elected to the Federal Government were the same individuals elected to governments of the Provinces or Territories. There is no valid reason why there should be TWO sets of individuals, except to meet the aims of political parties, which is not in the best interest of the Canadian people. As we are now acting in uniform on behalf of the Canadian people, there will be no 'opposition' to decisions made at 'government' level, saving a very considerable amount of time, therefore finding time to attend at both federal and provincial levels should pose no problem. A schedule could be published to enable representatives (the new Senators) arrange their work: such as one week in Ottawa, one week at their provincial seat, and two weeks with their home constituency. They will serve Canada in the first place but also bear in mind the specific needs of their constituents. As all Canadians are now treated on an equal footing, enjoying equal abundance, there will be less difference between the needs of any province and that of Canada taken as a whole. The simplest solution would be for provinces and territories to elect representatives on a given date, who would then automatically also sit in Parliament as the new Senators. However the reverse might give better control over salaries nationwide - senators would be elected who would then also serve their provincial electoral district and receive no extra provincial salary, reducing provincial costs. As living conditions vary from one area of Canada to the other, there might be variance in the salaries of representatives decided at provincial level, with an automatically set additional allowance for attendance in Ottawa. The number of seats would depend solely upon the population of an electoral district. A fresh census would be undertaken before an election is held. The election of the President would be a separate vote by the people of Canada nation-wide. The same electoral system would be used nationwide and would consist of a registration card issued at the home electoral district, with photo ID, verifying status as a Canadian citizen, with electronic information on constituency residence, and which could be used at any polling station nationwide. This would be used until the energy footprint of an individual would be adequate identification for travel throughout the whole galaxy. Our space visitors have no need to carry ID cards at the moment! Voters would have Canadian citizenship, whether resident at home or abroad, with voting age reduced to 16. in view of the increased intelligence and understanding of the 'new children' at an early age. There would be no upper or lower age limit for a senator. Citizenship would be the sole determining factor.
REPRESENTATION in the HOUSE OF COMMONS
(new SENATE) Present status, plus adjusted for just 200 seats (reduced population)
Based strictly upon population, with minimum of 1 representative for each Territory
Based on information from Wikipedia
Province/Territory Population Seats Current Overall 1 British Columbia 4,113 26 28 -2 2 Alberta 3,209 21 21 0 3 Saskatchewan 1,148 7 14 -7 4 Manitoba 968 6 14 -8 5 Ontario 12.160 75 * 95 -20 6 Quebec 7.546 48 75 -27 7 Nova Scotia 913 6 11 -5 8 Newfoundland & Labrador 505 3 7 -4 9 New Brunswick 730 5 10 -5 10 Prince Edward Island 113 1 4 -3 11 North West Territories 41 1 4 -3 12 Yukon 30 1 1 0 13 Nunavut 30 1 1 0 2006 Census 31,587 200 282 -82 SEATS 200 * - population in '000s Electoral Quotient 158 * - reduced by 2 seats
The current SENATE Building
Centre Block, Parliament Hill, Ottawa
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senate_of_CanadaThe House of Commons seats up to 374 (338 members at present), With a 30% reduction in population anticipated, seats needed would be reduced to 200, or 160 if representation was population-based on a 1;200,000 basis. A new section might be introduced to accommodate interpreters/translators. Members of the government sit on the benches on the speaker's right, while members of the opposition occupy the benches on the speaker's left. This of course will no longer apply.
The Senate at present uses RED to indicate royalty, with the Commons being in GREEN.
Furniture needs to be upgraded, computers installed and connected to a main database to provide effective, internal and external electronic communications.
The HOUSE OF COMMONS
(to be renamed "The SENATE")
12. Bar (of the House). A brass barrier inside the south entrance of the Chamber marking off the area where non-Members may be admitted. It is here that witnesses must appear when formally summoned.(These entries in maroon no longer valid)
2. Page. A first year student from one of the national capital region universities
3. Cabinet Minister.
4. Opposition Party.
5. Prime Minister.
6. Leader of the Official Opposition.
7. Leader of the second largest party in opposition.
8. Clerk and Table Officers.
14. (accredited) Press Gallery.
15. Public Galleries
16. TV cameras
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