Partisanship has 'poisoned' Parliament and House committees

There are 2 comments on the Jun 14, 2010, The Hill Times story titled Partisanship has 'poisoned' Parliament and House committees. In it, The Hill Times reports that:

In his recently-released book, Power: Where Is It? , University of Moncton professor Donald Savoie writes that Parliament today is "no longer able to perform its most important function: making the executive steamroller behave and holding it accountable.

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#1 Jun 14, 2010
The Globe and Mail

Parliament stumbling to a close with virtually nothing accomplished

MPs are preparing to head home for the summer, having spent six months locked in furious debate over the vital role Parliament should play in a healthy democracy.

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#2 Jun 14, 2010
10:59 am, Monday, June 14, 2010:
RE:Partisanship has 'poisoned' Parliament and House committees
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RE: Parliament stumbling to a close with virtually nothing accomplished
QUITTNER Toronto, Canada 1 min ago 10:32 am, Monday, June 14, 2010:
The word "PARLIAMENT": It is defined in the constitution as consisting of 3 parts, the king or queen (as represented by the Governor-General), plus the Senate plus the House of Commons. Far too many think that Parliament means House of Commons. Too bad. it doesn't!\

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