Scott Reid on riding weighting

Scott Reid is the Conservative MP from Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington. Reid is the proponent of the following Conservative constitutional amendment at the policy convention in Winnipeg, MB.

RESOLUTION C-107 (Delegates based on number of EDA members)

Delete the words that are struck through and add the words that are underlined in
Article 7.5 as follows:

7.5 The following shall be entitled to vote as delegates to a national convention:

7.5.1 one delegate elected from each electoral district association for every ten (10)
members of that association (always rounding the number of delegates upward),
to a maximum of ten delegates per association
, an equal number not exceeding
10 from each electoral district association
each of whom shall reside in the
electoral district or who shall have been elected as a director of the electoral
district association at the most recent annual general meeting
, in such number
and
, elected in such manner as determined by National Council which shall
include a requirement that where ten (10) delegates are to be elected at least one
such delegate reflect youth participation, and as an additional delegate the
president of the electoral district association as of a date set by National
Council;

Comments

comments

  • dillon

    Very poorly drafted. But why would anyone want to weaken the weakest ridings . Surely this MP has more important matters to work on.

  • Gabby in QC

    May I make a suggestion?

    When you're interviewing someone, especially in a noisy place with background noise, could you please approach the mike, or whatever you're using, to record the interviewee's voice? Yours comes out crisp and clear, but not so the interviewee's.

  • MikeW

    Scott is my M.P. If I recall correctly a similar motion was defeated at the last policy session several years ago, and it too was supported by Scott and went down to a strong attack led by Peter Mckay.

  • MikeW

    Scott is my M.P. If I recall correctly a similar motion was defeated at the last policy session several years ago, and it too was supported by Scott and went down to a strong attack led by Peter Mckay.