Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Britian's Fastfood Democracy
Prime Minister Brown gave British voters one month to determine the next British government on May 6th.
Should the British PM have the right to determine the election date? Why should his party have an unfair advantage by determining the best date for them to hold an election?
In the interests of democracy and fairness of competition, election dates should be determined by set dates. Moreover, voters should be given adequate time to evaluate the candidates, and the candidates should be given adequate time to campaign. A minimum standard of three months??