User talk:Mrjimbob

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Crocoite Talk 13:53, 26 June 2007 (EDT)


Prime Minister must hold a seat, yes, but the sentence you edited states that the PM doesn't have to win a seat - which is true. If the PM lost his/her riding, an MP in his/her party, who won the riding, will give up the seat for the PM. In this case the PM didn't win a seat. ATang 13:24, 23 August 2007 (EDT)

Hi ATang! Surely in that instance, the electoral district in which the MP stood down would have a by-election, in which the (would-be) Prime Minster would have to stand? Or in Canada do they elect parties, rather then people to electoral districts? I'm not an expert in Canadian politics, but in the parliamentary system that sentence just doesn't make sense. How can someone sit in a legislature to which they haven't been elected? Mrjimbob 10:03, 25 August 2007 (EDT)