[Sust-mar] Call to Action: Help the Green Party Debate

Paul A Falvo pfalvo at chebucto.ns.ca
Tue Dec 13 15:21:32 EST 2005

Despite being a national party with widespread public support and a full 
slate of 308 candidates, the Green Party of Canada was excluded from the 
nationally televised leaders' debate in the 2004 election.

Now the broadcast consortium that controls the debate is trying to 
exclude Green Party of Canada leader Jim Harris again during the 
2005/2006 election. This despite the fact that 4.3% of voters voted for 
the Green Party of Canada in 2004 and polls show that literally millions 
of Canadians say they would consider voting green in this election.

The Green Party of Canada must be included in the election debate.

Please join us in making this happen by signing our online petition!

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"Democracy is not the law of the majority but the protection of the 
- Albert Camus 
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