Tag: Canada

Parliamentary Systems Allow Individual Talent to Shine Whilst Minimising Personal Egotism

Of the many myths told about parliamentary governance, one of the most odd is that somehow parliamentary systems are biased against supremely talented individuals who would otherwise rise more rapidly in a literally individual based (rather than party based/manifesto based) presidential system. This argument is flawed for a number of […]

Ottawa Defies Canadian Court Which Has Stated That The Deadline to Free Meng Wanzhou Has Passed

In December of last year, political prisoner Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of the Chinese tech company Huawei appeared before a Canadian court where she was granted bail after US authorities indicated that they seek her extradition due to politicised allegations regarding her company’s supposed trade with Iran (something which in any […]